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by Jessica Lewis - Sep 7, 2010
The Collegiate Chorale, led by music director James Bagwell, announces its 69th season, including Brahms' Alto Rhapsody and A German Requiem, featuring Stephanie Blythe, Erin Morley, and Eric Owens, on October 13, 2010 at 7pm at Carnegie Hall; Knickerbocker Holiday on January 25 and 26, 2011 at 8pm at Alice Tully Hall; and two special events: We Remember Them: Choral Music from the Camps and the Ghettos on March 10, 2011 at 7pm at Central Synagogue, and Something Wonderful - A Night of Broadway with Deborah Voigt, conducted by Ted Sperling, on May 19, 2011 at 7pm at Carnegie Hall.
by Molly Tracy - Sep 19, 2016
'Outside the Gates of Eden: A Case for Christian Awareness' is a book of poetry covering biblical, archaeological, and political history. 'Outside the Gates of Eden: A Case for Christian Awareness' is the creation of published author, G. Wilson Boomhower, who was born in January 1950 as the second of six children: three boys and three girls. He was raised by devout Catholic working-class parents whose childhoods had been defined by the Great Depression. He had a large extended family, too; his mom was the youngest of six kids born to Austro-Hungarian immigrants, John and Julia Bodisch. They came through Ellis Island separately, around 1917. His father was the third of eleven children. The Boomhowers trace back to the arrival of Peter Stuyvesant whose ship docked in New Amsterdam (New York City) on May 11, 1647. Boomhower grew up in Geneva, Ohio surrounded by so many siblings and cousins (paternally and maternally) that he was never short of other kids with whom to play.
by Caryn Robbins - Sep 11, 2015
PBS and Ideate Media announced today a new collaboration with Emmy-winner Ed Redlich ('The Practice,' 'Shark,' 'Unforgettable') and Ridley Scott's production company Scott Free to bring the acclaimed best-seller The Island at the Center of the World to life on PBS.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Oct 20, 2011
The Off-Broadway musical revue THE GREENWICH VILLAGE FOLLIES will go on a winter hiatus following the 7:00pm performance on Sunday, November 20 at Manhattan Theatre Source (177 MacDougal Street), performances will commence again in Spring 2012.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 13, 2010
The Collegiate Chorale, led by music director James Bagwell, announces its 69th season, including Brahms' Alto Rhapsody and A German Requiem, featuring Stephanie Blythe, Erin Morley, and Eric Owens, on October 13, 2010 at 7pm at Carnegie Hall; Knickerbocker Holiday on January 25 and 26, 2011 at 8pm at Alice Tully Hall; and two special events: We Remember Them: Choral Music from the Camps and the Ghettos on March 10, 2011 at 7pm at Central Synagogue, and Something Wonderful - A Night of Broadway with Deborah Voigt, conducted by Ted Sperling, on May 19, 2011 at 7pm at Carnegie Hall.
by Molly Tracy - Nov 25, 2016
The Museum of the City of New York presents its greatly anticipated permanent exhibition New York at Its Core. Five years in the making, New York at Its Core is the first-ever museum show to comprehensively interpret and present the compelling story of New York's rise from a striving Dutch village to today's "Capital of the World," a preeminent global city now facing the future in a changing world.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 20, 2011
The Off-Broadway musical revue THE GREENWICH VILLAGE FOLLIES will go on a winter hiatus following the 7:00pm performance on Sunday, November 20 at Manhattan Theatre Source (177 MacDougal Street), performances will commence again in Spring 2012.
by Tyler Peterson - May 6, 2014
The Public Theater will begin performances for Public Studio's two inaugural plays, THE URBAN RETREAT by A. Zell Williams, and MANAHATTA, by Mary Kathryn Nagle, on Thursday, May 15. The two plays will be presented as pared-down productions and run in repertory through Sunday, May 25 in The Public's Shiva Theater.
by Gabrielle Sierra - May 31, 2011
For the first time in its 11 year history, Manhattan Theatre Source - called "one of the top Off-Off Broadway theatres in New York" by New York Magazine - will present an open-ended run of a theatre piece - THE GREENWICH VILLAGE FOLLIES - that has been developed through the company's development process.
by Nicole Rosky - May 25, 2011
For the first time in its 11 year history, Manhattan Theatre Source - called 'one of the top Off-Off Broadway theatres in New York' by New York Magazine - will present an open-ended run of a theatre piece - THE GREENWICH VILLAGE FOLLIES - that has been developed through the company's development process. With music and lyrics by Doug Silver and book and additional lyrics by Andrew Frank, THE GREENWICH VILLAGE FOLLIES' opening night is set for June 28th, 2011.
by Gabrielle Sierra - May 23, 2011
Metropolitan Playhouse, OBIE Award winner and "indispensible East Village institution" (nytheatre.com), presents the second annual East Village Theater Festival, a three-week celebration of the ever-vital life and lore of the East Village.
by Gabrielle Sierra - May 20, 2011
For the first time in its 11 year history, Manhattan Theatre Source - called "one of the top Off-Off Broadway theatres in New York" by New York Magazine - will present an open-ended run of a theatre piece - THE GREENWICH VILLAGE FOLLIES - that has been developed through the company's development process.
by BWW News Desk - May 15, 2014
The Public Theater will begin performances for Public Studio's two inaugural plays, THE URBAN RETREAT by A. Zell Williams, and MANAHATTA, by Mary Kathryn Nagle, tonight, May 15. The two plays will be presented as pared-down productions and run in repertory through Sunday, May 25 in The Public's Shiva Theater.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Mar 22, 2011
For the first time in its 11 year history, Manhattan Theatre Source - called "one of the top Off-Off Broadway theatres in New York" by New York Magazine - will present an open-ended run of a theatre piece - THE GREENWICH VILLAGE FOLLIES - that has been developed through the company's development process.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 7, 2009
Manhattan Theatre Source is proud to announce the return of the critically acclaimed THE GREENWICH VILLAGE FOLLIES by Andrew Frank & Doug Silver, from the original concept by Fran Kirmser (producer, Hair) Sunday nights at 7pm at Manhattan Theatre Source.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 6, 2011
Metropolitan Playhouse, OBIE Award winner and "indispensible East Village institution" (nytheatre.com), presents the second annual East Village Theater Festival, a three-week celebration of the ever-vital life and lore of the East Village.
by Ben Peltz - Jun 29, 2011
From Jerry Herman's Parade to Martin Charnin's No Frills Revue to nights with Betty Comden, Adolph Green and The Revuers, the original song and sketch revue has been a favorite of downtown audiences for nearly a century.  With The Greenwich Village Follies, a new show that takes its name from a legendary production from the 1920s, composer/lyricist Doug Silver and bookwriter/lyricist Andrew Frank not only capture the smart, freestyle irreverence that made downtown revues so popular, but they use the format to offer an eighty-minute lesson on the history of America's first haven for artists, free-thinkers and non-conformists.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Jun 28, 2011
Seventy-three years after its Broadway premiere, Kurt Weill and Maxwell Anderson's Knickerbocker Holiday can finally be heard in its first full recording, released on CD by Ghostlight Records on June 28, 2011.
by Ben Peltz - Jun 28, 2011
While Shakespeare's canon includes many couples whose relationships are of questionable health - Kate and Petruchio, Beatrice and Benedick, Mr. and Mrs. Scottish - few are as discomfortingly mismatched as the lead pair of All's Well That Ends Well.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 26, 2013
NYC Parks officials joined Borough President Helen M. Marshall, Historic House Trust of NYC Executive Director Franklin Vagnone, NYC Comptroller John Liu and Bowne House Historical Society Board Member Rosemary Vietor to break ground on a major restoration at the historic Bowne House in Flushing, Queens. Scroll down for photos from the ground-breaking!
by BWW News Desk - Jun 22, 2017
House of Yes, New York's favorite party people return once again to the beautiful outdoor private park at the Vander Ende-Onderdonk House for their second annual July 4th FREE with RSVP ($10 at the door) party and BBQ from 1pm-9pm.
by Caryn Robbins - Jun 21, 2011
'Knickerbocker Holiday', a performance by The Collegiate Chorale recorded live at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center on January 25 & 26, 2011 is now available for pre-sale from Ghostlight Records.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 4, 2017
House of Yes, New York's favorite party people return once again to the beautiful outdoor private park at the Vander Ende-Onderdonk House for their second annual July 4th FREE with RSVP ($10 at the door) party and BBQ from 1pm-9pm.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Jul 12, 2011
For the first time in its 11 year history, Manhattan Theatre Source - called 'one of the top Off-Off Broadway theatres in New York' by New York Magazine - presents an open-end run of a work developed through the company's development process - the musical revue THE GREENWICH VILLAGE FOLLIES, which opened officially on June 28th, 2011.
by Ben Peltz - Jan 31, 2011
Back in the 1930s, when hip New Yorkers got their doses of political satire by taking in the latest Broadway musical comedy, it wasn't uncommon for then-President FDR to pop up in a show; either in person, as played by George M. Cohan in Rodgers and Hart's I'd Rather Be Right or, more frequently, through comical lyrics, such as those penned by Harold Rome in Pins and Needles and Cole Porter in Leave It To Me!
by BWW News Desk - Jan 29, 2014
Margaret Thatcher Projects will present Color-Virus, the third solo exhibition of Belgian artist, Jus Juchtmans. In the exhibition, micro-layers of acrylic and acrylic gel medium are skillfully stretched atop one another, creating an illusionary sense of space. The effect is balanced by thick drips at the edges of the canvas, countering illusion and grounding, and giving attention to the physical object in its environment. This theme of duality underlies all of Juchtmans' paintings. The exhibition will be on view February 13 - March 22, 2014, with an artist's reception set for Thursday, February 13 from 6 to 8 p.m.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Jan 18, 2011
Kurt Weill's stage collaborations with Maxwell Anderson are being celebrated in New York this winter with rare back-to-back productions of "Knickerbocker Holiday" and "Lost in the Stars."
by BWW News Desk - Feb 5, 2009
Today's Broadway Blogs on BroadwayWorld.com from Thursday, February 5, 2009.
by Kristin Salaky - Feb 5, 2009
While waiting for my guest to return from the ladies room after Monday night's performance of J.T. Rogers' White People, I amused myself by observing the faces of those exiting the theatre and waiting for the elevator to take them up to street level. The white people in the audience were generally very quiet with serious faces that suggested they were deep in thought. The non-white people I observed all displayed that healthy vibrancy that comes with taking in a lively evening of exhilarating theatre; particularly the woman with the Obama baseball cap who was happily chatting away with her companions and the young man who was sitting in front of me during the show, whose hearty laughter throughout the 90 minute piece told the whole room he was having a ball.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 4, 2011
Kurt Weill's stage collaborations with Maxwell Anderson are being celebrated in New York this winter with rare back-to-back productions of "Knickerbocker Holiday" and "Lost in the Stars."
by BWW News Desk - Feb 13, 2014
Margaret Thatcher Projects will present Color-Virus, the third solo exhibition of Belgian artist, Jus Juchtmans. In the exhibition, micro-layers of acrylic and acrylic gel medium are skillfully stretched atop one another, creating an illusionary sense of space. The effect is balanced by thick drips at the edges of the canvas, countering illusion and grounding, and giving attention to the physical object in its environment. This theme of duality underlies all of Juchtmans' paintings. The exhibition will be on view today, February 13 - March 22, 2014, with an artist's reception set for tonight, February 13 from 6 to 8 p.m.
by Sheri Tor - Feb 1, 2006
Diversity brings growth. Growth brings change.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Dec 12, 2017
General ticket sales are underway for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival's (OSF) 83rd season, which begins with the first preview on Feb. 16 and continues through Oct. 28. The 2018 season features four plays by William Shakespeare, a re-imagined classic musical, two West Coast premieres, one U.S. premiere and two world premieres as well as a host of events and opportunities to further engage with the onstage works.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Aug 11, 2009
Come and see the trial of Johan van Buren, accused of murdering a Swede named Niels Holgerson on July 4, 1654. The trial, being presided over by the Right Honorable Frank Visser, on the authority of the States General of the Republic of the Seven United Netherlands, by commission of the Governor-General Peter Stuyvesant.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Apr 14, 2009
Manhattan Theatre Source is proud to announce the return of the critically acclaimed THE GREENWICH VILLAGE FOLLIES by Andrew Frank & Doug Silver, from the original concept by Fran Kirmser (producer, Hair) Sunday nights at 7pm at Manhattan Theatre Source.
by Courtnie Mele - Apr 10, 2014
The Public Theater (Artistic Director, Oskar Eustis; Executive Director, Patrick Willingham) announced today that single tickets are now on sale for Public Studio's two inaugural plays, THE URBAN RETREAT and MANAHATTA. The two plays will be presented as pared-down productions and run in repertory from Thursday, May 15 to Sunday, May 25 in The Public's Shiva Theater.