Judy Craymer conceived the idea of a musical based on ABBA songs, and produced the original stage production as well as both "Mamma Mia!" movies.
Usually, the summer's major art extravaganzas are hosted in cultural capitals like New York or Paris. But this year, one show is breaking that template.
An exhibit called "The Memories We Keep" at a museum in Maryland puts the spotlight on refugees and their art.
"We wanted to share with people the glory of the sound of the banjo, at least from our perspective," Washburn tells Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd.
Here & Now's Robin Young revisits a 2006 conversation with Hall, who died this week at 89, near Wilmot, New Hampshire, where he lived on his family's farm.
The rustic ruins of a Fayette County, Pennsylvania, coal mine sat vacant for decades.
The winners, the losers, the laughter, the tears. A recap of Sunday night's Tony Awards.
The small, unlikely show about an Egyptian police band that ends up stuck in a small, dusty Israeli desert town took 10 Tony Awards on Sunday night.
Gordon, one of jazz music's female pioneers, died Saturday at the age of 95.
The indie group shot up the charts in 1993 and was in heavy rotation on radio and MTV.
Before his burial 50 years ago today, Robert F. Kennedy's body made a slow journey by train from New York City to Washington, D.C.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson caught up with the Grammy-winning musician after a performance to talk about the Broadway musical, and her thoughts on U.S.-Cuba relations.
Musgrave was born in Scotland 90 years ago this Sunday — and she's still composing.
Travis Hetman began a weekly ritual on his Instagram: posting an illustration inspired by the singer-songwriter, and selling it first-come-first-served style.
The musician, composer and lyricist tells Here & Now's Robin Young the music for the unique Broadway hit is the most personal he's written.
The R&B singer has been accused repeatedly of sexual misconduct or abuse. Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with Geoff Edgers, national arts reporter at The Washington Post.
In the days before television, the comic-book-sized collections of short fiction with original artwork were read by millions.
Leonard's work has been shown in and collected by major institutions around the world. But she's never had a career retrospective in an American museum until now.
The film, directed by Steven Spielberg, stars Meryl Streep as Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham and Tom Hanks as editor Ben Bradlee. Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson revisits his conversation...
YouTube is launching an original series that continues the storyline of the classic 1984 film.