Follow the evolution of country music in America over the course of the 20th century. The new eight-part series premieres September 15, 2019.
Sammy Davis, Jr.’s vast talent and journey for identity in 20th-century America is featured in a new American Masters film on PBS.
See the Woodstock Festival of 1969 and its half-million attendees on PBS, where a documentary sets the festival within the nation’s struggle with sexual politics, civil rights, and the Vietnam War.
Witness the legendary talent and peerless showmanship of Prince in this New Year’s Eve concert coming to PBS in June.
As long as the definition of a “modern” family keeps evolving, the musical Falsettos will always be relevant, win laughs, and require tissues.
There’s music for everyone in May – from cabaret to grand opera to Broadway and beyond.
“Wagner’s Dream” captures the creation of the Metropolitan Opera’s groundbreaking new staging of the Ring Cycle in 2010.
See Yoshiki perform as featured pianist with the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra at his sold-out Carnegie Hall concert.
Composer Nico Muhly’s reimagining of Winston Graham’s novel about a woman who assumes multiple identities is a visual feast of an opera.
THIRTEEN’s best concerts, documentaries and dramas on broadcast and streaming now to keep you feeling cozy, merry and bright through the New Year!
In a “Landmarks Live in Concert” televised special, k.d. lang performs her “Ingénue” album uninterrupted. It was the singer-songwriter’s breakout hit album in 1992.
Stream the Boston Symphony Orchestra gala concert hosted by Audra McDonald, featuring Andris Nelsons, John Williams, Keith Lockhart, Michael Tilson Thomas, Isabel Leonard, Yo-Yo Ma, Susan Graham, Jessica Vosk, Tony Yazbeck and more.
Theater Close-Up: Ernest Shackleton Loves Me premieres Monday, November 26 at 9 p.m. on THIRTEEN, bringing the Best New Musical Winner of the 2017 Off-Broadway Alliance Awards to television for the first time. This wildly inventive musical adventure tells the…
Who’s on that float? Here’s a guide to the many talents who have shared their artistry on PBS.
The musical theater star (Hamilton) thrilled fans with his Twitter commentary while watching Great Performances: An American in Paris The Musical.