Dancer Defies Gravity Amidst 5,700 Nylon Strings
Like a creature in a spider's web, Kaori Ito is trapped and suspended onstage at BAM.
A Sensory-Distorting Theater Experiment Invades Museum Spaces
Artists Lundahl & Seitl cut off participants' senses while guiding them through art museums.
All-White Photographs Explore Mother-Daughter Chaos
New York-based performance artist and photographer Viky Garcia creates milky, monochrome scenes with her mother.
Who's Afraid of Feminist Fairy Tale Theater?
'The Coward' is a raucous romp for our modern moment.
Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Play Takes a Bushwick Warehouse Back to the 70s
“The Grand Paradise” is a sultry, multi-sensory performance set in a ‘70s tropical resort.
Experimental Operas Might Make the Genre Cool Again
'Hopscotch,' a new experimental opera in Los Angeles, bends every convention of what you thought an "opera" should be—and that's exactly why millennials like it.
Bushwick Theater Offers a Much-Needed Walk on the Wild Side
Talking to Theresa Buchheister, Ryan William Downey, and Scott Reis of Title:Point, Silent Barn's resident theater company.
Cosmonauts and Old Memories Rule Doris Mirescu’s Last Hurrah in NYC
Mirescu's stirring adaptation of Tarkovsky's <i>Solaris</i> is set in an Upper West Side townhouse, blending film and live theater to bring ghosts to life.
[Video] K.K. Barrett and Kid Koala's Theatrical Graphic Novel "Nufonia Must Fall Live"
Our new doc on the genre-mashing "live silent film," including interviews with the creators.
The Creators Project