Phillip Santos Schaffer’s “Baby Jessica’s Well-Made Play” uses the mine-fall drama that transfixed America to examine connection and empathy, with the audience in a starring role.
Forensic Architecture’s research led to the resignation of Whitney board member Warren B. Kanders. The group’s founder, Eyal Weizman, reveals how they combine art and activism.
John Lithgow played Trump, Kevin Kline played Robert Mueller, and Alyssa Milano played Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow. But the very starry ‘The Investigation’ told us nothing new.
The 2019 Whitney Biennial is the first edition of the prestigious survey of contemporary American art of Donald Trump's presidency, and he is an unavoidable presence.
There are some beautiful works of art at the Armory Show and New York's other art fairs. But you will also become extremely aware of the extravagant lives of the super-rich.
Watching Manual Cinema’s ‘Frankenstein,’ it is hard to know whether you should direct your gaze to the puppets or the actors. Whatever, it is impossible to look away.
In Shake & Bake's production of 'Love's Labour's Lost' in New York's Meatpacking District, visitors are served an 8-course meal, alongside Shakespeare at its most riotous and fun.
John Adams, Lucinda Childs, and Frank Gehry created the unique performance piece ‘Available Light’ 35 years ago. As it returns to the stage, the trio recalls its heady genesis.
A new show at the New York Historical Society is less about two men who barely knew each other, than it is the story of the civil rights movement in America.
Two plays, about the rock critic Lester Bangs, and about Jimi Hendrix, are brilliant for fans—but as pieces of theater labor under too much reverence for their subjects.