The Cherry Arts artistic director talks with leaders at other companies programming works in translation about what a more global approach could mean for the U.S. theatre.
We asked leaders at some of the nation’s small theatre companies which shows, both large and small, they were most looking forward to in the coming season.
Moving work from one language to another is an art unto itself, and adapting it for the stage only adds layers of challenge and meaning.
Food and homecoming are at the heart of Amir Nazir Zuabi’s one-woman play, as staged near hot stoves in New York and the Bay Area.
Bradshaw will step into the leadership role after serving as the company’s interim managing director since last July.
The executive producer is leaving her post at the theatre to focus on her family.
The songwriter and actress talk about how their romantic partnership evolved into a working one with their band, Sky Pony.
Playwright Christopher Chen talks about the twists and turns in his play ‘Caught.’
The lineup includes work by indie-rock band Sky-Pony and a copresentation with Ripe Time.
The season includes new plays, workshops, lectures, and cultural events in conjunction with traditional Japanese performances.