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“Legally Blonde” Delivers Fresh Feminist Message

“Legally Blonde” Delivers Fresh Feminist Message

November 8, 2018

To rephrase the opening sequence of “Legally Blonde,” “Omigod, omigod you guys, Splinter Group’s gonna win the prize.” On Thursday, Oct. 18...

Star-Studded New York Comic Con

Star-Studded New York Comic Con

November 8, 2018

This year’s New York Comic Con (NYCC) was as nerdy and amazing as always, with new guests, premieres and ...

“The Perks of Being a Snowflake” – Senior Releases Debut Album

“The Perks of Being a Snowflake” – Senior Releases Debut Album

November 8, 2018

Have you ever wondered what the unifying thread between the “Justin Bieber, Lizard Man” conspirac...

To Respark a Catholic Schoolgirl’s Imagination

To Respark a Catholic Schoolgirl’s Imagination

November 8, 2018

Walking into the Byzantine and medieval art galleries at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, I felt that I wa...

BOOvie Night: Scary Flicks to Watch in October

BOOvie Night: Scary Flicks to Watch in October

November 8, 2018

Halloween night entails getting out of the house, whether it be for candy, the Village parade or parties a...

Sleepless Nights After “Sleep No More”

Sleepless Nights After “Sleep No More”

November 8, 2018

You’re Invited to “Sleep No More” Who: Theatergoers, thrill-seekers, Shakespeare-lovers, horro...

How to Fall into Autumn for First Time New Yorkers

How to Fall into Autumn for First Time New Yorkers

November 8, 2018

Fall is finally upon us which means sweater weather, pumpkin everything, Halloween and beautiful hues of...

Review: At Ars Nova, ‘Rags Parkland’ Takes Us To Our Future

Review: At Ars Nova, ‘Rags Parkland’ Takes Us To Our Future

November 7, 2018

“Rags Parkland Sings the Songs of the Future” is a lesson, a study, really, in the very making of folk tradition, of oral history told through song.

Review: ‘Eve’s Song’ Makes An Ambitious Attempt at Tackling Family and Violence in Black America

Review: ‘Eve’s Song’ Makes An Ambitious Attempt at Tackling Family and Violence in Black America

November 7, 2018

Most of “Eve's Song,” The Public Theater’s world premiere by resident playwright Patricia Ione Lloyd, is spent around a table, and that’s because “Eve's Song” is the story of an American family.

Review: In ‘Midsummer’ The Mobile Unit Delivers a Joyous Celebration of Life and Shakespeare

Review: In ‘Midsummer’ The Mobile Unit Delivers a Joyous Celebration of Life and Shakespeare

November 7, 2018

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” is an explosion of joy and laughter, bewitched by a cast of New Yorkers dedicated to the art of translation, to the task of bringing the wonderful absurdities of Shakespearean comedy to audiences of diverse providence, and the brightest example of The Public Theater’s founding mission.

Award Season —– Coming Soon to a Screen Near You

Award Season —– Coming Soon to a Screen Near You

October 10, 2018

By RIYA RAJIV Contributing Writer Filmmakers and actors woke up this year feeling ambitious and ready to churn out...

An Evening of Dance, Fashion and Progress

An Evening of Dance, Fashion and Progress

October 10, 2018

By BETHANY GREENHO Contributing Writer On Thursday, Sept. 27, 2018, the annual Fall Gala at the ...

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