Inge Festival Brings the Theatre World to Independence
A host of writers made their way to the Kansas small town to honor the late dramatist and support emerging playwrights.
One Way New Plays Are Born: Pacific Playwrights and Chill
South Coast Rep's venerable new-works fest offers a mellow, writer-focused sampling of fresh material.
Actor's Express Announces 5 Shows for 2016--17 Season
The season will feature works by Stephen Sondheim, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, Matthew Lopez, Arthur Miller, and Suzan-Lori Parks.
Stuck in the Middle: Dispatches From the Middle East and North Africa
Though the regions' names suggest they lack their own centers of gravity, culture helps forge a common identity in spite of war, plunder, and devastation.
The Sundance Caravan: Theatre Lab Sets Up Shop in Morocco
The arts incubator moves its main event to Morocco this year, aiming to create an Arabic/American playwright exchange.
From Loss to Laughter: Syrian Refugees Write Plays
Creating theatre in Jordan brings a sense of community and closure to refugees from Syria.
The Past Is Present at the Fujairah International Monodrama Festival
At the seventh annual festival of solo work, artists from the Middle East and Asia build on Eastern oral traditions to address present struggles.
Adham Hafez & Farah Saleh Think Globally, Stage Locally
Two choreographer/theoreticians, one Egyptian and one Palestinian, negotiate---and draw inspiration from---painful cultural divides.