Mark Larson explains how he created his 700-page behemoth.
The nostalgic tones don’t resonate quite as fully with the modern music scene as they could.
Dutch Masters and The Undeniable Sound of Right Now ask how much has really changed in politics and music.
Days Like Today, a new musical at Writers Theatre, explores love and commitment—through annoying characters.
My quintessential New York moment? I’m standing beside a sculptor in the Museum of Modern Art gift shop a few days after the Tiananmen Square massacre. Her next piece is […]
An erotic spark would do wonders for Ethan Frome.
Meat, motion don’t jibe in Sex With Strangers.
A review of Fedra: Queen of Haiti, a futuristic retelling of the Phedre myth by J. Nicole Brooks, given its world premiere production at Lookingglass Theatre Company under the direction of Laura Eason.
A review of the First Look Repertory of New Work. Eric Simonson’s Honest, Laura Eason’s Sex with Strangers, and Laura Jacqmin’s Ski Dubai are discussed.