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On the ambivalent legacy of January's premier festival
Livestream the Chocolate Factory's memorial event Monday, Feb. 6 at 5:30pm eastern
Heading into BAM’s Fishman Space for Ontroerend Goed, part of the Public’s 2023 Under the Radar Festival, felt like finally getting to a long-delayed date. I’d been looking forward to …
Edward Einhorn has gamified independent theater producing, in a fun but remarkable educational exercise is demystifying just what it takes to make a play
2:10 p.m. A quick update–the organizers of the Howlround panel this evening have also launched an online resource, COVID-19 Freelance Artist Resources, containing important information fo…
When the Gilets Jaunes (“Yellow Vest”) protests broke out just a little over a year ago, the leaderless, populist movement was somewhat baffling – as with so much of French social life…
In summary: This should shouldn't have been put up, here or anywhere
Since it’s often hard to explain a good piece of theater – as Milo Rau’s Five Easy Pieces, which had its all-too-brief North American premier two weeks ago at the Skirball Center, cert…
A very telling moment occurs right at the top of American Juggalo, a new play produced by collective Unattended Baggage, at HERE Arts Center that closed March 3. After a projected slideshow …
What controversies like Robert Lepage's "SLĀV" reveal about the shortcomings of art practices
Tone-deaf and half-baked, Ivo van Hove's adaptation of "The Fountainhead" flounders onstage
Shaun Irons and Lauren Petty discuss "Why Why Always," a cine-performance
Canada abandons the arts for "creative hubs"; exploring relevance in performance at Philly FringeArts; questioning the Guggenheim; and more.
The British artist discusses "Blackouts," at Crossing the Line 2017
“Roberto Bolano’s appearance in the world is great for Latin American literature, for Latin American writers,” Javier Antonio Gonzalez, playwright and artistic director of the theater …
David Herskovits's latest investigation into the art of theater kicks off with a pared down adaptation of "Mourning Becomes Electra"
findlay//sandsmark + pettersen offer a bleak take in "o' death"
Working with a cast of fine young women to reveal the richness of personal identity
The director offers his latest multi-disciplinary exercise in task-based performance
In "The Reenactors," reality is theatrical realism is employed as deconstructionist technique
A decade after he helped pioneer theater blogging, director Isaac Butler looks back
In the latest from the "autoteatro" auteur, Hampton delivers a stinging indictment of global capitalism that provides more symptoms than diagnosis
Despite the rich potential, "Chambre" replicates problematic interpretations of Genet's play dating back to the 1950s
From nearly accidental performer to emerging performance impresario, Ilan Bachrach reflects on the winding road
20 years after its premiere and 5 years after its author's death, an intergeneration collaboration seeks to reintroduce the work of a downtown legend
Sibyl Kempson discusses photography as activism and voyeurism in her new play "Let Us Now Praise Susan Sontag"
In "Andy Warhol's 15 (Color Me, Warhol)," director/choreographer Raja Feather Kelly offers up Andy Warhol's take on "A Chorus Line"
The director of Witness Relocation discusses staging an odyssey through a yard-sale in their third production of a new play by Charles Mee
Video games as virtual disaster tourism and the liberation of memory in Ogawa's latest play
What happens when theater provocateurs in the art world return to the theater?
The performance artist and comedian discusses her transgressive stand-up routine reclaiming the "rape joke"