Does theater matter? Some sobering an...

The weekend approaches, and your theater plans are with appearance of truth already made. But wait.  Perhaps you’ve even now broken your heart trying to prepare into the ridiculously long list of extraordinary plays in fancy productions (The Motherf**ker by the Hat, Good People, The...

Does theater matter? Some sobering answers from the internet
posted on: Sep 13, 2011 | author: new york travel

Does theater matter? Some sobering an...

The weekend approaches, and your theater plans are with appearance of truth already made. But wait.  Perhaps you’ve even now broken your heart trying to prepare into the ridiculously long list of extraordinary plays in fancy productions (The Motherf**ker by the Hat, Good People, The...

Does theater matter? Some sobering answers from the internet
posted on: Sep 13, 2011 | author: new york travel

2011 Tony nominees announced

Today, four days back we here at Time Out New York issued our recognize slate of TONY Tony nominations, the decided nomination committee for the Tony Awards has spoken. How did they stack up by our choices? All around: pretty darn well. In the Best Play leading predicate, War Horse took the spot...

2011 Tony nominees announced
posted on: Sep 13, 2011 | author: new york travel

Final curtain: Upstaged says goodnigh...

This week, Upstaged power of determination cease to exist as a divide entity from the rest of Time Out New York‘s ~-wagon coverage. We here at Team Theater exercise volition continue to create the original online ~ment that you have visited Upstaged to peruse; it’s just that we...

Final curtain: Upstaged says goodnight
posted on: Sep 13, 2011 | author: new york travel

NYFW: Prabal Gurung leads the pack on...

On epoch three of Fashion Week, Prabal Gurung’s reveal not only proved the “it” termination, but raised the bar for the rest of the runway lineup. With Nicki Minaj session front row in an oversized be inflected headdress, a hot pink pretzel chandelier dangling from her neck, the...

NYFW: Prabal Gurung leads the pack on the runway
posted on: Sep 13, 2011 | author: new york travel

MADE HERE gets live in Queens

The latest few weeks, we’ve been in a distraction of Tony coverage, feverishly studying the gone season on Broadway in an attempt to divine Tony Award winners. Well that’s the whole of over, it turns out we’re the superlatively good, and now it’s time to render our...

MADE HERE gets live in Queens
posted on: Sep 13, 2011 | author: new york travel

FEMA aid offered for Irene damage in ...

Relief has arrived beneficial to the boroughs ravaged by Hurricane Irene. Officials announced Saturday that stroke aid is now available to ameliorate residents and government officials pay in favor of the damage in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island. The Federal Emergency...

posted on: Sep 13, 2011 | author: new york travel

Hamill: ‘Remembrance’ chr...

1. NOW We moved up from road level, through chicken wire passageways that smelled of excretion and concrete, passing working men squinting at blueprints, cutting pipe, moving solidify blocks on flatbed hand trucks. Light bulbs danced forward cords, casting uneven light. We heard grinding sounds,...

posted on: Sep 13, 2011 | author: new york travel

Going for Galt: The Human Comedy exte...

Musical-theater cultist that I am, I had been looking expedite; speed for months to Astoria Performing Arts Center’s restoration of Galt McDermot and William Dumaresq’s underappreciated 1983 suddenly opera, The Human Comedy, which I be seized of enjoyed for years on CD only had never...

Going for Galt: The Human Comedy extends
posted on: Sep 13, 2011 | author: new york travel

TONY Tony Countdown: Talking with Mar...

We caught up through the awesome Mark Rylance recently, to wish joy to him on his Tony nomination in spite of Jerusalem. Also, to comment on his striking qualities Johnny “Rooster” Byron’s morning cocktail: milk, vodka, a frustrate of speed and a raw ovum. (We spoke to him before the New...

TONY Tony Countdown: Talking with Mark Rylance of Jerusalem
posted on: Sep 13, 2011 | author: new york travel
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