Crime and Incidents
Thinking About China
American Thought Leaders
Business & Economy
China Human Rights
Organ Harvesting in China
Asia & Pacific
ARTS & CULTURE
Shen Yun Special Coverage
Tech Products & Reviews
American Thought Leaders
What Defines You
Life & Tradition
Family & Home
Slice of Life
Food & Dining
Film & TV
Mind & Body
Fitness & Nutrition
Treatments and Techniques
Traditional Chinese Medicine
Theater Review: David Cale’s ‘We’re Only Alive for a Short Amount of Time’
NEW YORK—One-person shows are generally not my cup of tea, but David Cale's autobiographical musical "We're Only Alive for a Short Amount of Time" grabs at one's emotions. He tells ...
July 3, 2019
Theater Review: ‘We’re Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time’
NEW YORK—The need for freedom and sanctuary quickly becomes a running theme in David Cale's extremely personal one-person ...
July 1, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Wild Goose Dreams’
NEW YORK—Both surreal and sometimes cartoon-like, Hansol Jung's new play, co-produced by New York's Public Theater and La ...
December 9, 2018
Theater Review: ‘Cyprus Avenue’
"Cyprus Avenue" offers a no-holds-barred look at bigotry, long-simmering hatred, and the damage that can result from refusing ...
June 27, 2018
Theater Review: ‘Illyria’
NEW YORK— A visit to the Public Theater, a later offshoot of the Shakespeare Festival and located in ...
November 6, 2017
Theater Review: ‘Plenty’
David Hare's 1982 drama "Plenty" is receiving a laudable revival at the Public Theater, the site of the ...
December 8, 2016
Theater Review: ‘Sweat’
Playwright Lynn Nottage puts a human face on a sadly all-too-familiar subject, the end of the American Dream, ...
November 9, 2016
Theater Review: ‘Dry Powder’
"Dry Powder" offers an all-too-clear look at the world of high finance and the unfortunate realities that come ...
April 13, 2016
Theater Review: ‘Cymbeline’
The Public Theater's absolutely brilliant production of William Shakespeare's "Cymbeline” brings out the pathos and the hilarity of ...
August 17, 2015
Theater Review: ‘The Sound and the Fury’
Combining the epic, intimate, and mundane, Elevator Repair Service brings to life the first chapter of William Faulkner's ...
June 2, 2015
Theater Review: ‘Pericles, Prince of Tyre’
NEW YORK—The Public Theater's Mobile Shakespeare Unit does an absolutely fantastic job with their production of Pericles, Prince ...
November 28, 2014
Theater Review: ‘Straight White Men’
In “Straight White Men” playwright Young Jean Lee takes on an apparently conventional American father-son drama.
November 27, 2014
Theater Review: ‘King Lear’
NEW YORK—John Lithgow assumes the title role in the Public Theater's production of William Shakespeare's King Lear in ...
August 11, 2014
Theater Review: ‘Here Lies Love’
NEW YORK—A wonderful example of immersive theater, Here Lies Love (concept and lyrics by David Byrne, music by ...
May 8, 2014
Theater Review: ‘The Library’
NEW YORK—Memory and perception can be very selective—a point brought home in the absolutely gut-wrenching “The Library” by ...
April 17, 2014
Theater Review: ‘Antony and Cleopatra’
NEW YORK—Love has the potential for great joy and great danger. This is the case with William Shakespeare’s ...
March 13, 2014
CVS Warns There Could Be a Shortage of Hand Sanitizer
Appeals Court Temporarily Blocks Trump’s ‘Remain in Mexico’ Asylum Policy
‘Clean’ FISA Renewal Moving Ahead as Key Spygate Reforms Are Pushed Down the Road
Dog Tests Positive for New COVID-19 Virus
NATO Condemns Airstrikes That Killed Dozens of Turkish Troops in Syria
Nadler Demands Information From Barr Over Claims of Political Interference
Education Department Creates Task Force to Help Parents, Schools Respond to Coronavirus
Japan’s Hokkaido Declares State of Emergency Over Coronavirus
Mongolian President Under 14-Day Coronavirus Quarantine After Going to China
Olympic Champion Sun Yang Banned for 8 Years in Doping Case
The Associated Press