In the not too distant past, last Sunday A.D., television's favorite cult comedy about robots in space riffing on cheesy movies celebrated its silver anniversary. That's right, it's been 25 years since Mystery Science Theater 3000 hit the airwaves, and we spoke to creator/star/test subject Joel Hodg ... More >>
Ever walked behind a crowd of blond teenagers shouting at each other in Swedish, pointing at flashing lights, shouting more in Swedish, and walking down the sidewalk in a clot you've spent 10 minutes trying to get around? If so, this video goes out to you. Johnny T the puppet toad offers up the true ... More >>
How many shows will you see?
Better Than: Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem, if they were real people and not puppets made out of felt and hallucinogenic properties. So, I was pretty pissed that I skipped Polyphonic Spree at Bonnaroo, because I was curious as hell as to how Tim DeLaughter and company were going to perform The ... More >>
The Toy Theater Festival returns
A new literary festival is here
From Russia, with puppets
Voice critics pick their favorite shows from the past year
Not Jim Henson's world
NTUSA bring the past to the Kitchen
The PEN Fest invites some new friends
Three currently hot actresses happen to share a similar unconventionally attractive look and comic chops from the heavens. Zoe Kazan, 28, is an eccentric, doll-faced creature who has done theater (The Seagull, Angels in America) and film (Me and Orson Welles, It's Complicated) on the road to comple ... More >>
Catch all of Bowies films at MAD
See a whole new Marlene
Elmo couldn't quite grasp the Katy Perry breast situation, so her racy figure skater get-up got her edited out of Sesame Street. You know what they say: for every chesty pop star, there's a children's show that's tired of screwing her. But there on the rebound is another show with yellow char ... More >>
How many Fringe shows can you see?
From outer space to a zoo?
And you thought a lump of coal was bad?
Revenge is sweet for Taylor Mac
Traditional Chinese folkloric travels to Carnegie Hall
Party like it's 1895
Is this like a Gallagher show in which raincoats are suggested?
A profound discussion into the art of stop-motion animation
Postmodern and post-ridiculous
One place where it's still the Gilded Age
Dan Savage inspires strap-ons onstage
When porn goes on-the-fringe
Faye Driscoll takes on human identity
One last sleepy Red Hook weekend before Ikea arrives
Put on your best Stevie face
Get lost in Judith Supines maze
A Holocaust story toldsuccessfullythrough puppet theater
Artists in the financial district offer projects ripped from headlines and bedtime stories
Mein Gott, everyone's a winner!
In New York, Bohemia Is Dead. Long Live Bohemia.
From Brooklyn to Australia, Choreographers Are on the Move
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