Sufjan Stevens bares his heart and soul, and again delivers a collection of beautiful songs on his elegaic tenth album.
Like 'The Boys,' Prime's magnificent spin-off 'Gen V' is filled with outrageous carnage, crazy satire, and strikingly deeper meaning.
"Down Low" director Rightor Doyle gives us the lowdown on why he begged for a shot to make this dark and daring queer comedy
Kylie Minogue's latest album is a welcome return to form that plays to all her strengths.
The new Off-Broadway play "Swing State" serves up a potent warning about America's volatility.
'The Chosen' packs an emotional punch as it probes the differences in how two friends' families live their faith.
Pedro Pascal and Ethan Hawke star as cowboys with a romantic past in Pedro Almodóvar's breathtaking queer short, "Strange Way of Life."
Gordon Greenberg and Steve Rosen's zippy and zany "Dracula: A Comedy of Terrors" hits all the right comic veins.
The marvelous madcap humor outpaces all other emotional impact in Signature's production of "King of the Yees."
The Shakespeare Theatre's "Evita" rises above a reductive storyline with sumptuous design and imaginative staging.
Nilo Cruz stages a beautifully surrealist production of his forbidden romance "Bathing in Moonlight" at GALA.
Years after its original conception, a parody of James Cameron's classic, Titanic, continues to tickle Off-Broadway audiences
Allison Russell explores what it means to deliberately thrive on her beautifully crafted sophomore album.
Mosaic's "Monumental Travesties" treads through difficult race-relations territory and still comes out laughing.
A random encounter on a nudist beach sets off a darkly hilarious chain of events in Sebastián Silva's "Rotting in the Sun."