Burning Coal Theatre’s Gee’s Bend by Zack Smith Told in slices of life linked by gospel songs over the better part of the 20th century, Gee’s Bend offers a window into a unique community. But while it puts people over history, Elyzabeth Gregory Wilder’s play sometimes obscures the significance of its subject. Read the […]
Two-time Newbery winner Lois Lowry talks about her latest book, THE BIRTHDAY BALL.
C2E2: Remender’s New X-FORCE Tries to Prevent An Apocalypse Among the myriad X-teams, X-Force has always stood for something edgier, whether it’s the Cable-led team of soldiers, the fame-seeking mutant TV stars, or the team of black ops led by Wolverine. This summer, Wolverine will head another all-new X-Force charged with a deadly mission: […]
A fan-favorite team take a look at a tale of an unknown Captain America. Read the full interview here!
Dan Nadel discusses his anthology of eclectic adventure comics, ART IN TIME.
Actor, comedian and writer Patton Oswalt talks visiting Joss Whedon’s SERENITY universe for Dark Horse Comics.
NC Theatre’s Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella by Zack Smith Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella NC Theatre Through April 18 North Carolina Theatre’s production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella adapts a play with a complicated history. Originally produced as a live TV musical in 1957 with Julie Andrews, it was produced again for TV with Lesley Ann […]
Raleigh Little Theatre’s Our Town by Zack Smith Our Town Raleigh Little Theatre Through April 25 The shadows seem to be creeping into Grover’s Corners in Raleigh Little Theatre’s production of Thornton Wilder’s seminal Our Town. There’s always been an elegiac quality to Wilder’s work, but it’s often overshadowed by the play’s sense of nostalgia. […]
Writer/Artist Jeff Lemire discusses his acclaimed Vertigo comic series SWEET TOOTH.