The arts incubator moves its main event to Morocco this year, aiming to create an Arabic/American playwright exchange.
Creating theatre in Jordan brings a sense of community and closure to refugees from Syria.
At the seventh annual festival of solo work, artists from the Middle East and Asia build on Eastern oral traditions to address present struggles.
Two choreographer/theoreticians, one Egyptian and one Palestinian, negotiate—and draw inspiration from—painful cultural divides.
New York Shakespeare Exchange, having run through the sonnets, expands its sights to the whole distracted globe.
Sholem Asch’s contested Yiddish classic is grist for Vogel and Taichman’s meditative new play-within-a-play.
An educational musical about the science behind water and its connection to Hawaii will tour through the Aloha State.
His newest Broadway effort aims to tap the power of a little-remembered 1921 show that changed the American musical.