Eric A. Gordon: The question so many people in the world today are asking is: What does it take to turn an ordinary person into a terrorist or assassin?
Eric A. Gordon: Gradually, with commissioned work coming to him more regularly, Burden was able to fabricate ever larger pieces involving motors and mechanical features.
Eric A. Gordon: It’s a hoot and a holler—with a costume change every few seconds, it would seem—that overtly or subversively bridges just about every gap in American culture.
Eric A. Gordon: The roots of reproductive justice are explored in The Lord of the Underworld’s Home for Unwed Mothers, a poetically pro-woman play by Louisa Hill now receiving its world premiere production at the Skylight Theatre Company.
Eric A. Gordon: What writer and director Danièle Thompson focuses on in her new work Cézanne et moi (Cézanne and Me) is the almost lifelong friendship Zola shared with the painter Paul Cézanne.