Drawing the Line is grounded in the work of ethicists and psychologists. Its prose is clear and its arguments systematic. But every avenue of investigation only opens up another pathway that ends as a cul-de-sac or doubles back on itself.
It is about time that the filmmaking industry is forced to seriously grapple with issues of sustainability.
I consider composer Frederick Rzewski the most profound and persistent explorer of how to address injustice through the use of sophisticated compositional tools.
Locked-Out MET Stagehands and Skilled Craftspeople ,Joined by Union Supporters, Launch First-of-Its-kind Interactive “Virtual Picket Line.”
Arts Fuse writers continue their countdown of great music celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and this month’s list includes Leonard Bernstein, Leon Russell, The Faces, Carla Bley, and Rod Stewart.
Boston’s independent theatres and music venues are joining thousands from around the country to call on the Small Business Administration to immediately release Shuttered Venue Operators Grant funds.
Each month, our arts critics — music, book, theater, dance, and visual arts — fire off a few brief reviews.
“I don’t work the system anymore, except as a last resort: I aim instead to bypass it. The better I have gotten at circumventing gatekeepers, the more successful my writing career has been.”
We want to hear the music and see the show — so sharpen your pencil and get that dough.
With apologies to the Swan of Avon.