"Visual musicians" make Birmingham debut.
The comedian brings his uniquely layered 'Force Majeure' to Birmingham.
The recently arrived maestro of the Alabama Symphony Orchestra challenges his musicians and finds them up to the task of building a legacy.
Alabama Festival celebrates the state’s musical and cultural heritage.
The stand-up comic talks getting fired from Saturday Night Live, trying to be cool and “the saddest souls in the world.”
New interactive features make 'Black Like Who?' important and accessible.
Documentary about institutionalized homophobia in Alabama and elsewhere screening at Edge 12 Theater.
Wicked Star Eden Espinosa to Perform at Red Mountain Theater.
In our look at the performing arts, we visit three dancers from ASFA before their careers take off.
The A Different World actress brings the story of the Harlem Renaissance to Birmingham.
Artists behind a parade of Vulcan replicas seek to forge unity and pride in the city.
A Birmingham costumer’s artistic vision creates a series of outlandish characters and builds a following.
David Lyle. David is from Tennessee but lives in Moab Utah. He is as close to what we call a renaissance man as anyone…
UAB graduate student uses artificial neural network to design trading cards.
The Saturday Night Live cast member talks her improv beginnings, catching the stand-up bug and "the Year of the Black Woman."