Strong characters and a focus on first-generation immigrant problems make for a compelling show
Centaur Theatre gives you a reason to go outside with its offerings for the 19th annual Wildside Festival.
A NIghtmare for Oberon, Sex Drugs and Kurt Weil, and In Search of Mrs. Pirandello give very different perspectives on what puts the W in Woman.
Poverty, drugs, and complicated relationships at heart of show that could take place as easily in 1936 as today.
Director Lauren Stone’s new show looks at mental illness through updated fairy tales.
New web series Sex and Ethnicity was so appealing to Ici TV, that they’re airing all eight episodes. Creator and star Michaela Di Cesare talks about how the show evolved.