New York Peace Film Festival, Charlie Parker's Yardbird, Affordable Art Fair, a couple of just opened exhibitions and the first showing of Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day's Journey into Night starring incomparable Jessica Lange and Gabriel Byrne. Read the rest of what the city's got for you below and whatever you do, have a wonderful weekend in New York.
Jessica Lange, Gabriel Byrne and John Gallagher Jr star in this revival of O’Neil autobiographical drama. The story of love and addiction remains as moving as ever. Don't miss your chance to see Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day's Journey into Night with an incomparable cast.
Lawrence Brownlee is a today's operatic legend, right as Charlie Parker used to be a jazz legend and still is. The Apollo Theater launches an expedition to the world of amazing saxophone jazz in an opera way.
For the first time contemporary art lovers can watch Rachel Harrison: Perth Amboy exhibition at MOMA since it became a part of the collection at the beginning of the new century. For Perth Amboy the artist took photographs of a home in New Jersey town, making reference to a miraculous accident.
Claudia Shear, the Tuck Everlasting book writer, claims that the show is dealing with a little girl who has an adventure— she runs away from home and meets a family who is immortal. How do we live, knowing we die?
Between the joys of youth and the kingly ambitions and duties. Facing enemies both inside and outside of your realm. The last chapter of Shakespeare's royal family saga wraps up the King and Country cycle in Brooklyn Academy of Music this Spring.
The multi-faced flower whose name is given in the East to lovely girls. It possesses thousands of species, a multitude of shapes and as many mysteries. One of the civilization's favorite flowers, the orchid never gets totally tame.
Great work behind seemingly silly and carefree pictures. A definite New York accent recognizable in drawn characters who are attractive to the audience of any nation and age. Mo Willems' works showcase both whimsy and art hardly separable from each other.
The past does not let go so easily. As hackneyed as it is, this simple truth keeps giving food for thought to authors including playwrights. The present case, Blackbird, is about the past that does not let go sexual abuser and his victim.
Shakespeare's legacy is to be celebrated in BAM Harvey Theatre in the coming Spring not only by a majestic staging of the whole King And Country cycle, but also by an exhibition of Shakespearean paper artifacts generously provided by the Folger Shakespeare Library and The Robert W. Wilson Charitable Trust.
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