New York does the Holidays and Christmas arguably better than any other destination, and much of it is rooted in decades of tradition. And it’s magical. But it also begs the question: “What’s new and exciting?”
The issues at stake in the current election surface in different ways on New York stages.
If you are considering visiting an iPic movie theater, think twice. You may not want to go. Oh, there’s nothing wrong with the experience there, it’s just that it’ll spoil you from ever going to a regular theater again.
by Rory Winston In a vain attempt to keep up with emerging poets, playwrights and new productions, I – like many theater professionals and enthusiasts out there – supplement my monthly subscriptions by scouring online sources and skimming through additional information alluded to by friends and friends of friends on Facebook. Admittedly, despite my best…
By Barry Bassis
What’s with all the plays with Russian titles this past season? There was “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike,” “Nikolai and the Others,” and “Natasha, Pierre And The Great Comet of 1812.” The last one is a musical based on part of Tolstoy’s “War and Peace” and is being performed in Kazino, a supper club erected just for this show. Both the venue and the musical are worth taking in.