Jonas Hassen Khemiri and Brecht sell fake I.D.s
Justin V. Bond brings the mistletoe to Joe's Pub
Have you heard the bad news?
Taylor Mac returns as Shen Tei
At Lincoln Center, it's film as urgent jeremiad.
Kirsten Greenidge matches Brecht for bitter laughs
Ethan Hawke Goes for Brecht in Clive
Taylor Mac livens up Brecht
Hoi Polloi open their own new theater in Clinton Hill
Beware Dalvador Sali at the New Ohio Theatre
F. Murray Abraham embodies Brecht's complex, compromising hero at CSC
This week in the Voice, out today: Chris Parker details the Feds' crackdown on online gambling. He says of players' hopes: "When you've turned nothing into something once already, you tend to feel like you can do it again. There's faith your luck will turn. Perhaps it's delusion. But for a professio ... More >>
Robert Wilson whips out his embalming fluid at BAM
The Threepenny Opera comes to BAM
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. May 4, 1967, Vol. XII, No. 29 Mailer's Street Scene: Renewal on Sunday By Stephanie Harrington When Norman Mailer gives a party in the Village, even the elements hang in for the old burgomaster. Last Sunday the air was soft and invitin ... More >>
Plus: half-naked Brecht!
Keep the Living Theatre alive
More than half a century after his death, composer Kurt Weill still provokes strong reactions
Sleaze, decadence, and suicide, Brecht-style
Meryl as Mother Courage: All there, but maybe a little short of Brecht
Politics gets the better of art at this year's Humana fest
European cinema's greatest agitator rethinks sin and virtue through extreme melodrama
What Kind of Political Theater Are We Really After?
The Bookworm and the Angel
Crude Can Be GoodIf Its Subtle Enough
The 20th Centurys Most Influential Composer Turns 100
Theater's Been in Flux All Century Long, So What's Left for It in the Next?
After 100 Years of Experiment, What'll the Theater Do for an Encore?
Can Poor B.B. Still Affect Our Alien Nation?