At La MaMa last spring, the two directors gathered to talk about actors, audiences, censorship, dislocation, and the haven of the rehearsal room.
A brief history of Japanese theatre, from its medieval origins to its postwar revolutions.
U.S. theatre’s relationship with its Japanese colleagues has come a long way since Tadashi Suzuki’s 1978 debut here.
How Japan’s recent history has both fostered and demanded intercultural exchange with its Asian neighbors.
Japan’s Tadashi Suzuki revisits SITI, the U.S. company he helped found 25 years ago.
In an excerpt from a major new collection of his writings, the theatre visionary reveals how a sense of place has informed his work and his worldview.
How the Suzuki technique has helped StageWest’s new production rebuild Shakespeare’s play from the feet up.
A director discovers the Japanese essence in an American classic.
TCG’s Amherst conference was a landmark gathering rich in unexpected connections among forms, disciplines and far-flung cultures.