At the Doris Duke Theatre this coming week is Honji Wang and Sébastien Ramirez in Monchichi; seen in this photo by Nika Kramer.
“There is a huge audience for a good whodunit on a hot summer’s night,” says Gail Burns, who notes that while talky, “This is a cerebral mystery,…that keeps you guessing right up until Miss Marple does her magic in the final scene.”
The Clark Art Institute is a beautiful museum spread across 140-acre of grounds which celebrates the arts in a beautiful rural setting. This summer Van Gogh and James McNeil Whistler welcome visitors at this Berkshire destination that is worth a trip all by itself, but it is only the first of many things you must do while here.
El Reno is a medium security prison facility located in central Oklahoma, which houses 1,300 inmates convicted of violating federal law.
Grabbing a cellphone from an audience member yesterday, LaPone vents her frustration, and is joined by fellow actor Jonathan Groff, conductor Alan Gilbert and audience members like you and me.
Triple Pulitzer Prize winner Stephen Kurkjian knows more about the Gardner robbery than just about anyone. In the 25 years since the Rembrandts, Degas and Monet disappeared, not one of the missing treasures has reappeared.
A major celebration that brings Michelle Obama together with 50 theatre companies and 50 new plays by women in the nation’s capitol.