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Trezana Beverley and Mary Bacon to Star in Urban Stages' Radio Play ELEANOR AND ALICE Photo Trezana Beverley and Mary Bacon to Star in Urban Stages' Radio Play ELEANOR AND ALICE
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 23, 2021

Urban Stages has announced Urban Stages' Women's Month selection, Eleanor and Alice by Ellen Abrams, performed as a radio play. The radio play will premiere on March 18 at 7:30 pm with a premiere night benefit exclusive to ticket holders.

Hunter@Home Presents THE PRESIDENTS VS. THE PRESS: FROM THE FOUNDING FATHERS TO FAKE  Photo Hunter@Home Presents THE PRESIDENTS VS. THE PRESS: FROM THE FOUNDING FATHERS TO FAKE NEWS
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 24, 2020

Hunter College is inviting members of their community from across the globe to tune into the next installment of their virtual series, Hunter@Home, which presents lectures, readings, and discussions covering a wide range of topics as opportunities to thrive and learn in moments that can provide relief.

Special Events Announced for MTC's BELLA BELLA Photo Special Events Announced for MTC's BELLA BELLA
by Julie Musbach - Oct 11, 2019

MTC announces events following select performances of Bella Bella, written and performed by four-time Tony Award winner Harvey Fierstein

Chesterwood To Present Staged Reading Of Harold Holzer's THE LINCOLN FAMILY ALBUM Photo Chesterwood To Present Staged Reading Of Harold Holzer's THE LINCOLN FAMILY ALBUM
by Julie Musbach - Jul 18, 2018

Chesterwood will present a staged reading of "The Lincoln Family Album", written and moderated by noted Lincoln scholar Harold Holzer, on Wednesday, Aug. 8 at 5 p.m. in Daniel Chester French's Studio. The presentation is the third program Holzer has written and narrated for Chesterwood and follows the success of previous sold-out performances of Holzer's "Lincoln Speaks."

Carnegie Hall's THE '60S FESTIVAL Announces March Events Photo Carnegie Hall's THE '60S FESTIVAL Announces March Events
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 1, 2018

Carnegie Hall's The '60s: The Years that Changed America, a citywide festival from January 14-March 24, 2018, concludes this month with a vast array of events presented at Carnegie Hall and at more than 35 leading partner cultural institutions throughout New York City. This special exploration of the '60s invites audiences to explore this turbulent decade through the lens of arts and culture, including music's role as a meaningful vehicle to inspire social change.

Carnegie Hall to Present The '60s: The Years That Changed America Photo Carnegie Hall to Present The '60s: The Years That Changed America
by Robert Diamond - Nov 17, 2017

From January 14-March 24, 2018, Carnegie Hall presents The '60s: The Years that Changed America, a citywide festival exploring the turbulent decade that was the 1960s through the lens of arts and culture, including music's role as a meaningful vehicle to inspire social change.

Tina Packer, Dennis Krausnick, Jayne Atkinson, Michel Gill & Chris Tucci Take Part in Photo Tina Packer, Dennis Krausnick, Jayne Atkinson, Michel Gill & Chris Tucci Take Part in LINCOLN SPEAKS at Chesterwood
by BWW News Desk - Aug 9, 2017

Art and history, as vividly recalled in both the public oratory and private thoughts of Abraham Lincoln, will come alive at Chesterwood today, Aug. 9 at 5 p.m., with the return of 'Lincoln Speaks,' a program of dramatic readings held in Daniel Chester French's Stockbridge studio alongside the sculptor's six-foot-high plaster model of the seated figure of "Abraham Lincoln" for the Lincoln Memorial, arguably the most famous and compelling Lincoln image in the world. The "Lincoln Speaks" program debuted to a sold-out house at Chesterwood last summer.

Tina Packer, Dennis Krausnick, Jayne Atkinson, Michel Gill & Chris Tucci Take Part in Photo Tina Packer, Dennis Krausnick, Jayne Atkinson, Michel Gill & Chris Tucci Take Part in LINCOLN SPEAKS at Chesterwood
by BWW News Desk - Aug 1, 2017

Art and history, as vividly recalled in both the public oratory and private thoughts of Abraham Lincoln, will come alive at Chesterwood on Wednesday, Aug. 9 at 5 p.m., with the return of 'Lincoln Speaks,' a program of dramatic readings held in Daniel Chester French's Stockbridge studio alongside the sculptor's six-foot-high plaster model of the seated figure of "Abraham Lincoln" for the Lincoln Memorial, arguably the most famous and compelling Lincoln image in the world. The "Lincoln Speaks" program debuted to a sold-out house at Chesterwood last summer.

Author's New Lincoln Book Receives 2016 Achievement Award
by Christina Mancuso - Feb 3, 2017

Historian and author, Noah Andre Trudeau has recently been selected to receive the prestigious 2016 Award of Achievement from the Lincoln Group of New York for his new book, Lincoln's Greatest Journey: Sixteen Days that Changed a Presidency, March 24 - April 8, 1865. The award committee's vote was unanimous, according to the Lincoln Group's president Steven R. Koppelman. 'The Award is presented annually to the individual or organization that has done the most to encourage the study and appreciation of Abraham Lincoln,' explained Koppelman. 'In making this award, The Lincoln Group of New York recognizes Lincoln's Greatest Journey as a superb work of research, expertly written, which details an aspect of the Lincoln presidency that has been little studied and a much needed in-depth work.' He went on to state that prior award winners include Doris Kearns Goodwin, Eric Foner, Harold Holzer, and screenwriter Tony Kushner. 'It is a wonderful and humbling honor to receive this prestigious Award of Achievement for Lincoln's Greatest Journey,' said Trudeau. 'It is a special feeling to read the list of past winners along with the memorable books they wrote and to realize my effort is now counted among them. My thanks to the members of the Lincoln Group of New York for making this selection.' 'This is a special study, with keen insights and deep research, so having Noah Andre Trudeau win such a prestigious award is very gratifying,' explained Managing Director Theodore P. Savas. 'Noah been working studying this phase of Lincoln's unique life for a long while and in many ways, and I am especially pleased his work has been recognized in this manner.' About the Book: The most extensively researched and detailed story of these decisive sixteen days at City Point, Lincoln's Greatest Journey provides a narrative laden with many heretofore unpublished accounts. A fresh, more complete picture of Lincoln emerges. This is Lincoln at a time of great personal and national change - the story of how he made peace with the past and became firmly future-focused, all set against a dramatically new narrative of what really happened during those last weeks of his life. It infuses the well-worn Lincoln narrative with fresh sources to fundamentally change an often-told story in ways large and small. About the Author: Noah Andre Trudeau is a history graduate of the State University of New York at Albany. His first book, Bloody Roads South, won the Civil War Round Table of New York's prestigious Fletcher Pratt Award, and enjoyed a cameo appearance in the hit web television series House of Cards. His fourth book, Like Men of War, a combat history of black troops in the Civil War, was honored with the Grady McWhiney Research Foundation's Jerry Coffey Memorial Book Prize. His other books include a best-selling history of the Battle of Gettysburg, Sherman's 'March to the Sea,' and a compact biography of Robert E. Lee. About Savas Beatie LLC: Savas Beatie LLC is a leading military and general history publishing company. Read more about Lincoln's Greatest Journey, and all of their books at http://tinyurl.com/zslfghw. Contact: Renee Morehouse, Savas Beatie LLC Email: renee@savasbeatie.com Phone: 916-941-6896, Fax: 916-941-6895

MetLiveArts Presents February Performances
by Molly Tracy - Feb 1, 2017

This February at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, MetLiveArts includes The Lincoln Family Album, the male vocal quintet, Profeti della Quinta, Gerald Clayton Quartet and Quartet in Residence, PUBLIQuartet, returns to The Met with a program exploring, What is "American music"? with Jessie Montgomery's Banner.