“Hiroshima-style” Kagura is perhaps the hippest, most secular, crowd-pleasing style of Shinto performance in the country.
Once again, the DryWrite team have put together an event that challenges and inspires participants and watchers to take risks, make imaginative leaps and think in new ways about the process and purpose of writing for the theatre.
Cinderella, fairy tales, waitresses and Transylvanian vampires collide in After Cinderella and Violet Smile at the Arcola Theatre.
This second round of reviews from the Arcola's Adventures in Movement Festival includes coverage of Mass Exercise and Vulnerasti.
In the final installment of her Adventures in Movement coverage, Diana Damian reviews It Happens..., TAT TAT TAT and May I....
This is the first series of photos for the Theatre in Pictures project. Unetsu by Sankai Juku.
Using a superimposition technique, photographer Nicolas Havette presents a series of photos on an intercultural dance collaboration at the Phnomh Penh Hip Hop Dance Festival.