The first chronological work in August Wilson's ten-play exploration of the African-American experience of each decade in the 20th century is "Gem of the Ocean," directed with exuberance and pathos by Ron OJ Parson.
Are you heading to the Southeast's largest Pride Parade? Check out what not to miss, along with other tips to make your Atlanta stay memorable.
Panahi's prior films established the unseen forces who control this art form within Iran. But "Taxi" profiles all the people caught under those forces.
"Spring Awakening" opens at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre on Broadway with a mixed cast of Deaf West members and hearing actors, and the big marquee names Camryn Manheim and Marlee Matlin.
Take aim with "Arrow" - The Complete Third Season, now available on Blu-ray and Digital HD. Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) continues his fight to right the wrongs and free Starling City from corruption, but is the fight to save the future in his past?
Living and dying are two sides of the same coin in this dark comedy about family dysfunction.
"Monstress" (the second show for ACT's new Strand Theatre on Market Street) is actually two plays, both based on stories from local author Lysley Tenorio's book of the same name.
Wearing black, zipper-covered leather pants and a hot pink "I Stand with Planned Parenthood" shirt, Margaret Cho rocked the Chicago Theater during her "The PsyCHO Tour."
Broadway Records continues its strong relationship with this theatrical diva, re-releasing her studio recording of her 2000 Broadway concert.
Faster than a speeding bullet, "The Flash" The Complete First Season made true believers of fans of the superhero genre in primetime, and now the show is available on Blu-ray and Digital HD, with over three hours of super-powered bonus features to boot!