Elizabeth LeCompte, founding member and director of the Wooster Group, the pioneering experimental theater troupe, has won the 2016 Dorothy and Lillian Gish Prize, which comes with a cash prize of…
EDINBURGH — New York legit creatives will feature prominently in the Edinburgh Intl. Festival this August. with a three-week program that will include the Wooster Group, Meredith Monk, the Philip…
Plucky perfs and an offbeat murder plot can't rescue "Brief Reunion" from debuting helmer John Daschbach's atrophied visual style, which inflicts a stagebound feel on a story about past sins and…
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Legit nonprofit org Theater Communications Group and philanthropic group MetLife Foundation have handed out $225,000 in grants to companies including the Wooster Group, Perseverance Theater and…
The Wooster Group is less than scintillating in applying its patented blend of found-object rubbish and video art to Tennessee Williams' "Vieux Carre."
Experimental theater doesn't come any livelier or more entertaining.
The late Spalding Gray gets another chance to talk in this Steven Soderbergh film.
The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and the Nonprofit Finance Fund will hand out $15.1 million to 10 performing arts nonprofits to fund the exploration of new business practices and models.
The Wooster Group are like the rockstar grad school students you both idolize and loathe. They manage to be simultaneously way-cool brilliant and maddeningly precious. Any time the experimental…
Watching the Wooster Group's "La Didone" is like witnessing the collision of tectonic plates. From one direction comes the 17th-century opera by Francesco Cavalli, retelling Virgil's legend of Dido…