The Brooklyn-based playwright, who is 37, earned the $25,000 prize for her play that deals with race and family.
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Five massive yellow sculptures made of durable rubber stretched to its limits are coming to Park Avenue next week.
Two producers of “L.A.’s Finest” were hurt on the job last week, after a CBS subsidiary was cited over a “MacGyver” accident and the widow of a stunt double sued.
Fantagraphics Books will publish four of his books, starting with “The Underground Sketchbook,” in October.
The company acquired The Works Entertainment, the makers of the Illusionists magic franchise and other shows.
A show at the New Museum celebrates the completion of Rhizome’s Net Art Anthology, a two-year project to preserve and archive digital artworks that were in danger of disappearing.
The artist Oliver Jeffers sets his scale models against the universe of Manhattan.
In the Miami area, a wealth of offerings at satellite fairs and specialized museums
A public art project by the nonprofit Friends of the High Line asked for contemporary monuments. Images of the designs will tour five cities.