In her first play, the Pulitzer finalist The Wolves—now running at Lincoln Center after its première last year—the author explores the nuances and subtleties of the inner lives of a group of teenage girls with depth and perception.
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With a background in East Asian studies, the young stage actor works to expand racial diversity and representation in his roles, from King George in the Hamilton to his Broadway début as the Peking opera singer-turned-spy Song Liling in Julie Taymor’s new revival of M. Butterfly.
Even as he upgrades his supper club Pith from his Columbia dorm room to a Brooklyn townhouse, the young chef keeps his meals focused on the social experience.
In her sparkling début novel, the Irish author questions power dynamics and imbalances of privilege while reflecting on communication in the digital age.
After kicking off his career with early EPs and a début album devoted to establishing his own sound, the German writer, producer, and DJ seeks to expand his aural soundscape in his latest songs.
Our annual selection of gifts for you and yours, including everything you can imagine from a silk toothbrush on up to your own private island.
Born into a creative family, the Argentine artist finds new energy with bright pops of color and powerful new stone sculptures in a new stage in her artistic development.
The Israeli-American actress makes her mark in Greta Gerwig’s standout directorial début Lady Bird and strikes out into directing and writing on her own, taking inspiration from the meaningful women she’s worked with.