A new generation of theatremakers is ready to blow up the gay canon and reclaim a defiantly queer aesthetic.
From the beginnings of the Alley in Houston to Pan Asian Rep in NYC and Golden Thread in San Francisco, November was filled with theatrical milestones.
Muriel Borst Tarrant’s new play at La MaMa, parodically reclaims Native tropes and distortions, with a nod to Dante.
How New York City’s landmark avant-garde hub maintains its links across nations and generations.
Hounded from their home country but staying together via Skype, Minsk’s toughest troupe is back in New York with another harrowing but mesmerizing piece.
As producers at LaMama learned with their triple ‘Tempest’ series, arranging for foreign artists to perform on U.S. soil can be a stormy process.
Nine adaptations of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest,” ranging from American Repertory Theater to Cornerstone Theater, that shows you don’t need to do it as a straight play, or set it in Italy, to make it magical (though you can add real magic if you’re really ambitious).
Catherine Filloux’s “Selma ’65,” set to run at La MaMa E.T.C., is about Viola Liuzzo and Tommy Rowe, both of whom were deeply involved in the Civil Rights Movement in Alabama.
A brief look at theatre news across the country for the month of April.
The author of “Jesus in India” and “American Hwangup” discusses the premiere of his new work at the Children’s Theater Company in Minneapolis.