“The Jungle” was written by two British playwrights who spent time at a refugee camp in France, and the cast includes refugees who lived there.
Category Archives: St Ann’s Warehouse (Brooklyn, NY)
This rambunctious riff on an ancient Greek comedy, at St. Ann’s Warehouse, considers the crazier consequences of the quest for utopia
The artist’s former Manhattan home is the best place to view his work, and the French actress shines in a new Claire Denis film.
Here are five highlights to see from “Birds: A Festival Inspired by Aristophanes,” a citywide festival featuring a range of cultural events.
This ensemble piece from the Baxter Theater Center of Cape Town traces the exhilaration and ache of group activism.
Playwrights this season are focused on many kinds of unsentimental education.
In this play directed by Thomas Ostermeier and starring Nina Hoss, a French philosopher ponders the move to the right in blue-collar France.
The 2016 election changed the course of Nina Hoss’s career. You may know this film and stage actress from TV, where she played Astrid on “Homeland.”
Enda Walsh’s wild cosmic farce, in which two men act out the life of a fantasy village, finds the aching emptiness in words, words, words.
For the new year, productions that aim to shake up your senses and challenge your assumptions. Plus: ’80s jargon and hair.