The north in "Into the Beautiful North" isn't just a direction: It's an ideal, a muse, a half-realized but ever-enticing prize, and an identity everybody wants to wrap themselves in without quite knowing what it is.
In his latest money-grabbing email to followers, Tony Perkins of the anti-LGBT hate group Family Research Council is making it very clear to the misguided faithful: the gays are coming to take away your freedom, so donate to us and vote Republican.
Premier trumpeter Terence Blanchard returned to Philadelphia for a stellar one-night only concert at the Annenberg Center with his band The E-Collective.
Rabb has seemed for some time to be on the cusp of recognition as one of the country's best novelists. This latest tale arrives with a series of encomia from famous contemporaries
This all-female reboot has an all-star cast but doesn't quite harness the prodigious comedic chops.
Obie Award winner Adam Bock presents the world premiere of the poignant new drama, "A Life," starring Tony- and Emmy-Award winner David Hyde Pierce.
Berkeley Rep's "The Last Tiger in Haiti" is about child slavery, not in the past, but today, in the form of hundreds of thousands of Haitian children.
He hasn't appeared on a Fort Worth stage in 18 years, but the new production of "The Phantom of the Opera" that opened Friday night at Bass Performance Hall is worth the wait.
To put it bluntly,
"The Infiltrator" was a crushing disappointment.
The right creative director or fashion designer manages to capture the inspiration and the spirit of the musical artist.