'Compulsion' follows the journey of Anne Frank's diary from the page to the stage, with marionettes
Marionettes may not immediately spring to mind when you think about one of the 20th century's most revered texts: the diary of Anne Frank.
James Maraniss, Librettist of Long-Silent Opera, Dies at 76
A Spanish scholar who taught for more than four decades at Amherst College, he waited, along with the composer, 32 years for "Life Is a Dream" to be staged.
Broadway Meets the Avant-Garde in a Juilliard Music Festival
Focus, a weeklong event starting Sunday, delves into the broad range of American sounds in the first half of the 20th century.
On Being an Earth Keeper: A Conversation with N. Scott Momaday
Join us for a conversation with N. Scott Momaday, a Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist, short story writer, essayist, and poet whose work celebrates and preserves Native American heritage, particularly that of the Kiowa people.
Arron Banks's lawsuit against reporter a freedom of speech matter, court hears
The libel action brought by the multimillionaire Brexit backer Arron Banks against the Observer and Guardian journalist Carole Cadwalladr should concern "anyone who cares about freedom of speech in this country," a court has been told.
Senate Finance Chair Accuses Rich Developers of Exploiting Trump Tax Break
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Joe B. Hall, Longtime Kentucky Men's Basketball Coach, Dies at 93
Following Adolph Rupp, one of the greatest college coaches of all time, was a challenge. Hall rose to the occasion, taking the team to the Final Four three times.
Newsom grants clemency to San Quentin inmate and podcast host
Gov. Gavin Newsom this week commuted the sentence of Rahsaan "New York" Thomas, a San Quentin State Prison inmate and co-host of the Pulitzer Prize-nominated "Ear Hustle" podcast.
John Adams, minister-turned-journalist who championed digital storytelling, dies
John Adams, a minister-turned-journalist who expanded The Times' digital footprint by exploring new forms of storytelling and was part of the team that won a Pulitzer Prize for the paper's coverage of the 2015 mass shooting in San Bernardino, has died after a long battle with cancer.
Two-time Pulitzer winner Lynn Nottage turns a triple play in New York City
Lynn Nottage photographed at A Broadway Celebration at the Times Square EDITION, in December 2021.