Ruben Santiago-Hudson’s elegantly staged interpretation of this tale is good-looking and well-spoken, though lacking in fatal passion.
The only major U.S. orchestra that requires skirts makes an exception for its parks concerts, which on Wednesday featured two preteen composers.
In the middle of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” and “Angels in America” are late-afternoon gaps to fill. We offer some ideas to pass the time.
This week’s Summer column is all about the Bard.
The free concert series will include performances by Big Daddy Kane and Talib Kweli, as well as Rhiannon Giddens and Met Opera singers.
The Museum of the City of New York show is a history of skating and its long-lost ice palaces, where single show-offs and romantic duos once glided.
The summer-long festival of free concerts in New York City parks will also include performances by Joshua Redman, Slick Rick and Taj Mahal.
The Public Art Fund has commissioned art from Liz Glynn that will be on display at the Doris C. Freedman Plaza starting in March.
Scores of seasonal window displays once graced the city’s great retailing corridors, but only a few stalwarts remain. Blame that Grinch, the internet.