For MENA-identifying theatres in the U.S., the current Israel-Hamas war makes the work of lifting Palestinian and Arab voices all the more urgent.
When a painter and a performance artist work with theatres, all parties learn lessons about experience, engagement, and ecstasy.
A Lebanese theatremaker putting down roots in San Francisco, Assaf brings to her new job a global perspective and an open door.
Assaf succeeds founding artistic director Torange Yeghiazarian, leading the 25-year-old company into its next chapter.
A celebration of Arab American Heritage Month, from Khalil Gibran to the opening of Leila Buck’s ‘Hkeelee (Talk to Me).’
The National Alliance for Middle Eastern and North African Theater Makers will amplify the voices of MENA artists in the American theatre.
We asked leaders at some of the nation’s small theatre companies which shows, both large and small, they were most looking forward to in the coming season.
A Block Party on the eve of the TCG National Conference showcased Miami’s wildly diverse arts and the people who make them.
The lineup will include a U.S. debut, a world premiere, a short play festival, and an International Women’s Day homage.
The festival of short plays features works by seven playwrights from a variety of Middle Eastern backgrounds.