Michael Kaye and Jim Petosa on Nazi Drama 'Good' :: The Persistent Past, the Potential Future, and the Role of Theatre
This election season has colored the programming of area theaters, but New Rep's production of Cecil Philip Taylor's drama "Good," in which a decent German man descends into Nazism, may be the post pointed -- and potent -- clarion call of all.
Thousands of tattoo fans descended on East London last weekend for the annual International London Tattoo Convention 2016.
One of the most-anticipated exhibits at The Smithsonian's Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C., is a casket that carried the body of Emmett Till 61 years ago.
The opera itself might not be the most dramatic story on the stage. Jan Crawford reports on the remarkable journey of a rising opera star, Ryan Speedo Green.
At its heart this film is a sweet love story, but around the margins are stories of other sorts -- funny, dramatic, tragic, all of them human and uplifting.
Some call it "ivory on wings," part of the bill of a critically endangered bird in Southeast Asia that is sought by poachers and carved into ornaments for illegal sale to Chinese buyers.
Unless it does more, the United States probably will fall short of goals set under last year's Paris agreement to dramatically reduce emissions of heat-trapping gases, according to a new study.
A former Verizon Wireless technician is accused of using the company's computers to obtain customers' private call records - plus data showing where customers' phones were - and then selling them to an unnamed private investigator.
With designer goods available online anytime, luxury retailers are adding more amenities and personal touches for in-person shopping.
Can serenity come from suffering? For that matter, can serenity be found in New York City, specifically, in this case, the Bronx?