Why is Hollywood casting an Asian woman in a Native American role, and why are audiences sitting down for it?
Time travel is a pervasive theme in pop culture, and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is just the latest entry in the pantheon. What’s the deal with our time travel obsession?
I first encountered the work of Eddie Kim and his EK Theater — comprised of students from the Pierrepont School in Westport, CT — over half a decade ago at The Brick Theater in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Until then I’d never heard of, much less conceptualized, what Kim has christened Machinima Theater (or “video game puppetry,” …
Lauren Wissot interviews Maybe Burke and MJ Kaufman about the Trans Theatre Festival, which features a stellar lineup of programming from trans artists and creators.
Madeline Sackler’s film is utterly captivating as art and activism are blurred into a fight for survival of the physical and spiritual self.
From “Children of the Sun” to “La Voix Humaine” to “Hedda Gabler” Halina Reijn is an inspirational presence to Toneelgroep Amsterdam, her self-assurance anchoring every production she’s in.
What is the psychological cost of being a private war contractor in Iraq?
‘The Israeli Cinema is heading to a great place in World Cinema.’
“Kamp” runs closer to cinema than to theater, most notably the work of David Lynch.