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Composed by Valgeir Sigurðsson and directed by Sara Martí, Wide Slumber for Lepidopterists is an...Read More
Jackson’s brave and ingenious dismantling of race and sexuality norms provides a portal from which those who have experienced discrimination based on their identity can readily embrace his insight and wit.Read More
In Space, No-One Can Hear you Quarantine: San Diego Fringe Theatre Artists Discuss a Year-Long Collaborative Online Monologue Project.
The works of San-Diego-based theatre company Lonesome Whistle Productions thrive in the...Read More
Exploring and Humanizing the Nuances of Black American History Through Theatre: Conversation With Playwright and Actor Stephen Sampson.
Driven by his appreciation for authenticity and history, Stephen Sampson created his theatre...Read More
Speaking to a class in Rome years ago, I heard Tito Schipa Jr. speak about how opera is simply too...Read More
On Changing The Disability Inclusion Narrative: An Interview With Theater Breaking Through Barriers’ Nick Viselli
Inclusion has quickly become the commanding narrative in the theater world, but when it comes to...Read More
This article has been translated from it’s original Yiddish by Vassili Schedrin The year...Read More
First of the block is ‘Human Freedom 2021- A Theater for Human Rights Campaign’. This initiative is spearheaded by newly-appointed 2021 IHRAF International Fellow, Alessandro Lenzi. It is organized through a global collaboration between Raizes Teatro (Palermo), International Human Rights Art Festival (NYC), Avant – Garde Lawyers (Paris), and Global Campus of Human Rights (Venice). Alessandro Lenzi is the Director of Raizes Teatro. The Last Era, a play written by Alessandro Ienzi will be one of the features of the campaign.Read More
*Content Warning: This article discusses and describes new musicals that deal with such topics as...Read More
Written by: Elizabeth Kerr Sitting in a decidedly Hong Kong-flavoured café in Prince Edward, Leung Ming-kai and Kate Reilly present as an old married couple, even if they’ve only been bound in matrimony for seven years. They...Read More
The brilliant performance reaffirms its disregard for conventional attitudes and unjustified inequalities—a nod to the social and political context from which the work sprang.Read More
The #MeToo and Black Lives Matter movements have forced Hollywood and other artists and filmmakers...Read More
“Señor Ruiseño (Monsieur Rossignol)”: Ce Commentaire Féroce Sur la Politique Catalane Actuelle Ouvre Une Nouvelle Voie de la Critique au Canada!
La compagnie catalane Els Joglars, crée en 1962 par Albert Boadella, Carlota Soldevila, propose...Read More
Creative Freedom and the Craft of Acting: Interview with Scott Fielding, Founder of Michael Chekhov Actor Studio in Boston.
Michael Chekhov Actor Studio Boston, or MCASB, has been one of the leading New England acting...Read More
To the right of the piano, hung on the far wall of the space, was the ravishing 103 x 172.5 inch acrylic on canvas. The Frankenthaler abstract painting dominated the space with a wash of undulating colors and shapes. Rothenberg opened with commentary about the connections between these two works of art explaining that while it’s challenging to talk about abstract works, as Baudelaire wrote, sometimes the combination of two difficult pieces can clarify and reveal the heart of the works.Read More
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Recent From North America
- In Space, No-One Can Hear you Quarantine: San Diego Fringe Theatre Artists Discuss a Year-Long Collaborative Online Monologue Project.
- Exploring and Humanizing the Nuances of Black American History Through Theatre: Conversation With Playwright and Actor Stephen Sampson.
- On Changing The Disability Inclusion Narrative: An Interview With Theater Breaking Through Barriers’ Nick Viselli