Current ISSUE

Theater 45.3

In this issue: Alexandra Ripp discusses the dangerous mixture of politics and art in the work of Cuban artist Tania Bruguera; Daniel Sack creates innovative, imagined theaters; Anna Koos provides a memoir-esque accounting of Squat Theater's work in a living room in Budapest and a storefront in New York City; Christopher Chen's funny and mind-bending play Caught; a panel around critical discourse in the American theater featuring Sarah Benson, Simon Dove, Meiyin Wang, and Tom Sellar; and a forum on Performance Clubs and Public Encounters.