Remember the 1986 film 'The Fly,' by David Cronenberg? Or the 1958 original, with Vincent Price? Well, now "The Fly" has landed on stage in Paris . . . as an opera. The World's Gerry Hadden caught a performance.
This ground-breaking rock musical is about a black teen who leaves Los Angeles to find himself in Berlin. Its creator Mark Stewart, known as Stew, talks with Kurt about the autobiographical show and race in America today.
The Tony-nominated revival of Steven Sondheim's musical "Sunday in the Park with George" is shaking up the theatre world with how it uses video projections and other high-tech effects to tell the story. Produced by Jocelyn Gonzales.
Playwright and performer Iris Bahr is a shape-shifter. Her recent one-woman show "Dai (Enough)" cast her as everyone from a Palestinian mother to a retired Israeli soldier, all sitting in a Tel Aviv cafe where tragedy is about to strike.
Italian rocker Zucchero is known for his Mediterranean take on the blues. But on his latest album, he adds another ingredient: Cuban percussion. Zucchero recorded "La SesiÃ²n Cubana" in Havana with a group of Cuban musicians.
You don't have to be all that fit to enjoy the TV soap opera that millions of people are watching right now in Colombia. Although, it is about sports. Sort of. "La Seleccion" is a TV series about some star Colombian soccer players.
Olivier Libaux, one the founding members of the French cover band has remade songs by the California rock group, Queens of the Stone Age. Anchor Aaron Schachter speaks with Libaux about his latest album 'Uncovered Queens of the Stone Age.'