From our December print feature, '2016: The Year in Review'
What to do this weekend—and beyond!—in Seattle
The story—which follows the manipulations and maneuverings of Marquise de Merteuil and Vicomte de Valmont, members of pre-revolutionary France’s 18th century royal court—is a familiar one, yet still timely
Members of this African-American family, living in a tenement-like apartment in Chicago’s South Side, are over-worked, underpaid, struggling to make it through the day and hoping for a better, more rewarding and enriching existence.
Mickey Rowe overcomes disability, levels the playing field through theater
A Raisin in the Sun, Dining Among the Dead, and more of the best in theater!
The Harvard Exit, which screened its final film in mid-January, didn’t start out as an art house movie theater.
The messenger angel in Tony Kushner’s play Angels in America makes a famously big entrance when she first appears—crashing through the roof of an apartment building to convey her prophecy to a gay man struggling with AIDS in 1980s Manhatt