Blending pop-culture references -- from The Wild One to Shakespeare to Freudian therapy -- playwright David Davalos sets his dynamic comedy in 1517 Germany.
The film looks like a busy desktop from 2007, and has a compulsive ADD vibrancy to it, complete with virus warnings, sticky notes, multiple windows, spastic video games, webcams, kittens and text messages.
We're still curious about rebellions against imperial power, be they Victorian or modern. The authoritarianism of forms, political and aesthetic, draws artists like red flags draw bulls.
In the first of what I hope and believe will be many farewell tours, the Pogues are performing for their annual lead-up to St. Patrick's Day.
So many things went wrong during one of the press nights for the revival of this comedy directed by Michael Bush.
Even though St. Patty's Day is arguably a holiday with no age cut-off, there is a societal expiration date for public booze-fests. How old is too old for early morning beer drinking and day-long public intoxication?
A photographic print has two surfaces. The back side, or verso, can reveal just as much of a photograph's life story.
New York City has become a city for the rich and the poor for national and local economic reasons that have nothing to do with preservation.
Marcel Dzama is the most renowned draftsman of his generation. But that distinction is not enough: he also makes sculptures and dioramas, directs mus...
Ever challenging, provocative, and fun, The Garage Theatre celebrates its venerable first decade with a production of Ethan Coen's Almost An Evening.
NEW YORK--Ingrid Homberg, the 59-year-old woman whom a police officer roughly ejected from Gagosian's Anselm Kiefer show last year after she became en...
Long before there was television's American Idol, there was Amateur Night at the Apollo, and aspiring performers knew what the reward was.
Whether it's a stencil, a wheat-pasted drawing, or even a framed photo glue-gunned to a wall, Street Artists show us that it is all about love, as you...
Kurt Weill could mix European-style music with Broadway razzle-dazzle. But for music lovers, Weill is probably best known for numbers such as "The September Song," being performed this January.