Concerts, a ‘Carol’ or 3, and a surfeit of readings, benefits, and other virtual theatre kick off December in abundant style.
From a ‘Dog Day Afternoon’ watch party to a Beethoven bio-play with music, this week offers many answers to the eternal question.
If we can’t have theatre until we can gather again safely, what are U.S. theatres and artists going to do in the meantime, and after?
In ‘Paradise Square,’ the choreographer of ‘Fela!’ imagines the promise of New York’s first slum and the violence of the Draft Riots of 1863.
Though the regions’ names suggest they lack their own centers of gravity, culture helps forge a common identity in spite of war, plunder, and devastation.
Two choreographer/theoreticians, one Egyptian and one Palestinian, negotiate—and draw inspiration from—painful cultural divides.
What did 4 female-led works at New York Live Arts’ Live Ideas Festival have to say to us or to each other—or are those even the right questions?
From a Thanksgiving comedy, to exciting new hires, to ‘Scrooge in Love!’, five theatre artists preview what they’re working on, and what they’re looking forward to.
Sonya Tayeh and Adrienne Truscott are among the artists-in-residence during Live Arts’s 2015–16 season.
The movement-based company’s season includes performance art, dance, theatre and music.