By Jonathan Valania
If some skinny white kid can dress up like a pimp and bring down ACORN, at the very least I can pretend to be all Fox-News-in-the-head for a few hours to crash a Tea Party and find out what these people are so darn mad about.
By Roberta Fallon
Little Berlin ’s “ Works on Paper Rejects ”—with drawings, prints, photos and sculpture by artists rejected from the recent Works on Paper exhibit at Arcadia University —is the hot opening this Friday.
By J. Cooper Robb
Although set in 19th-century opera, much of what Terrence McNally explores in this play is applicable today. He questions art’s intended audience, competition among artists, self-involved performers, the artifice of performance and more.