Todd Barry, Salt Lake Acting Co., Alvin Ailey Dance Co. II and more
With his low-toned voice that sounds almost completely devoid of emotion, Todd Barry has made himself the alternative to alternative comedians.
The Blacklist: Redemption spies hard; Taken is a piss-poor prequel.
fans are asking, "How's this spinoff going to work?" while casual viewers are curious to know, "How many encoded tattoos can she fit on her body?"
Get Out offers satirical horror on race in the suburbs.
Get Out plays as a feature-length version of the not-quite-joking sentiment among African Americans that the suburbs—what with their overwhelming whiteness and cultural homogeneity—are eerie twilight zones for black people.
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Imagine a wise older woman who understands you telepathically, loves you unconditionally and wants you to live your life according to your own inner necessity.
Art Access' new director focuses on supporting great work by diverse artists
As the new executive director of Art Access Gallery, Shandra Benito has a vision for how the nonprofit organization—with its mission to serve diverse and often underserved communities with arts programs—should be perceived. And that vision involves quality, not sympathy.
A Cure for Wellness brings operatic craziness sure to irritate audiences.
There's a temptation, for those who write about movies for a living, to anticipate the commercial prospects of movies before they are released. This is usually a fool's errand; anyone who believes they know exactly what will be a hit and what will be a flop should be in a far more lucrative career than film criticism.