Topic: Theater

YEREVAN/TORONTO — Lara Arabian is a trilingual artist by way of Beirut, upstate New York and Paris. She completed her acting training at the Banff/Citadel Professional Theatre Program and has[...]

YEREVAN / MOSCOW OBLAST — Artak Harutyunyan (born 1972, Hoktember village, Armenia) is a multi-hyphenated circus artist: clown, tightrope walker, juggler, magician and musical eccentric. As a teenager, he participated[...]

YEREVAN/NEW YORK — Director, writer, producer Michael Barakiva of Israeli-Armenian descent, was born in Haifa, Israel and grew up in the suburbs of New Jersey. He attended Vassar College, and[...]

YEREVAN — Actor and director Arthur Haroyan was born in Vanadzor, Armenia and studied at the Russian Language and Literature Department of the Pedagogical Institute. From 1999 to 2008, he[...]

TENAFLY, N.J. — On Saturday, May 13, 2023, the Tekeyan Cultural Association (TCA) Mher Megerdchian Theatrical Group (MMTG) kicked off its 25th anniversary celebrations with a gala banquet at the[...]

LONDON — Neil McPherson (born in London, 1969) is British artistic director and playwright. Between 1991 and 1994, he trained as an actor at the Central School of Speech and[...]

OSHKOSH, Wis. — Richard Kalinoski is not Armenian, yet three of his works — including the most famous — deal with tragic chapters of Armenian history. “I’m proud of each[...]

By Maydaa Nadar Special to the Mirror-Spectator ALEXANDRIA, Egypt — Armenian-Egyptian actress Nora Armani in October received the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 38th Alexandria Mediterranean Film Festival. Armani relates[...]

(The following is an interview with Arad Entezar, one of the members of  the performance group MokhTalafat, which will stage a play in Yerevan later this month.) Q: Please introduce[...]

NEW YORK — Few non-Armenians at the November 6 performance of Anush Aslibekyan’s 2015 play “Mercedes and Zaruhi” had ever heard of the nerkaght or repatriation movement. In the late[...]