José Torres-Tama shares tacos and immigrant stories in his performance truck.
‘Party People’ focuses on American revolutionary movements from the 1960s and ’70s.
The Debate Society’s ‘Blood Play’ depicts spooky medieval practices in an Illinois village.
Maya Beiser and Robert Woodruff discuss ‘Elsewhere,’ a cello opera that combines Henri Michaeux’s poetry with the story of Lot’s wife.
In ‘Satchmo at the Waldorf,’ Terry Teachout conjures an icon at the end of his career.
Anupama Chandrasekhar’s new play depicts life on the other end of the call-center line.
Anthony Clarvoe takes flight to ‘Our Practical Heaven.’
A new adaptation of ‘McTeague’ is more about longing than greed.
A new spin on the old myth, inspired by the classic film and set in Trinidad.