A 32-year old man was shot to death early Saturday morning in New York’s Greenwich Village in what police are calling a hate crime.
"Frances Ha" is a quirky, coming-of-age story that suffers from comparisons to HBO’s "Girls."
Gay icon, and newsman, Ross Mathews writes about his life and all the drama that comes with it.
The latest live release from Ricky Ian Gordon explores Civil War life from a distinctly southern perspective.
We get the distinct feeling Sarah Polley thinks that she’s made a modern "Rashomon." It’s actually just a really good episode of "Maury."
Adapted from Russian author Leo Tolstoy’s greatest novel "War and Peace," the play finds love somewhere in between.
An inventive staging of the rock opera "Chess: The Musical" gives vibrant life to the gorgeous songs of Tim Rice and the male half of Abba.
On May 17, LGBT supporters and activists around the globe will raise awareness on LGBT discrimination for International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia.
The A.R.T.’s production of the beloved Gilbert and Sullivan favorite is a summery salute -- but it’s not sit-in-you-seat theater (unless you want it to be).