Kweku Collins isn’t restricted by hip-hop orthodoxy.
The first collected edition of Natasha Trethewey’s work serves as a tribute to those who came before her.
Yvette Mayorga’s bittersweet sculptures ingeniously tackle immigration politics.
Four years into his ambitious seven-play cycle about Chicago, Ike Holter ratchets up the tension.
Ike Barinholtz takes the director’s chair for a subversive comedy about the country’s divide.
Janai Brugger returns to her roots for Lyric’s Idomeneo.
A new compilation surveys Alex Ross’s considerable artistic contribution to Marvel Comics.
Hedwig Dances pushes boundaries by working within them.
Rosellen Brown’s new novel brings the White City back to life.
Makaya McCraven uses hip-hop techniques to reshape his jazz.