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Melkis Alvarez-Baez’s Passion for Nonprofit Work at NPCC

Interview with a nonprofiteer who just cannot get enough nonprofit management!

Lin-Manuel Miranda Reawakens the Wonder at United Palace

Magic returns to an historic movie house with the help of Broadway's superstar.

John O’Hurley on Why We Need the Great American Songbook

A podcast with the Seventh Most Interesting Man in the World.

Singer Marilyn Maye: A Force of Nature at 88

Johnny Carson invited the "outstanding" singer on the Tonight Show 76 times.

Gorilla Theater: 26 Years Later an Actor Returns to the Park

Sometimes life brings you back to the exact same spot you were standing in before.

Post-“Hamilton,” Broadway Diversity Is Flimsy

Broadway offers no riposte to Hollywood racism.

Carnegie Hall Celebrates 125 Years of Great Performances

Explore the history of Carnegie Hall as it celebrates its 125th anniversary

Innovation in Arts Funding: Eight “Actual” Responses

Reflections on making theater without funding.

Eating Disorders in the Dance World

"I also know that no one wanted to step on my toes and tell me how to live..."

Cis Women and Drag Queens and Porn – Oh My!

A woman and a drag queen as gay-porn power players is an unexpected development.

My Summer Body

Ignore the stupid ads and enjoy yourself this summer . . . wearing whatever you want!

Is Generational Marketing Getting Old?

Like music, the right marketing mindset can bridge generations.

The Strong Female Character(s) of Robin Epstein

"I just went with it, threw myself out there."

Advice to the Graduates: John Waters and Robert DeNiro

DeNiro's Tisch commencement speech was tragic, but got naive laughs.

How to Cure Capitalism Run Amok? Bring Back Brecht

In the middle of the interview, the table shook and the air ran cold.

The Patriotism of Rudolph Giuliani

"So it’s an interesting notion of love of country that Giuliani expressed last week..."

The Raping of David Sarnoff’s NBC and ABC

The Brian Williams cover-up represents television's latest desecration of media pioneer David Sarnoff and his quest for truth.

The Year Ahead for Arts Advocacy

The League of Independent Theater has big plans for 2015.

Our Lady of the Perpetual Disruption

Audiences don't lack time for performing arts. They don’t want to spend it on us.

Mayor Bill de Blasio Offers His 2015 Agenda

Hizzoner gets his priorities together.