A public art project in New Orleans reenacts a slave revolt.
This weekend at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Christiane Jatahy’s radical “mirror game” between film and live performance What If They Went to Moscow? plays for two audiences, one at BAM Fisher Theater and one at BAM Rose Cinemas—then they switch.
The artist, director, and actress discuss their endurance performance, The Second Woman, and its exploration of gender performativity.
The actor stars opposite an opera diva in Norma Jeane Baker of Troy, Anne Carson’s verse play that reflects on the histories of two iconic women millennia apart.
The Irish playwright on grief, adaptation, and the possibilities of form.
The emerging playwright takes on beauty standards and societal expectations.
A newly reconstructed “opera for television.”
The Greek choreographer’s long-awaited North American debut with The Great Tamer.
The three-part epic brings to life an adolescence informed by music as a gateway into a powerful, assertive selfhood.
Featuring selections by David Levine, Aki Onda, Ivan Talijancic, Lumi Tan, and more.
Early Morning Opera brings the canonical essay to the stage.
The US premiere of Only the Sound Remains lands at the White Light Festival.
The award-winning television writer traces inherited traumas in her debut stage production.
A look back at the AIDS crisis.
An experimental theater company takes on Edward Albee.
Reza Abdoh, the first large-scale retrospective of the late Iranian-American theater director’s work, is on view through September 3 at MoMA PS1. The comprehensive exhibition was co-organized by Bidoun’s Negar Azimi, Tiffany Malakooti, and Babak Radboy alongside MoMA PS1 director Klaus Biesenbach.
The gendered history of lobotomy.
Putting diverse cultural and aesthetic traditions in dialogue, Schaal’s new performance work, Jack &, is a comedy of errors based on prison reentry programs and debutante balls.
Nineteenth-century female hysteria and contemporary digital culture on stage.