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Police Shot a Dog That Just Wanted ‘to Play’ With Them

A dog named Missty had a ball in her mouth when she approached a Regina cop, her owner says.
Allison Tierney
8.17.18
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A 'Twilight Zone' Play Is Coming This Year

The show is set to open at London's Almeida Theater in December.
River Donaghey
7.18.17
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Michael Moore Is Bringing an Anti-Trump Show to Broadway

'The Terms of My Surrender'—part rant, part comedy—will run for 12 weeks beginning in August.
Drew Schwartz
5.1.17
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Kidnap Kid Turns Moby’s Seminal “Natural Blues” Even Bluer in New Remix

The British producer brings the 1999 single into present day.
Krystal Rodriguez
12.2.16
Stuff

A New Play Explores What It’s Like to Live with HIV

It's a very modern look at an epidemic that is sometimes, mistakenly, thought of as a thing of the past.
Amelia Abraham
9.19.16
Features

Omar S' Sister Directed a Play About the Secret History of Detroit Techno

Robbie Taylor grew up with techno greats when they were teens and it was still called "progressive music."
Michelle Lhooq
6.27.16
Features

Moby's New Memoir Is as Neurotic—And Stubbornly Optimistic—As the Man Himself

In his new column Off the Record, rave historian Michaelangelo Matos reviews Moby's new memoir, 'Porcelain.'
Michaelangelo Matos
6.22.16
Health

'Blue/Orange' Is a Play About Black Men’s Mental Health, Brought to Life by a Former DJ

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.
Olivia Marks
5.18.16
Culture

How to Write a 'Radical' Play About Mao, Modern Politics, and the Chinese Revolution

We Spoke to Anders Lustgarten about his epic new play 'The Sugar Coated Bullets of the Bourgeoisie.'
Rose Lewenstein
4.18.16
Culture

How to Make a Play About Technology as Human as Possible

'Darknet' opens this week at London's Southwark Playhouse. Playwright Rose Lewenstein and director Russell Bender discuss their creative process.
Amelia Dimoldenberg
4.12.16
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A Throat-Slitting Scene in a 'Sweeney Todd' High School Play Went Very Wrong

Two teenagers suffered real cuts from a real razor as a result of a serious prop mishap, but both are out of the hospital.
Spencer Fox
4.7.16
UK Garage

We Spoke to the Writer Behind a UK Garage Themed Play

Sabrina Mahfouz's production is set in 2001, the halycon days of Britain, Blair and bouncing BPMs.
Tom Usher
3.16.16
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