Honoring veterans in words and music while preparing for the holidays are the focus of the next two meetings of the Rainbow Seniors, proving LGBT life can be vibrant and rewarding at any age.
Abigail Disney writes about what motivated her to make her stunning film The Armor of Light. It follows an Evangelical minister and the mother of a teenage shooting victim who ask, is it possible to be both pro-gun and pro-life?
I was able to view this program ahead of its scheduled premiere on Nov. 13, and if you love the theatre, you won’t want to miss this one. It has everything: laughs, nostalgia and real human emotion.
In casting the musical for New York City, Public Theater announced it is casting a wide net for actors and singers who identify as transgender.
This Saturday you can preview the future of American musical theatre, thanks to the Sundance Institute and Mass MoCA whose residency is designed for their development.
Under the new deal, Stewart will view current events through his unique prism. Working with cloud graphics company OTOY Inc., its new technology will allow him to produce timely short-form digital content worthy of repeat viewing.
Artistic Director Kristen van Ginhoven has found yet another play to delight audiences while carrying forward WAM Theatre’s philanthropic mission. We peek inside a performance.