Growing up on Eddie Murphy and Dave Chappelle, Matti decided to give it a go in his late teens, not realizing that comedians spend years developing an act.
Assembled from thousands of film and TV clips made over the last 70 years, The Clock operates as a timepiece reflecting our shared daily rhythms.
Sarena Parmar stars in a new production of All’s Well That Ends Well set in 1946 India, on the eve of independence from Britain.
Their new collaboration finds Isbin a few thousand kilometres outside her comfort zone—and yet absolutely at home.
Synthia Yusuf and Victor Hunter studied vintage '80s music videos to tackle the songs in the rock musical.
The legend taps show-biz memories, singing songs by the likes of Stephen Sondheim, Rodgers and Hammerstein, and Peggy Lee.
"It's kind of a musical memoir of my career," the long-time stage and Blue Bloods actor hints.
The program boasts a high level of musicality, even if Thor’s repertoire might include pop hits from Lady Gaga and Madonna, as well as an outrageous tango routine.
The student company is preparing a production that’s as close as local audiences might ever get to the way Mozart presented it on its opening night.
Teiya Kasahara and Landon Krentz seek to reimagine the rule-bound art form in radical ways.
Although the visual-arts exhibition sounds like it might offer controversy and confrontation, that’s definitely not the point.
All of the local, national, and international artists work in the contemporary-dance realm while pushing their cultural forms.