In Search of Lost Art
Under the Radar's curators hang out across an ocean
A review roundup of shows in Under the Radar, Coil, and more
Catch 13 shows from around the world
All your life's a stage
We asked Off- and Off-Off theatermakers what they feel the scene is missing
A critical dive into the Under the Radar, Other Forces, and Coil festivals
On the occasion of the 56th Annual Obie Awards, we ask theater-makers their view of todaysand tomorrowsexperimental theater
Live actors take a backseat in four festival shows—a roundup review
Plus: half-naked Brecht!
Avant-garde surprises await at this fifth annual festival
One of the city's best theater festivals enters its fourth season
Has performance art lost its edge? Is that a bad thing? A visit to Performa 07.
From Under the Radar to a mainstage Public Theater slot
New York-based Nature Theater of Oklahoma shine in the Under the Radar festival
For adventurous theater companies, all the world's a stageliterally
With the Public behind him, Russell brings in experimental theater troupes from around the world
Think globally, act locally: P.S.122's new Aussie artistic director arrives
Choreographer Sarah Michelson's in the dark before Daylight
Echo, New York's legendary computer bulletin board, shares its goals for 2005
Under the Radar provides Russell with a fitting second act
Oskar Eustis takes the reins from George C. Wolfe
Commemorating P.S. 122's 25-year history of stretching the bounds of contemporary performance
'It's odd that I met you,' said the late Spalding Gray. 'It's too many coincidences.'
Papp's restive ghost haunts the search for Wolfe's replacement
Lauded and embattled, George C. Wolfe calls it quits after 11 years
Questions arise over P.S.122 after Mark Russell resigns
Boo Froebel Sets the Scene for Edgy Performance
Can the New Commissioner Stretch the Dollars Without Bending the Rules?
The 46th Annual Obie Awards
The Fascination of Whats Difficult
Thirty-Three New York Theater Types Offer Up Their Favorite Productions From the 19992000 Season
Will Free Home Pages Kill the BBS?