Yasmeen Tajiddin meditates on the benefits of taking a rigorous approach to writing and singing.
Yasmeen Tajiddin reveals what it took to mount the recent NYUAD production of Brecht’s Caucasian Chalk Circle.
We invite readers to leave comments and continue our Community Reading Event devoted to The Great Gatsby and Gatz.
How the Elevator Repair Service’s Gatz helps us realize that the novel, like theater, can be a deeply communal form.
Gabrielle Flores writes a review that’s not really a review, about a play that wasn’t really a play but a performance piece about how to think about a play.
In 2013, four NYUAD students began interviewing their classmates about their experiences in Abu Dhabi. As the starting point for the interviews, they used seven questions: Why are you scared? Why do you feel repressed? Why do you feel liberated? Why do you regret...
How Organs, Tissues, and Candy Games explored the ways in which the human body can be appropriated for purposes beyond its initial, native intent.
Monsters do not only reside under the childhood bed or closet, nor is their habitat constrained to horror films and nightmares. Monsters, creatures that elicit a shiver from even the most apathetic intellectual, walk among us, live inside us, because we are the...
Video game characters used as puppets to tell stories from the classical tradition? Kevin Riordan reports on Eddie Kim’s machinima theater productions
Professor Katherine Rowe writes about the Festival as it unfolds.
Dreaming Abu Dhabi theater through A Dream Play.
Student troupes from Egypt, the UAE, and the US explore the dramatic legacy of the Bard at NYU Abu Dhabi.