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An interview with Lior Elefant, head of the Israeli Women in Film and Television Forum, and Program Director of the Israeli film festival, Lethal Lesbian.
tucker insists on showing us how a young, black person in America or Britain today is intimidated, is not allowed “to be me”.
“Hamilton Mixtape!” The track list has been released and she has come to me….. – From the Archives
Artist Arlene Wandera talks to Litro about her art and inspiration
After the show’s debut in 2014, the English National Ballet returns to the London dance scene, this time to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.
Ben Okri has adapted Albert Camus’s classic novel “The Outsider” (“L’Etranger) not only for the stage but also for the English language.
Mary Lynn Bracht shares her experience of reveling in an evening of poetry at the 2018 Forward Prizes for Poetry award ceremony.
Dust stands out for several reasons. First, it’s a one-woman show – written and performed by Milly Thomas. Secondly, it has an unusual premise.
How happy can a family be in a society that is dismantling all the conditions for humans such as the Blakes to be safe, solvent, even healthy?
More than fear, I felt loneliness: a chilling awareness of other people’s indifference to my survival
No, it’s not women who are like that, Cave reminds us. It’s Cave.
Isabelle Dupuy brings us the first of three roundups, carefully selecting a handful of must-see shows from the 966 on offer at the Fringe this year.