Women’s Work

A new exhibition at the Georgia Museum of Art in Athens shines light on work by women artists of the WPA.

Babylon’s Return

Slapped with an X-rating in Britain and never released in the U.S., Franco Rosso’s 1980 film Babylon took a frank look at police violence against Black immigrant youth in South London. It will finally open in the U.S. and Atlanta for the first time on June 28. Film critic Steve Murray takes an early look.

Moscow on the Liffey

Aris Theatre’s new production of two one-act plays by Brian Friel reveals the strange, sad affinity between Friel’s Ireland and Chekhov’s Russia.

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