Fallon joked: “Everyone’s fighting. People are exhausted. There’s no end in sight. It’s basically like playing a game of Monopoly with your family.”
After almost 42 years, the club, which hosted jazz, comedy, burlesque, “The Vagina Monologues” and more, falls victim to rising real estate costs.
The troupe, which has played an important role in British dance, is losing its access to funding.
The San Marco convent, central to the legacies of Fra Angelico and Savonarola, is closing, a victim of the Roman Catholic Church’s dwindling clergy ranks.
“Three Wise Guys” will be the final production for the Actors Company Theater.
The theater on the Upper West Side, operated by Daniel and Toby Talbot, has served as a springboard for foreign and independent films for more than 30 years.
Artists like Cindy Sherman, Richard Serra and Joan Jonas are pushing for the closing of cultural institutions in protest of Donald J. Trump’s inaugural.
The beloved New York nonprofit circus has announced that it is ending its public performances after failing to raise the $2 million it said it needed to stay viable.