kelela talks to america's boldest young playwright
Jeremy O. Harris discusses race, creativity and theatre with the musician.
ubu: the young arts collective celebrating all things monstrous and beautiful
A collective of young actors and artists are putting on an electronic opera at the V&A. You'd be mad to miss it.
notes on being a woman
playwright protege polly stenham is growing older and giving less fucks
From dressing up to paying her taxes, the British playwright offers her notes on being a woman.
this is not your average musical
Electronic musician Klein is screwing up stereotypes, one Disney Princess at a time.
rent party: a new musical about being black, gay and poor
From Harlem in the 20th century to Salford in the 21st, Rent Party: Domestic Edition is the immersive, Pay What You Decide musical taking a joyous stand against growing up poor.
welcome to discordia, a cult-inspired performance you enter through a giant vagina
The immersive experience is narrated by Lee Lin Chin, and it just might lead to a new religion.
for queer kids in the bush, theatre is a lifeline at risk of disappearing
As cuts to arts funding continue to threaten youth theatre programs across regional Australia, we look at how these organisations serve as a resource and outlet for marginalised and isolated teens.
meet the super sexy, super talented cast of natives
Ella Purnell, Fionn Whitehead and Manish Gandhi are not only three of Britain’s fastest rising stars, they’re also the leads of former i-D editor Glenn Waldron’s exhilarating new coming-of-age story, Natives.
prada reveal story prize winners in series of two minute immersive digital plays
Four winning stories have been transformed into short digital theatre pieces, with interactive viewer options. Watch them all online now.
homelessness 50 years on: what's changed?
50 years on from the blistering drama of Cathy Come Home, we hear from Palme d'Or winning director Ken Loach on his most affecting work and speak to Adrian Jackson, founder of Cardboard Citizens: a theatre company comprised of actors who were or...
inside brooklyn's first trans theatre festival
As Brooklyn's first Trans Theatre Festival kicks off today, curators MJ Kaufman and Maybe Burke talk to i-D about shining a light on lesser-heard trans stories.
tell no one: secret cinema’s explosive, political new experience
The immersive film and participative theatre experience transports attendees, or rather their allocated personae, to a Secret World of cinematic fantasy and dystopian possibility.