Israel using art and culture to whitewash its abuses, Norwegian artists say. Read more about Why won't Norway theater apologize for embracing Israel's war crimes?
Slain activist’s family recalls Rickman as “gifted, funny, generous, thoughtful, wise and courageous.” Read more about Rachel Corrie's family pays tribute to Alan Rickman
London-born cultural icons David Bowie and Alan Rickman died in the same week, at the same age, of the same disease. Both men would have had their work produced by the same New York theater if not for a notorious act of censorship in 2006. Read more about Alan Rickman's Gaza play censored by theater staging David Bowie's "Lazarus"
Ahmed Masoud’s The Shroud Maker will premiere in London this month. Read more about Play focused on Gaza woman turns despair into hope
Partnership with Indian performance group aims to unite the countries’ struggles for justice. Read more about Palestine's Freedom Theatre coming to India
Two new collections of plays use wit, humor and beautiful language to tell powerful stories. Read more about Heartbreak and history collide in Palestinian drama
Land Without People chronicles Zionism’s ascent. Read more about Mandate-era play combusts lingering myths on Palestine
Jenin’s Freedom Theatre manages to evoke the Church of the Nativity’s ambience on a British stage. Read more about When death was in everyone's eyes: recalling Bethlehem's siege
Despite being action-packed, it’s the words that really count in Dalia Taha’s new play. Read more about What games do you play as Israel suffocates your childhood?
Three Palestinian plays to be staged over three nights at New York theater. Read more about Star Palestinian playwrights exercise "Permission to Narrate"
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