Since the death of Freddie Gray and the protests (then riots) that resulted, artists in Baltimore have responded in various ways. Street art has been one avenue. A prime example, created soon after the disturbances, is a bold mural painted at the intersection where Gray was arrested.
The female-centric 2015-2016 season at Center Stage remains in tact after a change in the lineup. A play by one woman, Charlayne Woodard's "The Night Watcher," will be replaced by Dominique Morisseau's "Detroit '67."
The 2015 Castleton Festival, the perennially enticing venture in rural Virginia founded and directed until his death last year by eminent conductor Lorin Maazel, will offer free online streaming of this season's main events -- "weather and technological issues permitting," as the press release...
There is nothing like a non-linear, non-narrative, non-anything-conventional play to stir up the senses — as long as it's produced intelligently and sensitively. That's what Cohesion Theatre Company and Strand Theater Company provide in an absorbing co-production of "The Pillow Book" by Anna Moench.
Nicholas Hersh couldn't help picking up a baton. It all started in his college student days, back when he thought he was going to be a cellist.
The symphonic world gets periodic jolts from data collected by industry watchdog Drew McManus, who, among other things, keeps tabs on how orchestras spend their money. His latest report on music director compensation is bound to get heads shaking, tongues wagging and Internet comment sections sizzling.
City theater companies to offer readings of dozens of new plays by female writers
Finding oneself is hard enough for us peasants. Pity the offspring of monarchs. They can have an even tougher time, what with all those great expectations to face along the way.