Worldwide Locations

Worldwide Locations


An image from the Papermoon Puppet Theatre's 'Mwathirika.' (Indra Wicaksono)

Interview: Indonesian Troupe Uses Puppets to Remember a Difficult History

An Indonesian puppet theater uses an unconventional medium to portray a period of political turmoil. more

Erin Mee: The Intricacies of Kutiyattam

NEW YORK, September 8, 2012 — NYU theater professor Erin Mee discusses the history and structure of the oldest surviving form of Sanskrit theater from Kerala, India called Kutiyattam. more

Kutiyattam: The Abandonment of Sita (Complete)

South Indian group Natanakairali perform The Abandonment of Sita through Kutiyattam, the oldest surviving form of Sanskrit theater from Kerala, India. more
In New York on Jan. 11, director Peter Sellars relates John Adams's Nixon in China to Mozart and musical history. (2 min., 48 sec.)
Peter Sellars: 'Nixon in China' and the Power of Music
The legendary opera director argues, "Music doesn't soften the message, it deepens it." more
Asia 21 Philippines Fellows give their evaluation on PNoy
PNoy & Pinoy: A Year After, a pre-SONA forum
Joshua (left) playing jianzi, a Chinese game similar to hacky sack, in a Beijing park. (Joshua Halpern)
Unmasking China through Theater
Joshua Halpern discusses his work increasing dialogue through theater and exchange programs in China. more
Sova Sen in Nabanna, 1944
Contemporary Indian Theatre: An Overview
Learn more about the ancient aesthetic practice of theatre in India. more
Blood Links: William Yang's Tale of Family Migration
Blood Links traces William Yang’s scattered family’s migration from China to Australia over a hundred years ago. more
Moses and the Wandering Dervish
The Iranian epic drama Ta'ziyeh Khani adapted and transfigured at Trinity College. more
Ta'ziyeh Performance Conventions: A Short Sketch
Religious epic theatre, ta'ziyeh or shabih, continues to be performed in areas of the Middle East with large Shi'a populations. more