Arts & Culture TheaterRob Weinert-KendtNovember 08, 2019
The play is a verbatim reenactment of the F.B.I.’s hour-long interrogation of the Georgia intelligence contractor who was arrested for leaking classified documents.
Arts & Culture TheaterRob Weinert-KendtNovember 01, 2019
Arbery has written a play based on many years of quietly watching and listening to his fellow Catholics and conservatives.
Arts & Culture TheaterRob Weinert-KendtOctober 24, 2019
The theater has been a place where New York theatergoers can get an above-average dose of plays on spiritual themes.
Arts & Culture TheaterRob Weinert-KendtOctober 07, 2019
In his sensational new play, Jeremy O. Harris posits that racism may poison our most intimate relationships.
Arts & Culture FilmRob Weinert-KendtSeptember 23, 2019
The film’s central event—the overnight visit of King George and Queen Mary to Downton—is an occasion less for conflict than for catering.
Arts & Culture TheaterRob Weinert-KendtSeptember 20, 2019
A new Off-Broadway play dives into the history of St. Vincent’s in Greenwich Village.
Arts & Culture TelevisionRob Weinert-KendtJune 28, 2019
The British period genre has been quietly retrofitted to accommodate a gay love story more familiar from our own time.
Arts & Culture TheaterRob Weinert-KendtMay 03, 2019
We live in an age in which new musicals can seemingly be about anything.
Arts & Culture TheaterRob Weinert-KendtApril 19, 2019
In Hnath’s play, Hillary has put all her bets on competence, while Bill unsurprisingly presses her to show more humanity.