May/June 2013

American Theatre May 2013 Cover

Editor's Note

Jim O'Quinn


Have Show, Will Travel
By Eliza Bent



The Scottish Connection

By Mark Cofta

'The Winter’s Tale' solidifies a bond between pennsylvania and Glasgow—and brings actors of all ages together

Rose Oil and Apples

By Nicole Estvanik Taylor

Despite radically different styles, Bulgarian theatremakers and Shakespeare & company bond over their passion for Chekhov and the bard

Sisters Under the Skin

By Nirmala Nataraj

The Post Natyam collective is prone to borrow, steal, translate and blog—across miles and cultures

Cynthia Cohen: First, Peace

By Simi Horwitz

Her strategies for defusing conflicts converge at the nexus of art and justice

Allen Nause: Inveterate Traveler

By Barry Johnson

The Oregon-based director takes his cue (and sometimes his wattage) from audiences around the globe

Meiyin Wang: The Next Big Thing

By Eliza Bent

Under the Radar’s co-curator has more questions than answers

Philip Arnoult: A Nose and 3 Moves

By Robert Avila

He’s the inimitable instigator of global conversations and journeys beyond the world’s capitals

A Climate of Collaboration

By Chantal Bilodeau

Environmental scientists urge artists to humanize the stories behind the research

Bipolar Politics and the Unruly Arts

By Jim O'Quinn

International visitors plunge into Hungary’s roiling zeitgeist

IN PRINT for May 2013

GALA Hispanic Theatre's La casa de los espiritus (The House of the Spirits); 20 questions for Colman Domingo; the Play Company's The Golden Dragon; letters to the editor

May 2013 Collage