In a long career that includes dancing for Bob Fosse, choreographing for Whitney Houston and many roles in film and TV, 'Scandal' actress Khandi Alexander continues to prove herself an actress of impressive range and variety.
If an actor's movements and face are captured by a computer and digitally recreated by teams of computer animators, who gets the Oscar? Improvements in digital technology are raising that question by putting more and more digital doubles on screen.
Actor, writer, director, drag performer — Taylor Mac has become one of America's brightest and boldest theatre artists. A new piece looks at the history of American popular music through Mac's unique style of interpretation and performance.
At 40, Rufus Wainwright is a solo artist, an opera composer and a survivor of legendary and very public familial dysfunction. Now he's released a new album of his best-known songs and is hard at work on a second opera — not to mention navigating fatherhood.
Book designer Peter Mendelsund is one of the most sought-after book cover artists in the world. Now, in two new books of his own, he looks at the design process itself and examines how readers transform words into the images they create in their heads.
Robin Williams had many unforgettable moments in his movies, but he also took time to create a few of them on Sesame Street as well. He started appearing on the show in 1990 and returned many times to play the role of the gentle educator for millions of kids.
This isn't the setup for a joke: Last week, after the death of Robin Williams, a US Army veteran and a supporter of Islamic militant group ISIS tweeted their regrets. Soon the pair were swapping recollections of their favorite Williams movies and other pop culture trivia.
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