Performance has been connected to political causes but does it have an impact?
Choreography collides with VR, allowing viewers to take in a production from all angles
Pioneering technology enables ballet to move into modern times.
A Parisian dance production utilizes virtual imagery to help create the set.
The musical's success owes as much to its clever use of Twitter and Facebook as anything that happens on stage.
The singer will perform six dates in the French capital, including four gigs in a circus tent on an island on the Seine river.
Award-winning architect adds a touch of abstract to a set design for Don Giovanni using crumpled paper.
White Rabbit, Red Rabbit, by Nassim Soleimanpour, who is not allowed to leave Iran, has no director, no rehearsals and no set. Viewers participate through mobile emails to the scriptwriter in Tehran.
Critics everywhere have been slow to innovate, yet the digital world – from Pinterest to geotagging – offers ever-expanding possibilities.
Does sleeping in mid-air make your dreams more exciting? The Guardian's Lyn Gardner joins a surreal project in the Norfolk woods and reports back.
Indie rock band, TV on the Radio, played a free concert high above a NY crowd last night.