Festivals like PuSh are much more sensitive and responsive to what is really happening in the world than most city theatres are. Festivals are free to focus on the right artistic priorities.
BAAD!’s new Gothic home feels like a cross between a theater, a studio and an inn.
Festival profile: Under the Radar, New York
Festival profile: Director Natasja van ’t Westende talks about Dancing on the Edge, a Dutch festival focusing on performers from the Middle East and North Africa.
French playwright Joris Lacoste on his latest work with spoken language.
Th opening of “Life & Times – Episodes 7-8-9” marks the end of Nature Theater of Oklahoma as an ensemble of makers and players.
When every performance becomes an act of composition: One to one with Marino Formenti, piano ‘pugilist’ extraordinaire
Joost Ramaer on Marino Formenti
Theater should be a transformative experience: Milo Rau’s cheerful and non-cynical brand of political drama
Joost Ramaer speaks with Milo Rau, politcal theater artist and founder of the International Institute of Political Murder (IIPM).
Joost Ramaer reports from Noorderzon in the Dutch city of Groningen..