What I saw when I chose to focus on artists of color at Under the Radar, COIL, et al.
From shadow puppetry to chamber operas, here are some experimental theatre festivals taking place this month.
Local artists and theatre companies are taking jazz onstage—and taking it beyond Duke Ellington, Satchmo, and Coltrane.
The New York-based director will make his move to the Windy City to helm American Theater Company.
In a week of showgoing, I enjoyed reconnecting with my performing-arts-presenter peers, but also searched for points of entry for the uninitiated.
Performance installations, dance performances, an “algorithmic concert”—January festivals presented works that defied categorization.
Andrew Schneider’s synesthetic masterwork ‘YOUARENOWHERE’ kicks off another summer of barrier-breaking performance at the Berkshires fest.
This year, dozens of shows in a few weeks pushed boundaries and pointed in invigorating new directions for performance and performers.
Four- to six-hour performances seem to be proliferating at this year’s Under the Radar and COIL festivals. Why do artists—and audiences—want to go long?
As he gears up for another festival January, the downtown impresario weighs in on a busy and changing scene.