Patrick Kennedy

Patrick Kennedy

Patrick Kennedy serves as Lead Critic in the Visual Arts for BroadwayWorld.  He regularly contributes reviews of museum and gallery exhibitions, performing arts events, and new art books.  Active in the world of education and humanities scholarship, Patrick is also an Executive Editor at ILEX Publications and a professor at Kean University, where he teaches courses in international literature and research writing.




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BWW Review:  BEYOND THE OAK TREES at Crossroads Theatre is Exceptional DramaBWW Review: BEYOND THE OAK TREES at Crossroads Theatre is Exceptional Drama
Posted: Feb. 21, 2017


BWW Review: TUMULTY'S PUB in New Brunswick NJ for a Great Dining ExperienceBWW Review: TUMULTY'S PUB in New Brunswick NJ for a Great Dining Experience
Posted: Mar. 7, 2017


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BWW Review:  THE NUTCRACKER by ARB at State Theatre is SpectacularBWW Review: THE NUTCRACKER by ARB at State Theatre is Spectacular
Posted: Dec. 23, 2016


BWW Review: The Overpowering Modernity of Francis PicabiaBWW Review: The Overpowering Modernity of Francis Picabia
Posted: Jan. 3, 2017


Exhibitions of the Week: Living in Extravagance with Isaac Mizrahi at the Jewish Museum, Studio Job at the MADExhibitions of the Week: Living in Extravagance with Isaac Mizrahi at the Jewish Museum, Studio Job at the MAD
Posted: Jun. 23, 2016


BWW Review: TUMULTY'S PUB in New Brunswick NJ for a Great Dining ExperienceBWW Review: TUMULTY'S PUB in New Brunswick NJ for a Great Dining Experience
March 7, 2017

Tumulty's Pub is the essence of what a great pub should be. It's a spot where you can enjoy fine food and a great beverage program in a casual, attractive atmosphere.

BWW Review:  BEYOND THE OAK TREES at Crossroads Theatre is Exceptional DramaBWW Review: BEYOND THE OAK TREES at Crossroads Theatre is Exceptional Drama
February 21, 2017

See 'Beyond the Oak Trees' now at Crossroads Theatre through February 26th. Written by Kisha Bundridge and directed by Marshall Jones III, it is an exceptional World Premiere play.

BWW Review: The Overpowering Modernity of Francis PicabiaBWW Review: The Overpowering Modernity of Francis Picabia
January 3, 2017

The Museum of Modern Art delivers a stunning one-artist showcase, and puts forward powerful evidence of Francis Picabia's sly, sensitive genius.

Exhibitions of the Week: Up Close and Personal with Josef Albers at MoMA, Gustav Klimt at the Neue GalerieExhibitions of the Week: Up Close and Personal with Josef Albers at MoMA, Gustav Klimt at the Neue Galerie
December 28, 2016

Two intimate exhibitions show how a pair of modern masters addressed the subtle art of portraiture.

BWW Review:  THE NUTCRACKER by ARB at State Theatre is SpectacularBWW Review: THE NUTCRACKER by ARB at State Theatre is Spectacular
December 23, 2016

The American Repertory Ballet had a spectacular performance of 'The Nutcracker' at the State Theatre in New Brunswick. Directed by the company's Artistic Director, Douglas Martin, the show featured over 100 performers with a live orchestra and youth choir.

BWW Review: Exhibitions for the Holidays at the Jewish Museum, Asia Society, and MoreBWW Review: Exhibitions for the Holidays at the Jewish Museum, Asia Society, and More
December 15, 2016

This season, explore Manhattan's major museums and give the gift of thought-provoking art.

BWW Review: AGNES MARTIN, Subtlety on a Grand Scale at the GuggenheimBWW Review: AGNES MARTIN, Subtlety on a Grand Scale at the Guggenheim
November 28, 2016

With its retrospective of a North American painter of grandeur and grace, the Guggenheim gives top billing to Agnes Martin and her finely-wrought abstractions.

Exhibitions of the Week: Modernism Unbound with Burle Marx at the Jewish Museum, Moholy-Nagy at the GuggenheimExhibitions of the Week: Modernism Unbound with Burle Marx at the Jewish Museum, Moholy-Nagy at the Guggenheim
August 29, 2016

Two masters of shape and color across media bring their creations to Manhattan -- and prompt museum-goers to see modernism anew.

BWW Review:  AMERICAN WHISKEY and Midtown are Perfect TogetherBWW Review: AMERICAN WHISKEY and Midtown are Perfect Together
June 15, 2016

Visit American Whiskey in Midtown. They have an outstanding food and beverage program in a welcoming atmosphere.

Exhibitions of the Week: Living in Extravagance with Isaac Mizrahi at the Jewish Museum, Studio Job at the MADExhibitions of the Week: Living in Extravagance with Isaac Mizrahi at the Jewish Museum, Studio Job at the MAD
June 23, 2016

Two recent shows explore the intersections of art, fashion, design, and sheer outlandishness.

Exhibitions of the Week: Japanese Art, Then and Now at the Asia Society and MoMAExhibitions of the Week: Japanese Art, Then and Now at the Asia Society and MoMA
May 5, 2016

Two showcases show how Japanese masters used set aesthetic principles to discover an array of creative possibilities.

Exhibitions of the Week: The Art of Amusement with Fischli and Weiss at the Guggenheim, Marcel Broodthaers at MoMAExhibitions of the Week: The Art of Amusement with Fischli and Weiss at the Guggenheim, Marcel Broodthaers at MoMA
April 14, 2016

Two major retrospectives offer insights on art, everyday life, and the clever intersection of the two.

BWW Review:  THE HAROLD in Herald Square for a Delicious Daily BreakfastBWW Review: THE HAROLD in Herald Square for a Delicious Daily Breakfast
March 28, 2016

Visit The Harold in Herald Square Monday to Friday from 7:30 am to 11:30 am for a delicious breakfast. Brunch style specialties and much more are on the morning menu.

BWW Review: The Brooding Mastery of Edvard Munch at the Neue GalerieBWW Review: The Brooding Mastery of Edvard Munch at the Neue Galerie
March 28, 2016

In MUNCH AND EXPRESSIONISM, the virtuoso Norwegian artist and his younger followers turn the Neue Galerie into a modernist dreamscape, one painting at a time.

BWW Review:  MEDITERRA in Princeton NJ for Extraordinary DiningBWW Review: MEDITERRA in Princeton NJ for Extraordinary Dining
February 11, 2016

Discover Mediterra in Princeton, New Jersey for an extraordinary dining experience.

BWW Interview: Stellavie, Subtle and Streamlined PrintmakingBWW Interview: Stellavie, Subtle and Streamlined Printmaking
December 17, 2015

A recent interview with Steffen Heidemann and Viktoria Klein, the minds behind Hamburg-based printmaker Stellavie.

BWW Review: Art for the Home - The Transcendent Printmaking of StellavieBWW Review: Art for the Home - The Transcendent Printmaking of Stellavie
December 14, 2015

Fine art prints, brought to you by a rising Hamburg-based firm.

BWW Review: Heralding the Holidays with THE NUTCRACKER and the American Repertory BalletBWW Review: Heralding the Holidays with THE NUTCRACKER and the American Repertory Ballet
December 4, 2015

American Repertory Ballet will be presenting the 'Nutcracker' through December 20th at venues across New Jersey.

Exhibitions of the Week: Alberto Burri at the Guggenheim, Frank Stella at the WhitneyExhibitions of the Week: Alberto Burri at the Guggenheim, Frank Stella at the Whitney
November 9, 2015

Two new exhibitions summon two painters of grand, perhaps flawed ambitions, yet of undeniable power.

BWW Review: Ambition, Seduction, and Chaos in BERLIN METROPOLISBWW Review: Ambition, Seduction, and Chaos in BERLIN METROPOLIS
November 12, 2015

With a fearsomely coherent exhibition, the Neue Galerie transports its visitors to the streets, theaters, and artists' studios of 1918-1933 Berlin.



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