New York Times theater critic Ben Brantley says this season is a "surprisingly good one," and shares his picks.
For this week's "On Stage" we take a look at a local talent show in Harlem that tries to give inner city kids a voice.
M.A.D.D Rhythms, a tap dancing group based in Chicago, will perform as a part of the 1920s-inspired show, "Harlem Nights."
The festival bills itself as the largest renaissance festival in the country, and is celebrating its 40 years.
The art of the tango is being celebrated and showcased at a festival in New York City.
Nearly two dozen high school marching bands will converge for the 64th annual TriState Band Festival in Luverne, Minn.
In our "On Stage" series today, we go to Hoopcamp, which bills itself as the "largest yearly gathering of the hoop dance community."
In our weekly look at performances around the country, we visit a Christian rap festival in the Bronx, now in its 21st year.
Mahogany Browne, Amy Leon and Katherine George are three members of the Nuyorican Poets Cafe team.
Perry Ayers, who co-founded the festival 28 years ago, talks about what's on tap for this weekend, including jazz, gospel and more.
In this community group, co-founded by a former Hollywood producer, anyone can share their story in front of an audience and judges.
In a new series, we focus on what's happening on stages across the country. Today, we take a look at an improv comedy showcase.