A Tony Award®-winning playwright who penned "Soft Power," a play with a musical premiering at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles.
Step inside a 360-degree view of rehearsals for the musical "Soft Power" at New York's one-and-only New 42nd Street Studios.
J.T. Rogers brings the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to the stage.
World Theater Day, instituted by the International Theater Institute (ITI) on March 27, 1962, to mark the opening of the Theater of Nations in Paris, France, has since been annually celebrated on March 27 to focus on the importance of theater as a diverse and complex art form that taps the creative work of the playwright, director, actors, artists, and composers. In musical theater, acting is combined with music, song, and dance.
Callejón de Hamel (Hamel Alley) — a vibrant street in the Cayo Hueso neighborhood of Central Havana devoted to Afro-Cuban culture —is where Elier Lima first fell in love with dance. [...] This significant cultural space, which also features music, theater and art became the first stage Lima danced son, salsa and rumba before joining the Dance School of the National Theatre of Cuba and the National Folkloric Ensemble of Cuba.
The Short+Sweet Theatre Festival shows what citizen diplomacy can achieve.
An international touring group will bring one of the most traditional Korean love stories to life Sunday, July 17, on the Sunnyside High School stage. The performance of “Choon-Hyang,” a love story vaguely resembling “Romeo and Juliet,” will be performed by Theater Seoul, an English-language youth theater group whose members travel the world to sing and dance.
For the inaugural Korean Theatre Festival in New York 10 years ago, founder Du-Yee Chang performed an original one-man show based on one of Franz Kafka’s novels. [...] Chang sees the event as a sort of cultural exchange to introduce American audiences to traditional Korean theater.