In the final Weekend of the semester, Sally Gao talks to the people behind the summer film festival with the best views, Ryan Veling helps you explore Coney Island, Alexandra Villarreal writes about the Tony-nominated “The Cripple of Inishmaan,” and Reuben Berman reviews KCST’s production of “Th
This week, Neha Sundaram tackles James Baldwin’s legacy and how three organizations are working to remind everybody of it in honor of the author’s 90th birthday, Chris Browner reviews an opera featuring Joyce DiDonato, and Zoë Miller shares her thoughts on “Cabaret.”
In this week’s issue, Alexandra Villarreal takes a look at one of the most diverse dance companies in the city, Neha Sundaram breaks down the best summer albums to look forward to, and Chancellor Agard reviews the FX adaptation of “Fargo.”
Dan Garisto explores NY museums off the beaten track, so that you never, ever, have to go yourself.
Sarah Roth rounds up the best in Biblical cinema to complement this weekend's lead on "The Mysteries."
In this week’s issue, Katie McMahon writes about the new epic-length production of “The Mysteries” and Neha Sundaram writes about a new exhibit at the Met. Also, Chris Browner tackles Puccini’s well-loved but lackluster Met production of “Madama Butterfly.”
In this issue of Weekend, Ally Villarreal looks at the big-name cast of “Of Mice and Men,” starring Broadway newcomers James Franco and Chris O’Dowd; we give you a rundown of the best contemporary poets in honor of National Poetry Month; and Ryan Veling takes you on a guided tour of Prospect Par
The star-studded cast of “Of Mice and Men” on Broadway at the Longacre Theatre will attempt to retain the integrity of John Steinbeck’s Depression-era novel, while also making it accessible to the sensibilities of a modern audience.
This weekend’s lead traces the history of the Roseland Ballroom, a venue at the center of New York’s music scene slated to close in the next two weeks.