Here’s some news comedy fans will like, not least of all Buddhist ones: Groundhog Day, Harold Ramis’s beloved 1993 film, has been adapted for the stage and will be headed to Broadway in 2017. But wait, you may be wondering… there’s such a thing as Buddhist comedy? I didn’t even know Buddhists have a sense […]
“The Oldest Boy,” a play about a family whose son is identified as the reincarnation of a high Buddhist lama, premiered at Lincoln Center Theater last week
“All improv is meditation”: the “Buddhist theater” of David Razowsky, the erstwhile artistic director of Second City’s L.A. training center.
Noted with sadness and fond remembrance: the passing away Monday of experimental composer and opera innovator Robert Ashley at the age of 83.
A look into Saymoukda Vongsay’s “Kung Fu Zombies vs. Cannibals” a new, undead-infested, carefully choreographed chop-and-kick stage show.
Damon Albarn, former frontman for Britpop sensations Blur, composed a Buddhist-themed opera based on a classic 16th c. Chinese novel.
The Welsh National Opera is set to perform Wagner Dream, an opera composed by the late Jonathan Harvey, partly in the ancient language Pali.
Actor John C. Reilly has been selected to direct Buddha: Triumph in the Life of the Great Sage, a play that is based on Buddhist texts.
Barry Boyce investigates the benefits of meditation and mindfulness for those in the creative arts community.
At New York’s Rubin Museum the spirit of the art is alive and cutting-edge. Elisabeth Coleman reports on this unique creative collision.