What makes a 15-year-old from Mitcham, south London, leave her ordinary schoolgirl existence to travel to Syria and become a “jihadi bride”? This is the central question posed in Nyla Levy’s drama, which
Mary-Louise Parker will return to Broadway this fall to star in “The Sound Inside,” a two-character play about a professor with a difficult diagnosis and a creative writing student with a lot to say. play,
When Alanis Morissette released her era-defining Jagged Little Pill LP in 1995, she never anticipated the wave it would cause. “I was 19 when I was writing a lot of these songs and I just knew that I excited
Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio are just two of the A-listers heading up Quentin Tarantino's upcoming film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. The movie follows a TV actor (DiCaprio) and his stunt double (Pitt)
Choreographer Stephanie Martinez is a chameleon. She spent much of her performance career at River North Dance Chicago, and upon retirement began creating dances for contemporary and hip-hop companies
Choreographer Pam Tanowitz has been quietly plying her trade in New York for more than two decades. She now arrives for the first time in London with Four Quartets, the first authorised dance version TS
So this is kind of a random one, but stick with me. Bryan Cranston, best known as Walter White on Breaking Bad, is currently starring in a Broadway stage production of Network, based on the 1976 movie.
The seaside town of “Feral,” a production by Tortoise in a Nutshell that opened at 59E59 Theaters on Wednesday, is easily recognizable. With its quaint streets, attractive shops and effortless charm, might