Spring show 'We Have Ourselves' engages with gentrification, privacy, diaspora, Black history, and the right to experience happiness.
Working through personal tragedy and the onset of war, the French impressionist deepened his exploration of nature and his own garden.
Two installments of playwright Mfoniso Udofia's acclaimed nine-play Ufot Family Cycle—'In Old Age" and 'Her Portmanteau'—come to the Magic Theatre and ACT Strand.
Cutting Ball Theatre's Ariel Craft on the pleasures and challenges of staging a 100-year-old play about sex—including hiring an 'intimacy coordinator.'
Michael A. Curry plays a Black freshman under pressure at Princeton in Anna Ziegler's play about a fraught encounter.
The playwright's latest, at San Francisco Playhouse, joyfully takes on mindfulness and commercialism.
Colin Thomson portrays NYC's Mayor LaGuardia, a Republican who embraced immigrants' rights, stood with unions, and still gets sampled in hip-hop.
Singer Anthony Mordechai Tzvi Russell reactivates a bedrock of American music: Black people and Jews jamming together.
Actor Benjamin Ismail describes the challenging rewards of bringing Ovid's myths to the stage—in a pool of water.
From DJs to designers, the institution hands over the programming reins to the younger generation on Sat/9