M'hammed Soumayah, variously described as a chaffeur, bodyguard, and right-hand man to Liza Minnelli, has settled a sexual harassment suit against the Cabaret star. He alleged that she threatened to fire him from his $238,000-a-year job if he did not sleep with him, so he did, and claimed to ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. October 25, 1962, Vol. VIII, No. 1 Voice Begins 8th Year The Village Voice begins its eighth year of publication with this issue. The first Voice appeared on newsstands on October 26, 1955. Caption: Barbara Streisand of "I Can Get It for Y ... More >>
This week Bones, intrepid art-world raconteur, enters the crazily scary headspace of Nayland Blake, whose Behavior is now up at Location One. Statistically speaking, few people play like this... The burly, pansexual half African-American New Yorker Nayland Blake makes sculpture, drawings, perform ... More >>
The Voice chats with the U.K.'s leading critic
The History Boys pits humanist culture against moral relativism. Guess who's outclassed?
A mammoth production of the epic verse gets a stateside staging
Another Brit Off-Broadway grapples volubly with denial
Who else would have put Genet, Chanel, Beckett, and Fabian within the same covers?
Listen to the Words; What They Don't Say Is Vital
Britain Still There, Creating Theater