The Broadway revival of "Lips Together, Teeth Apart" is now postponed indefinitely due to her sudden departure. WNYC recently spoke to her about the show. Watch the video.
Suzan-Lori Parks' new play tells the story of a step-mother trying to repair her family at odds. Read more.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author discusses his latest play, "The Human Scale." Watch the video.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the theater company's latest show, "Whatever, Heaven Allows," at P.S. 122. Watch the video.
Your dreams can be part of a new song-cycle, devoted to stories about war. Contribute here.
Dreams die. Love hurts. One performance artist wants to take your pain away — and he makes house calls. Watch the video.
Check out this revolving door of cultural luminaries; it's a chance to remember some of the highlights of 2009's best theater, film and books.
A studio visit with composer Marvin Hamlisch. A retirement home for former entertainers. A debate about race in the theater. Those were some of the top stories from Kurt Andersen, and Studio 360, this year.
A selection of events for the weekend of Dec. 18 to 20.
"At the end of the play, we left the theater knowing almost nothing about the characters internal lives or even their back stories."
A selection of cultural events to populate the weekend.
Boy meets girl at train station. Boy and girl fall in love on the spot. Boy and girl are already in other relationships. Tortured affair ensues.
Tell us, and each other, what made your year. Name the best music, film, food, book or cultural experience you had in 2009. We're reading your choices on WNYC all month long.
Should deaf characters only be played by deaf actors? Some deaf actors are protesting a new play that features a hearing actor performing a deaf character. WNYC's Janaya Williams reports.