What Danai Gurira Learned About Voting From Her Zimbabwean Upbringing

The actress and playwright joined “The Carlos Watson Show,” along with playwright Heidi Schreck, to stress the importance of voting.

Getting to the Dance With Debbie Allen

Debbie Allen, a creative presence in public life over the last 40 years, visits “The Carlos Watson Show.

The Manila Theater Group Sharing Erotic Tales

Deus Sex Machina is showing how sexy comedy can teach us a lot about sex positivity.


The Carlos Watson Show

The Carlos Watson Show brings bold, impactful conversations with culture-defining celebrities, intellectual pioneers and changemakers, spotlighting the voices you need to hear to make sense of this important time in American history.

How to See Concerts & Shows for Free During Social Distancing

As you practice social distancing, it's important not to give up on the better parts of life.

Their Take on the Arab Spring Is Remaking Musical Theater

Patrick and Daniel Lazour are ushering in the next generation of music theater by depicting new stories on old stages.

India’s Trans Artists Finally Take Center Stage

India’s trans community is finally taking center stage in the performing arts, through cultural events, radio shows and growing recognition by cultural bodies.

A New Kind of Storytelling Challenges India's Self-Image

Danish Husain is lifting long-forgotten languages and making a political statement.

A ‘Hamilton’ Alum Seeks a Smash on Broadway … and in Hollywood

The multitalented writer Khiyon Hursey is crafting musicals and more on both coasts.

When Guerrilla Groups Act on Stage With Their Enemies

Members from enemy groups and victims of their violence come together in a remarkable show about forgiveness in Colombia.


When Katty Met Carlos

From the BBC and OZY comes a fresh perspective on the debate about America’s future as a nation and its relation to the world during the 2020 US election.

Get Your Heart Pumping With Paris' Live Thriller

This interactive theater experience, amid terrifying visuals and music, will scare you out of your wits.

This Intense Play About Euthanasia Asks the Audience: Guilty or Innocent?

Each night on stage, a doctor convicted for practicing euthanasia in Spain puts himself on trial.

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