The musical adaptation of Robert James Waller’s bestseller is graced with lush music and great voices, but not quite enough tears
Do you believe in life after cancellation?
Allen’s one-act comedic opera Gianna Schicchi will be staged in Madrid in June 2015
What Sleep No More hath wrought: a lot of sound and fury signifying rather little
Watch as New York City Ballet fans interact with French artist JR’s new installation
Rebecca Gilman examines a child-custody battle, and shows her spiritual link to a feminist pioneer
From page to screen to stage, Annie Proulx’s story of two ranchers in love still has an audience
There’s one final chance to see the famed rock band before they part ways forever
Songwriter’s storied career colored 20th century America
Singer Courtney Love prevailed in court Friday, as a jury determined that a tweet she posted about her ex-attorney was not defamatory, the Associated Press reported.
The case, in a trial lasted eight days, stemmed from a 2010 Twitter posting in which the Hole frontwoman hinted that the attorney, Rhonda Holmes, was “bought …
Shakespeare’s theater gets a sister space
“Wrecking Ball” singer to air in late January
His death follows months of failing health