"Our goal is to have audience that is robust and deeply engaged.”
Though Samuel Foote is not remembered today and therefore another instance in the annals of the millions once famous and now forgotten, he was celebrated in 18th-century London as a wit as well as an actor.
The Rev. Malcolm Boyd died last week at the age of 91. Accolades began popping up, but many do not know how Boyd shaped a generation of seekers in the 1960s to understand that unless Christianity was about justice and inclusion, it was just blowing smoke.
In all my theater-going days, I don't remember seeing a production that would likely give me nightmares. The thought had never crossed my mind. Until, that is, I went to the Pleasance Company and witnessed The Curing Room, David Ian Lee's import from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
The news marked a new frontier in a monthslong campaign in that country. American forces have dropped bombs on Islamic State
In the latest episode of Drinking & Talking, the Huffington Post's Sam Stein and David Wood, along with State Department
With Washington's return to The Great White Way in the revival of Lorraine Hansberry's 1959 A Raisin in the Sun at the Barrymore, he does a tremendous favor. Once again, as he did with his limited-runs Julius Caesar and Fences, he brings large audiences--especially African-American audiences--to a theater and to theater in the larger sense.
The New York Times must halt its digital advertising decline as a priority, says CEO Mark Thompson, even as he launches another paid digital service.
“The family is united around its ownership and its responsibility to maintaining the New York Times and its journalistic
But those claims turned out to be very wrong, and in May 2013 the DMI was deemed a "complete catastrophe" by BBC trustee
Patten, a prominent Conservative politician and the last British governor of Hong Kong, said the Trust did not know the full
I'm pleased to see my career choice validated by the presence of the big boys at the branded content party--and here are three tips for my former publishers at The Post.
To some extent, Hagan's story continues a long-running theme of pieces about Abramson, who has led the Times for just under
Given that Thompson himself is a controversial figure--both because he has denied any knowledge of rumors of sexual abuse
No, this is about "Doctor Who." You've heard of it, perhaps? Iconic British sci-fi show? Increasingly popular in America
London--If you're a chocoholic like me, you're hoping Charlie and the Chocolate Factory will be as delectable as biting into
Mark Thompson, the former BBC director general, has been recalled to parliament over evidence he gave two years ago about
State Department officials Gregory Hicks, Mark Thompson and Eric Nordstrom were identified as the "whistleblowers" who will
The New York Times is the most important newsgathering source in the U.S. and, in that capacity, a public trust in which we all have an interest. Times readers deserve a more detailed analysis of the quarterly report and the company's strategies.