A strike by stagehands leads management to cancel concert featuring violinist Joshua Bell and the Philadelphia Orchestra
Broadway’s new ‘Romeo and Juliet’ hardly seems worth the trouble, but ‘The Glass Menagerie’ soars
The actor, now starring in a biographical play, finds similarities between his ‘Breaking Bad’ character and our 36th President
Has the New York City Opera’s bid to woo new audiences with a tragic tabloid tale backfired?
A new off-Broadway show imagines a post-apocalyptic America where episodes of ‘The Simpsons’ are the coin of the realm
Performed using the “original pronunciation,” the Bard’s work takes on new depth and meaning
Fans of the play on which the upcoming movie is based are crying foul
TIME’s theater critic offers a preview of the shows you won’t want to miss
Grauman’s Chinese Theatre—site of countless movie premieres and three Oscar shows—has been given a high-tech makeover
The famed cultural institution is seeking to raise at least $1 million online by the end of September
Curators in Amsterdam announced today they have discovered a new painting by Vincent Van Gogh, executed during the height of the celebrated artist’s career, The New York Times reports.
Government officials deemed Lamb of God a threat to the faith and morals of the Muslim community
It seems audiences can’t get enough of Victor Hugo’s epic tale of redemption