In She Who Lives on the Road to War, Rosy Simas combines installation and performance to address the immense losses experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic.
MILK is an immersive, multisensory collaborative performance exploring a somber Greek tale of revenge.
The Terrestrial Trilogy shows how we can — and perhaps cannot — talk about pressing human and environmental emergencies.
When supply chains and funding fall short, theatre does too.
African scholars Felwine Sarr and Dorcy Rugamba seek to answer this question with the musical theatre performance Freedom, I’ll have lived your dream until the very last day.
The art form continues to survive the return of in-person theatre, but maker-performers struggle with a lack of institutional support.
Traces — Speech to African Nations is a spoken word piece with music written by the acclaimed Senegalese scholar and performed by the Burkinabé actor Étienne Minoungou.
Nominated for the Pulitzer Prize, the hybrid film/theatrical production is a dense and irreverent look at the performance of queerness.
The rendition could be a platform for essential conversations on sociohistorical and economic land rights issues.
The experimental film, accompanied by live music, pictures the ecocide that a violently extractive ideology of whiteness produces.
Dobkin caught the attention of critics early on with her quirky and occasionally self-deprecating works, which often center lesbian identity.
What to Send Up When It Goes Down holds Black people at its center, inviting unique moments of commiseration, anger, and helplessness with no apologies.