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Volume 63, Issue 3

Front Cover by Parastoo Anoushahpour
Still from: The Time That Separates Us, 2022
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Performance

February 12, 2021
By
Jamil Khoury

One of the most significant and exciting developments of 2019 and 2020 in the American theatre has been the formation of the Middle Eastern and North African Theatre Makers Alliance (MENATMA).

December 30, 2020
By
Ashish Xiangyi Kumar

Let’s talk about the last movement of Beethoven’s last piano sonata.

This is a very, very difficult thing to do.

February 28, 2020
By
Mark Franko

Amongst the diverse offerings of New York City Ballet this winter season, an intriguing cross-section of Balanchine/Stravinsky neoclassical ballets stretching from 1944 to 1972 were programmed.

January 30, 2020
By
Len Berkman

Among the lesser discussed aspects of “mainstream” theater (and film as well as TV) in the U.S. is its overarching goal to stir proud “insider” feelings in its large-scale audiences. Realism became a major implement in that regard.

December 5, 2019
By
Mark Franko

This fall Peter Brook presented Why?, a play-as-conversation between three actors in which they reflect intellectually and performatively in deftly sketched scenes on theater-making from the actor’s perspective.

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