Before he was Kylo Ren in ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” Adam Driver was a United States Marine. He tells the story of how he brings self-expression to the armed forces.
A conversation about the Taming Of The Shrew and moving “toward the light”.
Author Perry Brass reviews the new play at the Lincoln Center Theater. He is impressed. Here’s why.
In roughly three weeks, a San Diego basketball court will be used as a stage to premiere a play about police violence written by a Philadelphia-born actor.
Owning your masculinity means being sensitive to your inner drives, including your femininity. Are you man enough to face this?
In the theater, we can set aside our differences and be united in the power of our stories.
Memory isn’t just a Throwback Thursday sentimental indulgence. Often it’s a backward glance that can propel us forward.
You don’t need to be “important” to change the world. — Today is Martin Luther King, Jr., Day and all across the country people are volunteering their time cleaning vacant lots, painting over graffiti, protesting injustices, marching to raise the profile of causes and issues, and reflecting on a larger-than-life icon who had a dream, but didn’t…
Selma’s legacy will be defined by the action it inspires, not the awards it garners.
We have a moral duty to a fight together, vote, and overcome.
Some people who previewed Selma felt convicted for not voting, but promised to change.
Emmy-winning comedian Ed Crasnick merges humor and healing to nurture personal breakthroughs.
Queue the squeezebox and pop the champagne. This story of courtship gives us a reason to believe in mature romance.
Now if only there were a punditry ointment.
Joe Hutcheson doesn’t quite get his dad, and his dad doesn’t quite get him. And that’s okay.
One millennial admits why he never signed up for the military. It’s not because he doesn’t want to fight.