The 14,000-square-feet concrete expanse in Manhattan will be transformed into a lush, green lawn by acclaimed set designer Mimi Lien.
This month’s American Theatre magazine is full of stories of sexual assault in the performing arts. We talk to Senior Editor Diep Tran about the impact of #MeToo on the theatre scene.
The third season of the Prototype: Opera/Theatre/Now festival opened ominously last week, with 31 young women dressed in black singing against the evil that can come with group control.
Most theatrical productions of early 20th century New York were captured by Vandamm Studio, the most prolific studio of performing arts photography at the time.
The Lower East Side is getting a little less weird, losing not only one of its last stalwarts of experimental performance arts, but one of its most prolific supporters as well. The Living Theatre is closing its Clinton Street location after falling behind on rent, and founder and theater maven Judith Malina is being forced to move along with it.