james whiteside defies the heteronormative world of ballet
i-D talks to the ballet superstar about his psychosexual dance play, and his Dairy Queens drag persona Ühu Betch.
marjuan canady plays 10 different characters in her show about black lives
The phenomenal performer didn’t see herself reflected in scripts, so she wrote her own.
two friends remake 1986 play 'women of manhattan' to support planned parenthood
Actress and We the Women collective co-founder Nathalie Love discusses her how Los Angeles theater can benefit women’s reproductive rights today.
jean paul gaultier on making his childhood dreams come true
Ahead of the opening of 'The One', a stage production with costumes designed by Jean Paul Gaultier, we speak to the famous provocateur about the inspirations and ideas behind the clothes.
‘bounce,’ a basketball opera tackling america’s gun problem
i-D meets the cast of the youth-led theater production touring the basketball courts of the US with a message of nonviolence — and a score cowritten by Ansel Elgort.
lupita nyong’o wrote a list of things to know before you see her on broadway in ‘eclipsed’
The actress provides a little extra education and some heartfelt messages to her fans.
courtney love gets rave reviews in a new rock opera
Courtney Love stars in a well-reviewed rock opera by Todd Almond, for one week only in New York.