Arts Fuse critics select the best in film, dance, visual art, theater, music, and author events for the coming weeks.
The current incarnation of the Swingle Singers, just called Swingles, exemplifies why the group has survived 57 years.
An eclectic round-up of our favorite books of the year from our critics.
“We know what we are, but know not what we may be.” –- Hamlet
The dance revolution of the 1960s and 70s seems to be making a comeback as dancers think about making their performances less artificial, more “natural.”
This year has brought a bumper crop of wonderful recordings of unusual operas — and one unusual recording of a repertory staple: Gounod’s Faust.
Pianist Kris Davis’s Diatom Ribbons and the multi-disc set Nat King Cole’s Hittin’ the Ramp: The Early Years (1936-43) are among the albums that made more than one list.
Dark Waters may not be Todd Haynes’ most beautiful film, but it may yet prove to be among his most important.
Even with my caveats, A Hidden Life raises filmmaking to heights that will thrill Terrence Malick fans.
The very people that George Will is trying to appeal to are evidently quite happy to be drunk on the power that their brutishness has created.