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Advice to the Next Chair of the National Endowment for the...

Four principles to be evangelized.

A Declaration of Independence

When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary...

Steppenwolf Must Die

Steppenwolf has always been cool. So it's hard to argue that they've all but killed American theater.

On Judith A. Dobrzynski and When Arts Leaders Act Like Lemmings

Nothing is a good idea for absolutely everybody.

What Hurricane Sandy Teaches Us About the Arts Community

Resilience is in our DNA. Let's make the most of it.

Careerism in the Theater

The useful, even if artificial, distinction between careerists and artists.

Annie Leibovitz Analyzed by Student

Winner announced in DC Student Arts Journalism Challenge.

Arts in Iran, Syria Bring Soul to Politics, War

Creativity battles homeland and Western aggression.

Questioning Myths: Bread & Puppet Theater’s Peter Schumann

A sobering look at Schumann's past and present.

At Home with Columbus

Artist Tatzu Nishi builds a deluxe apartment in the sky at Columbus Circle.

Olympic Gold Once Honored the Arts

For decades, medals were awarded for architecture, literature, music, painting, and sculpture.

Mars on My Mind

Tom Sachs's Mars mission at the Armory was a delight.

Why Is Composer Andrew Gerle So Enraged?

Auditioning is about what Simon Cowell will soon promote as the "x-factor," and that's as clear as mud.

A Provocative New Documentary Play on MST — Military Sexual Trauma

A docudrama about sexual assault in the U.S. military, based entirely on interviews with American soldiers.

Arts Advocacy Update 163-167: Ah, the Cultural Gift That Keeps on...

A distillation of Arts Watch, the weekly e-blast of Americans for the Arts.

Say Yes to Noir — A Festival at the New School

Embodying a cinematic style of "shadowy expressiveness."

Of Course, Joshua Conkel’s Right: Theatre Is Stratified by Class

The privileged often do excellent work. It's easier when you're not working to pay your bills.

Performing Arts & Arts Policy Town Hall Set for March 21

All these orgs support a proposal for a property tax abatement for NYC nonprofit performing arts.

127 Hours and 17 Days

The people have spoken in 2010 and they want their will enacted.