The voice in Field Music is disciplined, its cagey earthiness unfailingly engaging our attention.
Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom is a stellar artistic accomplishment, a blazingly powerful dramatic experience.
To his credit, Kawaguchi is a canny enough craftsman to give the time tripping cliché a healthy spin.
The Rise is the rare cookbook that does more than offer a culinary and educational journey. It inspires.
Louise Glück crafts her poems with an insinuatingly thorny power that demands the reader pay close attention.
I’ve hated enough people,” Penny Arcade confessed, “I can’t hate anyone new until 2022.”
Reading Sumiteru Taniguchi’s book brought back my memories of meeting a man who had witnessed the unimaginable.
The late Terrence McNally was more than just a masterful playwright. He also forged new roads in musical theater.
Doriot Anthony Dwyer was a virtuoso flutist, one who could coax brightly burnished tones out of the instrument.
An apocalyptic backdrop gives the play urgency, especially given the current worldwide struggle to contain the Corvid-19 virus, which has already claimed thousands of lives.