This is a wonderful novel about a pressing humanitarian subject, Syrian refugees and the people who helped, as well as an exploration of identity and loss and triumph.
It seems the right time for The Slip to answer the perennial calls for a reunion.
This wholly original period piece crackles with energy, humor, and pathos.
Halka struts its stuff, impressively, in this new recording with an all-Polish cast conducted by internationally renowned Gabriel Chmura.
BLKS is a bouncing, romping, profanity-laced, and sex-filled roller coaster — but it also has an important message for those who are not Black femme sisters
Manfred Honeck and the Pittsburgh Symphony have ways of digging into the music and providing new perspectives on it such that their recordings are, by and large, can’t-miss events.
“I’m hoping people will revisit Otto Preminger’s movies because he made some of the best films ever made in America.”
This portrait of Princess Diana interweaves facts with fantasies to create an impressionistic profile of a troubled woman trapped in a golden cage.
Each month, our arts critics — music, book, theater, dance, and visual arts — fire off a few brief reviews.
Collectively, Terra Femme’s footage provides a window — or really, a suite of windows — that allows us to view a bygone world through the eyes of silent female gazers.