Food and homecoming are at the heart of Amir Nazir Zuabi’s one-woman play, as staged near hot stoves in New York and the Bay Area.
An open letter and a bill of rights, in the interest of more stage works representing the full diversity and humanity of Middle Eastern Americans.
The season will include a world premiere play, new play festivals, and works for young audiences.
Adriana Sevahn Nichols, Yussef El Guindi, and Mona Mansour gather at the Lark to talk about what a playwriting fellowship meant to them.
A biennial Bay Area gathering has forged new links among artists identified with the Middle East, North Africa, and Asia.
The Middle Eastern-American–theatre’s 20th anniversary season will include a new play by Yussef El Guindi and a world premiere from Kevin Artigue.
TCG’s 2014 industry report finds theatres in better health since the recession from playing it smart and building support.
Writing a play about ancestors consumed by an atrocity became an unexpected passport to a homecoming.
New ventures in Denver, Detroit, and New York City, a close call for St. Paul’s Penumbra, an Al Hirschfeld exhibit, and more.