What inspires the music of Dirty Projectors?
Performance artist John Kelly on why his impersonation of Joni Mitchell is more of an homage than a parody.
Al Yankovic grew up in the '60s wanting to play in rock and roll cover bands. To his surprise, the other kids just didn’t take the accordion-playing teenager seriously.
The subversive origins of a dance craze that swept the nation in the 1890s.
What if Hamlet didn’t sound like a proper English bloke, but more like someone from the American South?
The immersive play based on “Macbeth” may be the longest-running Shakespeare adaptation ever.
How Studio 360 listener Jeff House learned to love Shakespeare after watching his own life unfold on stage.
Singer and multi-instrumentalist Jacob Collier plays songs from his new album “In My Room” … with a little help from an MIT engineer.
Charles Limb examines what goes on inside the brain of a pianist — while he’s performing.
At 92, the lyricist behind Broadway hits like “Fiddler on the Roof” still gets rave reviews.
The annual Dance Your PhD contest challenges doctoral candidates to take their research from the lab bench to the barre.