Editor Jim O’Quinn shares his thoughts for the July/August issue.
Anne Bogart, Bill T. Jones, and Basil Twist pay tribute to Stravinsky’s boundary-breaking work with experimental, multidisciplinary productions of their own.
The Jon Jory/Jane Martin spirit still infuses America’s most critic-friendly festival.
Anne Bogart and Kristin Linklater debate the current trends in American actor-training.
The dark side of the American experience dominates Jon Jory’s farewell edition of the Humana Festival.
Peering over the edge at the Humana Festival.
Great actors in the full sway of their passions are likely to be more persuasive conduits to the interior of plays than the arbitrary, decorative conceptions of postmodernist directors.