Of radio, film and theater, and when to decide. Omar Willey’s latest thoughts on theater via review of Sameer Arshad’s Crewmates.
José Amador returns to talk about Dani Tirrell’s BLACK BOIS, an evening length dance program that is having its premiere at On the Boards this weekend.
All about Kim Lusk and her A Dance for Dark Horses, a new dance having its world premiere Velocity Dance Center,
Omar Willey gets literate with some thoughts on Akropolis Performance Lab’s latest: Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment.
In a world mediated by sound-bites, perhaps the theatre can take us back to what it means to be human. Siddhartha Bose writes.
Most people don’t think of media as propaganda, yet confirmation bias is rife. What can be done? Rocky Rodriguez Jr. explores a different possibility for change: the theater.
On issues like Brexit there’s never one single answer, one right or wrong view. Toby Ealden believes that dramatizing beliefs can help young people sort out their own views…and maybe old people can, too.
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