In this week’s Village Voice, Rob Harvilla sees the sorta resurrected Alice in Chains at Terminal 5, Stephen Deusner on the creative nonfiction of the Drive By Truckers’ The Big To-Do, and Phil Freeman gets personal with jazz violinist Regina Carter.
In Film, J. Hoberman reviews Noah Baumbach’s Greenberg and Josephy Losey’s classic noir The Prowler, Karina Longworth tackles the The Runaways while Melissa Anderson provides a photo timeline of other girl-band movies, and Rob Nelson endures the hot and heavy Mussolini sex action of Vincere.
In Art, Martha Schwendener buckles up with Duncan Campbell and the Bruce High Quality Foundation for a couple bumpy rides into art’s current take on Utopia.
In Theater, Michael Feingold on recent productions of The Scottsboro Boys, Neighbors, and When the Rain Stops Falling, while Eric Grode attends the nude feminist play The Soup Show and James Hannaham reviews the shouty Happy in the Poorhouse JUST LIKE THIS.
Plus Michael Musto takes a lovely little outing with (and of) your favorite stars, Free Will Astrology, and more, here.