Arts & Culture
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Ong Keng Sen talks about his new production of 'Diaspora' which uses personal stories and multimedia to explore migration, displacement and notions of home.
The classic American musical West Side Story is back on Broadway - but this is the first time that mainstream audiences have been able to watch a bilingual version. BBC reporter Andrew Purcell examines whether this is enough to make the story relevant again.
The BBC's James Copnall takes us to Morocco, and to the first Cabaret club in Marrakech.
Written by Lorraine Hansberry 50 years ago, A Raisin in the Sun has become one of the greatest American dramas of the 20th Century.
American-born Taiwanese Stan Lai talks to Harriett Gilbert about his plays Writing in Water and The Village.
Almost 40 years ago in Britain, a Nigerian immigrant was found dead in a river. An investigation found that David Oluwale had endured months of police brutality. Writer Kester Aspden's book The Hounding of David Oluwale has inspired a new play.
Voted Most Promising Playwright at the London Evening Standards Theatre awards, the young American writer tells The Strand about his troubled upbringing and it's affect on his writing.
Obama: The Musical, a new hotly awaited show opens in Nairobi, Kenya.
Iraq's National Theatre reopens in Baghdad after five years.
Irish poet Seamus Heaney and West Indian writer Derek Walcott have teamed up to produce an opera.