Throughout history, theater has been a place where the community has looked honestly at what is killing it.
“If you are more critical or try to highlight some of the worst things that happen in America, then you are un-American or anti-American.”
Stuck in a world where regular shopping was rare and live performances extinct, the right path seemed to be the curls and swirls of mentions and references that led to surprising new or little-known artists and fascinating new levels of famous ones.
It is about time that the filmmaking industry is forced to seriously grapple with issues of sustainability.
To his credit, Louis Menand personalizes his historical cast and humanizes ideologies and aesthetics.
Books Promiscuously Read sets a high standard for what might become an exciting new genre of literary criticism for educated general readers.
Perhaps we need to call on Sherlock Holmes in order to resolve the 31-year old “no end in sight” Gardner heist?
The reader comes away from Love’s Next Meeting with an awareness of the rich history of homosexual culture existed long before the Stonewall riots in the summer of ‘69.
I consider composer Frederick Rzewski the most profound and persistent explorer of how to address injustice through the use of sophisticated compositional tools.
John Waters and I were in sync with our favorite in this year’s festival.