"A Truly ExistentialUnderstanding ofWhat It Means to Be Human Is The Most RadicalThing You Can Talk About"An Interview withElfin Vogelon the State of the Art in TheatreMichael Bettencourt
Asia Through A Thai Looking Glass The arts of Asia abide – as expansive and merchandised as in any other part of the world. Danin Adler
The State of New OperaThere are few worldpremieres in any one yearand fewer that stand onthe cutting edgeKarren Alenier
Character AnimationNot Just TechnologyPictures may paint a thousand wordsbut images potent with emotiontouch a thousand livesMartin Challis(view a scene)
TangoFrom film to flashthe reflow of one mediuminto anotherRolf Schwarz(view the movie)
What's It AllAbout, Philtra?A puzzle aboutthe passageof timeClaudine Jones
Like Sisyphus, Art has carried its rock up the mountain of time from the first moment a hominid saw its face reflected in water and tried to copy it in the sand.
Phantom LimbThe film alchemy ofJay RosenblattRenate Stendhal(view scenes)
New PlaysIt is unfortunatethat world premieresare far more common in dance than they are in theatre.Catherine Conway Honig
The Future of the Art of Art MusicAn Interview withEric L. McIntyreNathan Thomas
Adina TalInterview with thedirector ofNalaga'atMichael Bettencourt
The Myth of theHero with the Big Gun Whoever tells thestoriesshapes societyArthur Kanegis
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