Cate Blanchett, Laura Linney and Katherine Parkinson are three heroines in search of elusive selves in plays by Martin Crimp, Rona Munro and Laura Wade.
In “Lost Children Archive,” an unhappily married couple set out on a road trip, with their two young children, to visit the ancestral homeland of the Apaches in Arizona.
Blue Heron presented works from the 16th-century Peterhouse Partbooks, which barely made it through the cultural cataclysms of British history.
In “All the Lives We Ever Lived,” Katharine Smyth revisits “To the Lighthouse” for comfort and insight after the death of her father.
Her research raised the profile of a composer too often overshadowed by her husband and established her as a major figure of German Romanticism.
The rapper’s album “Hoodie SZN” has now spent three weeks atop the Billboard chart, and broke its own record for lowest sales by a No. 1 album.
Ariana Grande skipped the ceremony and made lots of noise, while Drake showed up and had his microphone cut off.
A specially cut diamond designed by the Danish filmmaker has gone on show in Antwerp, Belgium. It’s the first in a series of precious stones based on his films.
Thomas Mallon’s “Landfall” imagines the goings-on inside the Bush White House.
An Oscar-nominated documentary set in rural Alabama is on PBS. And the crime series “White Dragon” is available to stream on Amazon.
Two productions at the Classic Stage Company channel the electric ambivalence of August Strindberg.
Loy A. Webb’s tear-struck thesis play starts with an engagement and swerves into the territory of sexual-assault trauma.