At a space in downtown New York City, the art and technology center pushes at the edges of projection, immersion, and performance.
A busy day in the life of Chicago’s TimeLine production manager.
Quiara Alegria Hudes discusses her new trilogy of plays, “Elliot, A Soldier’s Fugue” (a Pulitzer Prize finalist), “Water By the Spoonful” (a Pulitzer winner) and “The Happiest Song Plays Last”.
When the Polish theatre guru came to teach in Irvine in the 1980s, he turned the group into a new experiment in mystery and discipline.
With Under the Radar, Coil, PROTOTYPE, American Realness, Other Forces, January is festival season in New York City. So snap out of it.
Wendy Smith reviews several new instructional books on stage arts.
Controversial performer get his due after public scorn from the media and U.S. Congress.
Matthew Irwin makes a case for arts journalism in the 21st century.
Global spotlight for January 2014.
Suzan-Lori Parks discusses ‘Porgy and Bess,’ writing and what is under her bed.