If Castle Rock is intended to be a commentary on Trump’s not-so-great America, well, what better genre than horror to spread the angst?
This is a non-union production, and that means the actors are being paid a fraction of what they would be getting if the tour were offering performers a union contract.
Arts Fuse critics select the best in film, dance, visual art, theater, music, and author events for the coming weeks.
Parasite’s powerful vision of the existentially downtrodden offers equal nods to Karl Marx and Fyodor Dostoyevsky.
“I wrote those poems because I think people need to read the truth and to hear the truth about romantic sensibilities between gay people.”
Black + White from the Fernanda Ghi Dance Company was provocative, dramatic, and oh-so-mysterious.
“What is the function of literary criticism in a Disinformation Age? Read, reread, describe, evaluate, appreciate: that is the art of literary criticism for the present time.” — Harold Bloom
This is a wonderfully readable book, sure-footed in its scholarship but hip and occasionally hilarious in its tone.
Like Breaking Bad, El Camino subtly suggests that justice is a relative concept.
Jeremy O. Harris’s bold new play is wildly provocative and hysterically funny.