A look back at SoHo in the 1970s, where theatrical experimentation by Meredith Monk, Robert Wilson, Richard Foreman, the Performance Group, and Mabou Mines defined an era.
Whether working with the Wooster Group or Robert Wilson, he sets out to reinvent the process and avoid his “ego agenda.”
Shotgun Players mounts Robert Wilson and Tom Waits’s fragmented rethink of Büchner’s thorny classic.
All eyes are on the inventive young director with a penchant for the classics and a flair for dynamic visuals.
Times are changing at the world’s most famous—and infamous—passion play. Plus: Reflections of and on Obergammerau by Robert Wilson and Sarah Ruhl.
The shock tactics of Reza Abdoh push audiences to the edge.
‘The Black Rider’ testifies to his great love for theatre in all its manifestations. Can audiences relax and enjoy it?
A statement on the cancellation of ‘the CIVIL warS.’
In Wilson’s gigantic vision of ‘CIVIL warS,’ the conflict extends from classes and races to species and sexes, and even beyond, to the cosmic.
Orchestrating the record-breaking Olympic Arts Festival has been a logistical 3-ring circus.