At La MaMa last spring, the two directors gathered to talk about actors, audiences, censorship, dislocation, and the haven of the rehearsal room.
The Cherry Arts artistic director talks with leaders at other companies programming works in translation about what a more global approach could mean for the U.S. theatre.
This month a famous cross-dressing performer finds love and success in her farewell tour, 2 new theatres are inaugurated, history is made at the Tony Awards, and an original musical gives voice to one of the first out trans U.S. mayors.
A new revival at La MaMa of the playwright’s opaque verbatim play from 1980 gives a fresh window into her unique formal and thematic ambitions.
On this episode we talk to actor/playwright Daniel K. Isaac about his epic new play ‘Once Upon a (Korean) Time’ and about the untold histories that inspired it.
Over nearly 5 decades, the co-founder of Spiderwoman Theater has harnessed great if under-acknowledged power, and has felt an accordingly great sense of responsibility.
Among the doors the playwright and teacher opened: to the power of words, to the world of theatre, to the possibilities of meditation.
The path-breaking Assiniboine playwright showed us how we could channel our suffering into transcendent theatre.
The co-founder of Mabou Mines never rested on his laurels but kept driving his work forward, on stages large and especially small.
The company will present a digital cabaret series and its annual celebration of queer theatre artists.