Arts, Culture & Media

This play from Iran is an actor’s nightmare

An Iranian playwright, without a passport and unable to leave his country, created a one-person play all about control and submission. Actors see the script for the first time on stage, as they start their first and only performance before a paying audience. The experience has spurred total panic in seasoned actors.


One man's junk is another man's robot

Some people are a bit more creative than the rest of us when it comes to seeing possibilities in junk. Berlin artist Kolja Kugler saw a traveling companion and performer. So far, he and his mechanical pal have traveled through Southeast Asia, the Americas, and Australia together.

Afropop Live! NYC, Musical Metropolis

What do you get when you combine Congolese rapper Baloji, Lebanese pop star Yasmine Hamdan, Jamaican guitarist Brushy One-String, and Mauritanian vocal powerhouse Noura Mint Seymali? This year’s jaw-dropping Globalfest. What do you get when you combine live recordings of ...<a class="meta-nav" href=""> Read more &#187;</a>