The Twilight Zone is making its return to television. Here’s a guide to some of the classics you should watch in anticipation of a new trip to the fifth dimension.
A new wave of Black playwrights has upended the myth of the singular genius, even as tokenism and constraining expectations persist.
Their partnership has brought Chicago some great theatre, once folks got past confusing their names.
Shut Up and Dribble has a thought-provoking premiere.
American Players Theatre’s production of Athol Fugard’s play about mixed-race brothers has raised thorny questions about representation.
Their instruments can evoke every color of the rainbow, but the designers are still overwhelmingly white and male.
In the company of the jazz group Trio 3, pianist-composer Vijay Iyer, who is a bandleader, producer, Harvard professor and 2013 MacArthur Fellow, feels humbled.
Interactive theater can be stressful. Mercifully, “The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart,” which opens Thursday at Spoleto Festival USA, promises a far more relaxed immersive experience.
Andrea Cigni’s production of “Pia de’ Tolomei,” a 19th-century opera by Gaetano Donizetti that has its origins in Dante's "Purgatory," comes to the United States after playing limited engagements at three theaters in Italy in late 2017 and early 2018.