Movie reviewer Noel Murray looks back on such underseen 2016 films as "De Palma," "The Eyes of My Mother" and "Peter and the Farm."
When President Obama opened the White House to tech geeks, rock and funk bands, artists and social activists for South by South Lawn his presidency's cultural impact was on full display
Sheila Callaghan saw her "Women Laughing Alone With Salad" get produced at the Kirk Douglas Theatre, yet she sees 2016 as further proof of the challenges facing female playwrights.
Most people think of visual graphics when they think of political art, but in 2016 Black Lives Matter used performance as an interesting means of activism.
Theater critic Charles McNulty picks his favorite productions of the year, and notes how female artists helped galvanize stages in 2016.
With a new female president at Lincoln Center following the arrival of Rachel Moore at L.A.'s Music Center, the three top U.S. performing arts centers are now run by women.