In Rio, Curitiba, and São Paulo, theatre spills into the streets as part of an ongoing effort to expand access and expression across Brazil’s socioeconomic and political divides.
In the midst of a growing pandemic, the interconnectivity of the global theatre community can be a source of strength and hope.
U.S. theatre’s relationship with its Japanese colleagues has come a long way since Tadashi Suzuki’s 1978 debut here.
The late TCG staffer and ITI-U.S. director imbued her work with joie de vivre and love.
AT’s own Eliza Bent travelled to Poland to discover how more and more women are running theatre their way.
Activist watchdogs offer support to artists while sorting out fact from rumor, propaganda and the netherworld between.
The International Theatre Institute continues its fight for the theatre of tomorrow.
Cross-cultural exchange doesn’t just happen at international festivals.
Will funds be re-channeled for cultural purposes? Plus: A new tax plan could hit nonprofits hard.