It's been 16 years since this play was first staged, and it remains a crucial and urgent a depiction of race, mental health, ethnocentricity, and power.
Lin-Manuel Miranda's new Broadway play 'Hamilton: An American Musical' is inventive, educational, and also really, really good.
The irreverent, possibly genius show features necrophilia, the Holocaust, 9/11, Kony 2012, kidnapping, pedophilia, suicide, mariticide, masturbation, infidelity committed with ghosts, and all things Debra.
Yaël Farber's play Nirbhaya focuses on a Delhi gang rape, but it doesn't attempt to reduce the unspeakable, amorphous horror of the event into a neat or palatable narrative.
Sheila Heti's unstageable play, All Our Happy Days Are Stupid, brings Canadian collaboration, clumsiness, and joyful absurdity to the Kitchen.
Things have got slightly better since Shakespeare's time, I guess.
This week, I attended the London production of Speed-the-Plow, David Mamet’s satirical take on the American movie business, which stars Lindsay Lohan as a mysterious girl with nothing to bank on except her sexuality.
It’s seemingly impossible for a person to try their hand at everything without completely sucking at at least something. This apparently doesn’t apply to Spike Jonze as the director, producer, screenwriter, actor, skater, impressive dancer, etc. etc...
The guy who wrote the film Sexy Beast has a story in our June fiction issue, so we had fiction writer April Ayers Lawson interview him. As suspected, he's brilliant and...
His work is so busy applauding other people’s work, that it seems only fitting that a celebration of his pop culture cut-and-paste meanderings would be spooled together for our live theater viewing pleasure in a town that’s constantly talking about how...