The Margaret Barbieri Conservatory of Dance earned numerous awards in competition at the Youth America Grand Prix in Atlanta this past weekend, including best overall school.
Charles Smith's 'Knock Me a Kiss' â€” the current Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe production â€” considers the gigantic damage W.E.B. Du Bois did to his only daughter, Yolande.
The John and Mable Ringing Museum of Art honored esteemed circus artists Victoria Unus, Galla Shawn and Franz "The Great Unus" Furtner.
Mary Wilson, a soprano who's soloed from the Boston Baroque to the Hollywood Bowl, gave a recital in the home of Lee Dougherty Ross last week and proved why sheâ€™s in such demand.
Maxwell Anderson's Pulitzer Prize-winning 1933 play, "Both Your Houses," is now in session at the Asolo Rep.
In her new film, "Cake," Jennifer Aniston gives a fearless performance as a woman whose life is in ruins.
The Sarasota Sculpture Center opened its inaugral exhibition "Rubber, Metal & Stone" showcasing work by Chakaia Booker, Hans Van de Bovenkamp and Boaz Vaadia.