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powerHouse Portfolio Review at powerHouse Arena | Exhibition review

powerHouse Portfolio Review at powerHouse Arena
EXHIBITION REVIEW

It’s back! Returning for an 11th year, the powerHouse Portfolio Review took place this past weekend and they launched their new decade with a review panel packed with talent. With faces from New York Magazine, National Geographic, Getty [read more]

The Soul Rebels at Brooklyn Bowl | Live review

The Soul Rebels at Brooklyn Bowl
LIVE REVIEW

It’s easy to see why the New Orleans-based Soul Rebels would be an obvious choice to headline an annual three-night residency at Brooklyn Bowl – the popular Williamsburg music venue is almost as well known for it’s Louisiana-leaning [read more]

Avenue Q at New World Stages | Theater review

Avenue Q at New World Stages
THEATER REVIEW

They may not have legs, but these foul-mouthed puppets dominate the stage, along with the actors who play them. The puppets of Avenue Q, the Sesame Street-style musical for adults who haven’t quite grasped the fact that they’ve grown [read more]

New York Theatre Ballet: Legends & Visionaries at New York Live Arts | Live review

New York Theatre Ballet: Legends & Visionaries at New York Live Arts
LIVE REVIEW

New York Theatre Ballet has plenty to celebrate. Their new home at St. Mark’s Church gives the 37-year-old company and school their first sense of permanence. Plus, this week’s performances mark New York Live Arts debut, the best dance [read more]

NOVUS NY at Carnegie Hall | Live review

NOVUS NY at Carnegie Hall
LIVE REVIEW

Prior to this concert, Carnegie Hall’s new chair Ronald O. Perelman made disparaging remarks about classical music as only a one-percenter can. No one would argue that diversified programming is crucial – especially for a venue [read more]

Rasheeda Speaking at The New Group | Theater review

Rasheeda Speaking at The New Group
THEATER REVIEW

It is towards the end of Rasheeda Speaking when Jaclyn (Tonya Pinkins) tells co-worker Ileen (Dianne Wiest) about “Rasheeda”.  “She” is the code word for a commuter caffeine-fueled drinking game played by White, male Gen-Xers who [read more]

A Month in the Country at Classic Stage Company | Theater review

A Month in the Country at Classic Stage Company
THEATER REVIEW

The timing of Classic Stage Company’s casting of the two leads in Ivan Turgenev’s A Month in the Country could not be better. Taylor Schilling, recent recipient of a Screen Actors Guild Award (along with her fellow Orange is the New [read more]

Nederlands Dans Theater 2 at the Joyce | Theater review

Nederlands Dans Theater 2 at the Joyce
THEATER REVIEW

Nederlands Dans Theater 2 (NDT2) is a totally appropriate name for the junior company of the Nederlands Dans Theater, one of the most influential and popular dance companies in the world.  Yet these 16 dancers, 17 to 22 years old, have [read more]

Heroes of Toolik at the Mercury Lounge | Live review

Heroes of Toolik at the Mercury Lounge
LIVE REVIEW

Whether it’s a pin drop on the map of a touring musician or an impromptu night of discovery for those passing by, there’s something about the Mercury Lounge that is uniquely intimate and inviting, making it an ideal venue for [read more]

A Man of No Importance: An interview with co-star Dylan Landau

A Man of No Importance: An interview with co-star Dylan Landau

Dylan Landau is a senior in the Program in Vocal Performance at NYU Steinhardt School’s Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions. She plays the role of Miss Crowe in their production of A Man of No Importance, which runs at [read more]

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