A tech startup tries to solve the hardest problem known to science: the female orgasm.
An ingenious portrait of a young black man struggling to build a life with other people when all he’s learned so far is how to be alone.
This docutheatre play chronicles the lives of a Pakistani American family as they reckon with what it means to be both Muslim and American.
An intimate, explosive and poetic exploration of love in the face of catastrophe, Philip Ridley’s provocative play is back in NYC.
A 360 degree staging of Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream," with a multi-course tasting menu (and wine) woven into the show.
A brutal exploration of what it means for black male bodies to exist in the media, when observed, when consumed, when punished.
A love letter to an unsung history of collective action and a battle cry for radically re-envisioning what it means to fight for change.
Audible takes us to the streets of Juarez to give voice to a city of women silenced by a world that has turned a deaf ear to their stories