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Barra Grant: ‘Miss America’s Ugly Daughter’ No More
It's one thing to grow up, and grow insecure, as the child of a celebrity. It's another thing to transcend it all with forgiveness.
If Stalin Had a Least-Favorite Musical, Would This Be It?
"The Glorious Death of Comrade What's-His-Name" is based on a 1928 play, "The Suicide," by Nikolai Erdman, who was later exiled to Siberia.
In Dark Horse Race for an Oscar, Robert Moses Parts NYC
How the surprisingly under-the-radar Ed Norton film "Motherless Brooklyn" represents the very best of contemporary American neo-noir.
‘Fires in the Mirror’ Remains Theatrically Incendiary
An exhilarating example of the public service that theater is forever capable of providing.
How Soundpainting Came to ‘PoP Up’ in Fort Greene, Brooklyn
"If we can inspire a sense of connection, wonder and whimsy in a fractured world, then I think we have done our job."
Post-Pride Reflections Through POC, LGBTQ Arts Lenses
June is not the only month in which we should have these conversations.
Handler With Care
An entrepreneurial composer returns to full-time composing.
‘Long Lost’: New Margulies Play Should Stay Undiscovered
The playwright thinks he’s offering us shocks. They register more like mild nudges.
Women Take the Spotlight at Panorama Europe 2019
A striking through-line highlights this festival, now at NYC's Museum of the Moving Image.
Are Millennials Actually ‘F**ked’? Ask Matt Williams
A veteran TV writer-producer and "old white guy" explains his new play -- about Millennials.
Triangle Shirtwaist Burns with ‘Fire in My Mouth’ Oratorio
An infamous tragedy inspires a monument to immigrants and their American struggle.
Now On Deck: The Jackie Robinson Museum
Illuminating the life and character of a legend who opened many doors for people of color.
LIC Artists Pledge to Resist Amazon Art Washing
Cuomo, de Blasio and Amazon betrayed the cultural communities of Queens. An artist collective says no.
In ‘Network’ on Broadway, Design Battles Howard Beale
Played by a craggy, and mesmerizing Bryan Cranston, he's not going to take it anymore.
We Need a Little Yiddish, Right This Very Minute
As a smash hit, all-Yiddish "Fiddler" preps to move Off-Broadway, the American theater's most unlikely CEO seizes a new tradition.
Offbeat ‘Orphan’ Films Flicker Across NYC Cinemas
Preservationists, archivists, curators, scholars and collectors celebrate the unclaimed and the curious.
New Plaza Cinema: Rising on NYC’s Upper West Side
From the ashes of an iconic film house comes an exciting new venture.
RJ Mitte, Stephanie Gould Envision Better Roles for Actors with Disabilities
On this podcast, two actors imagine how the arts could better represent a highly overlooked minority.
Is James Franco Fueling Low Ratings for HBO’s ‘The Deuce’?
Without fresh accusations, he's probably in the clear for Season Two.
Black Power Art Raises a Fist at the Brooklyn Museum
“Soul of a Nation” takes a breathtaking look at the political and aesthetic work of Black Power artists.