Digging into the story of one middle-class Damascus family, the celebrated Syrian team of playwright Mohammad Al Attar and director Omar Abusaada offer a gripping portrait of a country trapped in a gray area between hope and despair. Brutally beaten at a checkpoint, 30-year-old Taim is admitted to the hospital in a coma. As his

Digging into the story of one middle-class Damascus family, the celebrated Syrian team of playwright Mohammad Al Attar and director Omar Abusaada offer a gripping portrait of a country trapped in a gray area between hope and despair. Brutally beaten at a checkpoint, 30-year-old Taim is admitted to the hospital in a coma. As his

Digging into the story of one middle-class Damascus family, the celebrated Syrian team of playwright Mohammad Al Attar and director Omar Abusaada offer a gripping portrait of a country trapped in a gray area between hope and despair. Brutally beaten at a checkpoint, 30-year-old Taim is admitted to the hospital in a coma. As his

Enter the world of the gods, spirits, and shamans of ancient Chinese myths and poetry in this evening-length work co-composed by Lao Luo and Bang on a Can Co-Artistic Directors Michael Gordon, David Lang, and Julia Wolfe. Your guide is the extraordinary Chinese vocalist Gong Linna, whose dynamic voice travels across vast terrains of sonic

Enter the world of the gods, spirits, and shamans of ancient Chinese myths and poetry in this evening-length work co-composed by Lao Luo and Bang on a Can Co-Artistic Directors Michael Gordon, David Lang, and Julia Wolfe. Your guide is the extraordinary Chinese vocalist Gong Linna, whose dynamic voice travels across vast terrains of sonic

Why do we love? When would we kill? How do we learn? Why do we believe in the unbelievable? With their trademark mix of wit, insight, and inventive stagecraft, Britain’s Improbable Theatre takes us on a “fascinating, if at times alarming” (Times, U.K.) tour of ten famous 20th-century psychological experiments, starting with B.F. Skinner’s notorious

Why do we love? When would we kill? How do we learn? Why do we believe in the unbelievable? With their trademark mix of wit, insight, and inventive stagecraft, Britain’s Improbable Theatre takes us on a “fascinating, if at times alarming” (Times, U.K.) tour of ten famous 20th-century psychological experiments, starting with B.F. Skinner’s notorious

  Why do we love? When would we kill? How do we learn? Why do we believe in the unbelievable? With their trademark mix of wit, insight, and inventive stagecraft, Britain’s Improbable Theatre takes us on a “fascinating, if at times alarming” (Times, U.K.) tour of ten famous 20th-century psychological experiments, starting with B.F. Skinner’s

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“Absolutely laugh out loud tears in your eyes funny!” – The Amsterdam News Can love between Blacks and Latinos survive? A tale of secret lovers from different cultures who fall in love at first sight, until mom finds out! Updated with new moments, current politics, and new laughs, it’s funnier than ever!

  MODERATOR Walter Isaacson PARTICIPANTS Sanjoy Banerjee, Yury Gogotsi, Patricia Holden, Paul Weiss The biggest challenge of our time, meeting the energy demands of an exploding population on a warming planet, may well be met by manipulating matter on the tiniest of scales — revolutionizing how we power the planet. Join world-class nanoscientists and environmental leaders to explore

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