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By the time our theaters reopen, which artists will be left standing? Let us revisit the ancient notion of the acting company.
Remembering a period of history that was downright cruel, especially in regard to women's health -- and the woman who exposed it all.
All else aside, writes William J. Mann, the actor was "a voice in the wilderness warning about the celebrity culture he spied coming down the tracks."
How the surprisingly under-the-radar Ed Norton film "Motherless Brooklyn" represents the very best of contemporary American neo-noir.
Come to the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, CT, for an evening with artist Alexis Rockman and Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter David Abel of the Boston Globe.
In the 1970s, William Christenberry, along with his friend and fellow Southerner William Eggleston, was responsible for the acceptance of color photography as fine...
Welcome to a 2019 fantasy history play about a 1979 White House experience that might have been.
The story of Mabel Loomis Todd -- first editor of Emily Dickinson's poetry and much more -- opens Off-Broadway with the timeless Kathleen Chalfant.
"We have to move from tokenism to transformation..." For the future-forward American museum, that process appears to be underway.
Harris' play is so scattershot that his many points, and the fireworks that generate, remain unhappily in chains.
But why salt so much dialogue with, like, annoyingly contemporary expressions?
How 24 newspaper writers teamed up 50 years ago to create the sex-soaked novel "Naked Came the Stranger."
For the quincentenary of his 1519 death, a dazzling display of exhibitions and new books honor the master's capacious vision.
The story of the first Black deputy US marshal west of the Mississippi is coming to the screen.
June is not the only month in which we should have these conversations.
With the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) under right-wing attack, Mary Kathryn Nagle sounds the alarm.
If your art cannot get done in the hours you have budgeted for it, you have lied. To everyone.
Danny Rocco's sprawling experimental history play proves that everything new is old again.
Frédéric Tcheng’s documentary retraces the rise and fall of an iconic, enigmatic American designer.