Gwynne Watkins is a journalist and playwright who writes about culture, entertainment and religion. www.gwynnewatkins.com @gwynnesanity
When Congolese refugees moved to New York, they brought their old rivalries with them. Then they put their strife on stage.
Not yet old enough to vote, a new vanguard of teen writers is nonetheless fixing the publishing industry’s representation problem.
A new report shows a correlation that’s held for decades: People with more education are more involved in the arts. Or is it the other way around?
Meet the new generation of talent transforming music’s whitest genre.
A theatrical re-imagining of American independence, right where it’s needed most.
Prisons with art programs release people back into the world who are more stable, and far less likely to return. Why don’t the programs exist everywhere?
New moms in difficult situations sometimes find it tough to connect with their babies. Carnegie Hall is helping change that with one of the simplest, most innate tools in the mothering toolbox: lullabies.