Why, after al the political, corporate, and celebrity apologies we've heard in the last generation, is it still so hard to say, "I'm sorry"?
Showgirl. Just the word calls to mind fabulous plumes, spangled sequins, and a distinctive strut. But where does ...
Ballerinas have long made feminists both uneasy and excited, embodying fulfillment and the shackles of feminine performance.
Academics and musicians have a lot in common. The JSTOR Daily playlist combines songs and scholarship.
Music charts conferred status on performers and became an arbiter of popularity and a signifier of success.
Today JSTOR Daily celebrates John Coltrane, the greatly prophetic and pioneering jazz artist. We remember his music and legacy now.
Death on stage has a long, gory history. From Ancient Greece to 19th century Paris to The Walking Dead. Why does theatre like death so much?
Amateur ballroom dance enthusiasts value dance not just as a hobby, but as an indelible component of their identity.
How to memorialize a national tragedy in music?
Sidney Robertson Cowell might be starting to get the attention her rich life, first-rate writing, and broad work as an ethnomusicologist deserve.