In the 1960s, a group of artists started experimenting with choreography based on ordinary movement and improvisation. Now your living room is the stage.
The drama of playing the famous prince. In pictures.
The centerpiece of the prize-winning Love! Valor! Compassion! is a rehearsal for an affirming staging of Swan Lake—in drag.
The dance is often associated with the traditions of immigrant communities in America. But it emerged in Europe during a time of radicalism.
Contemporary Spanish genres like flamenco and zarzuela still carry the weight of cultural associations with Franco’s fascist regime.
There were, in fact, women in the audiences of Shakespeare’s plays. Some came to watch; others to sell their wares; others to get on stage themselves.
How much violence do we accept in our entertainment? 19th-century Punch and Judy shows were misogynistic, murderous, and definitely not for children.
Kathak is a classical form of Indian dance. Its practitioners use movement and gesture to tell stories, transcending gender and selfhood.
In the nineteenth century, enterprising toymakers developed a novel way to bring theater into the home.
Digital addiction is inspiring plays, books, films, and art -- just as other forms of addiction have in the past.