‘Quilters’ uses song to tell stories of hardworking female pioneers
Paulina Salas uses a gun and a passion for revenge to extract a confession from a man whom she believes years ago presided over her torture when she was held as a political prisoner.
Don’t be late or heckle JR Redwater at one of his shows.
“Yjastros! Vivimos!” will celebrate the resiliency of flamenco in the company’s first season since last year’s devastating fire destroyed its headquarters.
Halloween falling on a Friday night is awesome enough, but tonight many area casinos are aiming to outdo each other with their macabre celebrations.
For Artistic Director Anthony Barrese this was a labor of passion, perhaps obsession. But labor certainly and nonetheless a formidable… more »
It was called the Green Fairy. Absinthe, with its wormwood and high alcohol content, was blamed a century ago for… more »
Aerial artists dare to defy gravity
Joseph Marcell’s King Lear is no doddering old fool.
Be careful what you wish for.
Play explores man revisiting old flames
When it came time to choreograph her original piece, dancer Ariel Burge shape-shifted her silhouette onto three soloists.