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Christian Campbell is a superb actor and a gorgeous spirit.
NEW YORK CITY | Anthony Chisholm is a quintessential August Wilson actor. I sat with with Chisholm to talk about Wilson; in…
Fergie is a rarity: a pop star who willingly stepped out of the spotlight for years then hopped back in without missing a beat.
DISCLOSURES by BRUNO ISAKOVIĆ is a performance that invites people to share their stories, fears and confidences, demystifying borders of privacy and nakedness as they strip away their clothes.
Access Broadway | It was a private affair. Closed to the general public. Click here to see private pics and an insider’s view of this year’s New York Drama Critics’ Circle Awards party.
Jose Llana releases his debut solo recording album, “Altitude,” on Yellow Sound Label. Today, on Monday, May 16, at 9:30 pm, Llana offers another solo debut, this time at a Joe’s Pub concert gig at The Public Theater. This event marks a return to the home of his Lortel Award-nominated portrayal of President Ferdinand Marcos in The Public’s Off-Broadway smash hit, “Here Lies Love,” by David Byrne and Fat Boy Slim.
Although Lara Foot of South Africa has already made great strides, she regards becoming the protégée of Sir Peter Hall as “the opportunity of a lifetime.” “This gave me the chance to extend my skill as a director,” she said. “The theatre industry in South Africa is struggling, and it desperately needs to be nurtured.”
What, for the love of Bacchus, did the avant-garde director Robert Wilson possibly know about writing — in Argentinian-Spanish language? The pairing of Wilson and dramatist Federico Leon puts you in a querulous mindset when it comes to suitably matching mentor with protégé.
“La Verità” channels a kaleidoscope of Dali’s vision. Ideas, images and human bodies collide. Thirteen acrobats play instruments, sing, juggle, contort, clown and can-can among unfurling flowers, distorting shadows, ladders suspended in empty space, impossible balances, feathers and sequins.
According to the new statistical report, “MCC Theater was the only theatre studied that hired no minority actors at all this season,” the report said.
“Of course, the major mentors were certain writers. I think in the early 1950s it was French and American literature — in my case, Faulkner. I think Faulkner was the first writer I read with a pen and a piece of paper, trying to devise the way in which he organized time, space, points of view.”
Soyinka says about Winch, “She has one unfair advantage — with me, that is — of being a single mother. It struck me that she needed the break more than the others. Unfair to the others, I admit, and even irrational.”
“I’m not a chatty mentor,“ says Toni Morrison. “I’m a working mentor. I can’t talk about nothing. I have to have stuff. It’s not like working with a dancer, who comes in to the teacher every day and can be told: ‘Straighten your leg’.”
South African Airways Fares announces discounted flights to Johannesburg starting at just $1,299.00. These Freedom Day Fares are available for travel June 1 through August 10, 2016.
This special section consists of selection of 8 real-life stories about fostering new dreams where once there were none.
J. D. Daniels’s essays reveal a sharp, ironic intelligence and a keen sense of rhythm. His work has an exhilarating nimbleness, the ability to pivot or shift within a sentence and open up new territory.
After Kanye West thanked Adidas for supporting him and “paying for this” (the show), a large section of the crowd started to chant “Fuck Nike!”
Creative director Lubov Azria fesses up to pushing the brand’s unapologetic sexiness to take punk risks.
People ask, “Why the name Kréyol? Is it just a Haitian thing?” Well, yes, to some extent. But the concept may be larger and broader than its origins.
Lace-weaving is a dying art. A new signature clothing line for women is helping to revitalize it. Sri Lankan tradition-inspired womenswear line KUR laced up NY Fashion Week
Hey there you, fashion models! Before hitting the runway, check out Yulissa’s French-roasted cupcakes at Studio 450.
“I really want to try to thank these two young men if possible. I would love for them to hear somehow how grateful we are,” said Rebecca Bratspies.
“Having a brain injury is not the end — as many doctors and others will try to tell you,” says NYC composer B. Allen Schulz
Which tastes better? Brownies or Cookies? To find out, they did a Bake Off. | Photography by Lyndon Davis
At the time, Clooney was filming the movie “Syriana” in Morocco, playing out a scene where he is tied to a chair and tortured.
One of a handful of women physicians in professional football, she treats such high-profile patients as the Giants’ quarterback Eli Manning, who suffered a head injury.
One midsummer night, three Finnish guys gave me black sausages. Would you eat them?
This is the second half of a 2-part essay. The brand name of Ingmar Bergman is now a system of signs that express other ideas.
So what happened to change the Bergmanian tide? Money and the swift canonization of a once reluctant Swedish dramatist-turned-film-icon are the quick answers.
Broadway Barkada is a collective of professional artists whose mission is to provide a community for the Filipino artist, that cultivates our talents, educates our audiences, and elevates our global impact.
This year’s victims: Brooke Berman, Kenny Finkle, and Kate Moira Ryan will develop new plays. Readings —not productions— of their new plays will be later announced.
By Randy Gener PHILADELPHIA | The 2016 presidential election is not about Democrat or Republican, liberal or conservative policies, but…