“Living With…,” produced by the NYU Steinhardt Drama Therapy program, highlights the stories of newly diagnosed and long-term HIV/AIDS survivors through theatre and music.
Mike Gorman’s new play uses “Moby-Dick” as a metaphor to examine the opioid crisis’ effects on a New England commercial fishing town.
Harvey Fierstein’s tale of a drag queen’s search for love and family returns to Broadway 36 years after its premiere.
“American Son,” a new Broadway play, highlights the racial in divide in the United States, however, Washington’s Performance doesn’t meet expectations.
Is art made by bad people still worth our time?
Tisch New Theater's production of "Next to Normal" delivers a beautiful and heartbreaking performance rooted in themes of loss, mental illness and family.
Part of NYU's ongoing Karl Marx Festival, "P Project" is a completely immersive performance that puts Marx's theories of capitalism into practice through audience interaction and exchange of cash.
WSN talks to the director of Skirball and curator of the upcoming Karl Marx Festival.