On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of Midsummer Night Swing, a reflection on the joy of connecting through dance
With Summer Forum in full swing, hundreds of educators, artists, and administrators meet in the cultural heart of NYC.
For Disability Awareness Month, Katie Fanning discusses progress in the performing arts.
At the world's "most multicultural festival in the U.S." according to the New York Times, there's something for everyone.
The French actor talks about his role in Cheek by Jowl's fresh and innovative production of Alfred Jarry's satirical drama.
From Miss Piggy and Kermit to Punch and Judy to Ramona and Ermon, hand-controlled couples need love, too.
Welcome to the wacky world of the "silent disco," a dance party where the crowd hears the music only through wireless headphones.
The actress discusses playing multiple parts, both male and female, in the 7 hour (with intermissions) marathon of Shakespeare's history plays.
The Irish actor who plays Falstaff in the marathon Henriad discusses the genesis of the project, why Druid likes to get dirty, and what he's learned from the great Bard.