Zoukak Sidewalks will be familiar to anyone following Zoukak Theater Company – being the name of a yearlong series of performances, workshops and talks by international and local artists.
This cross-border megalopolis is a hotbed for binational artists and works that explore the nature of boundaries and identity.
The 25-year-old is a classically trained experimental cellist. He is also signed with Wilhelmina modeling agency.
The Belgian artist Koen Vanmechelen crossbreeds fowl to explore ideas of globalization, identity and diversity. And for the eggs.
Xian Zhang, on the eve of her debut concerts as the ensemble’s music director, discusses being a female conductor and what she hopes to accomplish.
This second part of Bill T. Jones’s “Analogy Trilogy” explores the dual lives of a nephew and his club-dancer alter ago, Pretty.
The work, by the Pulitzer Prize winning playwright, explores the real-life story of a play that was shut down in part because it depicted a lesbian relationship.
The acclaimed company’s avowed artistic goal is to “examine and illuminate American nostalgia.”
A growing protest is urging consumers to #GrabYourWallet and boycott Trump products, including presidential hopeful and patriarch Donald Trump's bran
This saucy comedian and singer has a strong singing voice that can stir up quite a storm. At Café Carlyle, she is accompanied by a jaunty pop-jazz ensemble.
Joel McHale stars in this CBS comedy about an outdoors writer who suddenly finds himself office-bound with a bunch of tech-savvy millennials.
A concert aims to evoke a term coined in an Italian courtier’s 16th-century book, suggesting in music “something a little jazzier, more flexible.”
“Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty” opens at the Brooklyn Museum. It holds a mirror up to our culture’s obsession with a sensuality that seems to deny the body.
A museum’s “Fire! Fire!” exhibit asks the question by recreating the blaze with the game Minecraft.
The London Museum’s “Fire! Fire!” exhibit uses the game to recreate Pudding Lane, where a blaze that started in a bakery consumed thousands of homes.
The New York Academy of Arts, founded in 1982 in part by Andy Warhol, holds its annual auction and party at Sotheby’s.
Harrison David Rivers’s new play, at the National Black Theater, pits Kansas siblings against each other in a bid for a Columbia graduate’s heart.
A Film Forum series includes “A Face in the Crowd,” “All the King’s Men,” “Citizen Kane” and more, pegged to the presidential election.
Ms. Chenoweth starts a series of concert performances at the Lunt-Fontanne Theater.
Songs by Richard Rodgers, Mary Rodgers and Adam Guettel at Merkin Concert Hall, and compositions by Gabriela Lena Frank at National Sawdust.
This gospel fest includes Fred Hammond, Karen Clark Sheard, Israel Houghton and the up-and-comer Casey J.
In the British series “Brief Encounters,” it’s the 1980s, and would-be saleswomen take on sexual repression — or something like that.
Mr. Beatty’s “Rules Don’t Apply” is the first film he has written, directed and starred in since “Bulworth,” in 1998. And he’ll talk your ear off about it.
Danspace’s “Platform 2016: Lost and Found” highlights a program dedicated to the work of John Bernd, who died in 1988.
The Season 7 premiere of “The Walking Dead,” which spurred many violence complaints, was one of the most watched in series history.
The star of the 1984 original proposes 'bold' romance with Tatum's mer-man character in remake in development with director/producer Ron Howard.
Police are investigating an incident early Wednesday that saw a man dressed as a city worker take a sledgehammer to Trump's plaque on a famed Hollywo
Andrew Henderson, the Manitoba man who recently held a performance art show that doubled as his living funeral, died days after his final performance
This new CBS series about a billionaire who seeks to transform health care through gadgets and data sticks with an old TV format.
A man with a sledgehammer and a pickax attempted to remove Donald J. Trump’s star on Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles.
Norman Rockwell’s 1944 work “Which One? (Undecided; Man in Voting Booth)” will be on view at Sotheby’s beginning Nov. 4, ahead of a Nov. 21 auction.
A comedy writer and producer who spent 15 years on The Simpsons has died in Los Angeles after a long illness. Kevin Curran was 59.
An extraordinary concert was organized as part of the Baku International Jazz Festival running in the Azerbaijani capital.
Mr. Oswalt’s wife died in April, and it has been a long, hard climb for him to return to comedy.