Schaubühne Berlin vividly adapts the author Édouard Louis’s first-person account of the experience of rape and attempted murder.
“HEAR THEIR THERE HERE” created by Geoff Sobelle for St. Ann’s Warehouse is a site-specific sonic experience for Brooklyn Bridge Park.
This is not your grandmother’s drag show. A 24-Decade History of Popular Music by renowned playwright and drag performer Taylor Mac is a monumental production covering American popular music from 1776 to 2016.
With the thick fall of snow over New York in these recent days, the city is the perfect setting for a beautifully staged Swedish vampire tale.
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.
Great Small Works’ International Toy Theater Festival is in its 10th year of celebrating miniature puppet works of all kinds. The last two weeks saw the festival transform St. Ann’s Warehouse in DUMBO, Brooklyn into a family circus-style labyrinth festooned with hand-painted banners, dividing the space into several individual makeshift theaters supplementing St. Ann’s usual venue.