Five credentialed writers have bucked the trend of arts journalism cutbacks to create a new review website.
Our nation’s Native history is all around us, if we would only pay attention. One place to look: at a rising generation of Native theatremakers.
Why three premieres in Oregon are a sign of the times—and a long time coming.
Native theatre in the U.S.’s two non-contiguous states, Alaska and Hawai’i, shows resonant connections as well as telling differences.
After years of nurturing writers and performers, the work of L.A.’s Native American theatre is finally paying off.
In Dawn Jamieson’s new play, four Iroquois high-beam walkers reckon with trauma past and present.
The 1491s have gone from YouTube videos to live sketch comedy to a major play commission, and they’re laughing all the way.
A fledgling theatre company in the Land of Enchantment tells Native American stories with both authenticity and imagination.
For both practical and aesthetic reasons, theatres are banding together to create new works in rolling world premieres.
Conor McPherson, handed Bob Dylan’s complete song catalogue, no strings attached, brings it all back home.