Kele Okereke's "Brexit Musical" Isn't as Political as You Might Think

Instead, it makes a return to two themes which have defined Okereke’s career, both in Bloc Party and as a solo artist: intimacy and anxiety.


I Survived Depression and Now I'm Trying to Help Others Do the Same

New Zealand actor Rob Mokaraka has taken his darkest moment and turned it into a play to help others dealing with depression.


Sienna Miller: Famous, Sexy, and Well-Liked

Starring in "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" in London, Sienna Miller shows us something more determined than a cat in heat.


These Sex Workers Are Using Theater to Fight for Decriminalization

The cast of a new London play has diverse experiences of sex work, but they all share a dim view of the police.


'Brexit the Musical,' Because Brits Will Make a Joke Out of Anything

The chaos of Britain’s exit from the EU is put down in song.


The Royal Shakespeare Company Uses Real Time Effects to Create a New Version of ‘The Tempest.’

A new production of Shakespeare’s play uses new technology to wow new audiences.


How to Dance When You're 92

Movement, metaphor, Merce Cunningham, and other ways to pay homage to an intergenerational friendship.


How to Taste, Smell, and Touch a Piece of Music with Your Skin

I was skeptical until I was blindfolded, led around a room, and dragged across the floor as part of an immersive concert.


A Two-Headed Feminist Play Turns Internal Monologues into Critical Dialogue

Amy Nostbakken and Norah Sadava's 'Mouthpiece' captures modern life from a female perspective, without limiting it to the female experience.


A Village in Burkina Faso Is Run on Art

Operndorf Afrika is cultural education done right.


A New Play Explores What It’s Like to Live with HIV

It's a very modern look at an epidemic that is sometimes, mistakenly, thought of as a thing of the past.


'Dark' Screenings and Performances Question What It Means to Be Human

'Dark Water' features paradigm-challenging work by Fani Parali, Takeshi Murata, Shana Moulton, and more.