A powerful document about the persecution of an American icon and the government that tried to destroy him.
As we move into the 21st Century, with the Climate Crisis and consumerism on the rise, the Shaker’s “less is so much more” sensibility takes on even more significance, practical as well as spiritual.
How do you make filmed opera relevant in the Age of COVID? The BLO isolated the performers from one another and made E.A. Poe’s story the dream of an immigrant child in detention on the US/Mexico border.
These essays aren’t overly scientific; instead, they remind us, with a gentle nudge, to take delight in nature, to pay attention to it, to be observant.
Pieces of a Woman is an affecting film about the depths of mourning highlighted by Vanessa Kirby’s gut-wrenching lead performance.
While the film is determinedly called “Herself “(“you got this, girl…”), the subtitle could equally have been “It Takes a Village…”
Those who value serious journalism (as well as the rights of journalists) should be quite worried about just how lethally Boston Globe management is attempting to undercut the newspaper’s union.
Mint Theater Company’s choice to revive Days to Come is more intriguing than Lillian Hellman’s muddled play.
Surviving Death’s balance between personal experiences and scientific theories makes the series unexpectedly provocative.
BBC’s The Repair Shop is about hard work and mending battered psyches.