At the National Theatre and beyond, female playwrights’ work is still frequently hived off in smaller spaces and slapped with the ‘radical’ tag. Are our leading theatrical institutions built on suspect foundations?
[…] you should never give an acting award to actor or actress for playing an insane person. There was never an Ophelia who was bad in the mad scene. — Rouben Mamoulian AS THE OSCARS roll around again, the question of what constitutes acting worthy of such high recognition emerges once again...
Pitchfork published a new interview with Björk on Wednesday, and in it she speaks powerfully about the kind of sexism she’s faced in her career. Asked by Jessica Hopper about early reports that Arca was the “sole producer” on her new album rather than, as Arca later clarified, a co-producer, Björk opened up about how she’s been denied...
Photo by Benjamin Thompson A FEW WEEKS AGO, I went to a hotel in West Hollywood for a dinner in honor of playwrights working in film and TV. The event was hosted by the screenwriting organization The Black List, along with New Girl creator and showrunner Liz Meriwether, who started out (not long...
The Yale Journal of Music and Religion (YJMR) is published twice yearly by the Yale Institute of Sacred Music, an interdisciplinary graduate center that educates leaders who foster, explore, and study engagement with the sacred through music, worship, and the arts in Christian communities, diverse religious traditions, and public life.
I’m so over branding dancers as athletes. What is wrong with celebrating dancers as artists? Why the raging inferiority complex about dance? It's an art. Let's get past that whole macho-athlete-branding thing. Take a look a this gorgeous dance by Sergei Polunin to the Hozier hit “Take Me to Church."
On rocks high above the sea, dancers twirl and tumble through the sky. They’re members of BANDALOOP, a troupe that mixes modern choreography with rock-climbing tech to create gravity-defying spectacles.
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