On Broadway. This show didn’t work for me. An unhappy play about an aging grandmother lost slowly and painfully to Alzheimer’s. At the Golden theatre we were seats A101/103 in the front mezzo and my view was a bit blocked. I would say that the aisle and the […]
Works & Process Rotunda Project Dorrance Dance- a once in a lifetime experience. Performed originally last night for the guests of the Gala I lucked into an invitation to experience it with 550 NYC schoolchildren. Kids from art schools and art programs and they have no idea just […]
At the Public Theatre. Really emotional tale of a black family tearing apart with a backdrop focused on the deaths of black women. Or is it the other way around. The Public describes it this way. From The Public’s Emerging Writers Group alum and 2017-18 Tow Playwright-in-Residence Patricia Ione […]
Truffled Moneybags. I need say no more. But I will. They were magnificent as good as the cheesecake. Seriously, as good as the cheesecake. Brad didn’t like the crust, I loved the entire thing. The Ceasar Salad was weak. They, as so many places do, need to try […]
Again a treat at the Library of the Performing Arts. After a tour upstairs we joined 175 other music/dance lovers for a special concert and film- the music, Sujin Lee, Julian Schwarz, and Julian Langford, three brilliant cellists of The New York Classical players, perform Bach’s first, fifth, […]
I can’t say I like or understand the music of young Conrad Tao but I totally enjoyed seeing the chemistry between these two young men. Caleb, a tap dancer with a Lindy Hop background treated us to a sand covered stage where he and his dancers twirled and […]
And Hudson Market bear the Landmark on 57th. Another MoviePass. Adventure The market looks great. A few food bars, a few made to order counters, and fresh looking veggies.
For fried chicken! Alphabet City!!! Avenue C between 6 & 7. Met the kids for a birthday celebration.
On Amsterdam between 72 & 73. We ran down to grab a bite after the Robbins tour at the library and before the viewing of A Suite Of Dances at the the Bruno Walter Auditorium downstairs.
A fabulous tour of the Robbins exhibition by Amanda Vaill a lovely biographer,convincing speaker, and lover of Robbins, dance and Broadway. At the library there is a front room that serves to host special exhibitions- last year Bernsteen this year Robbins. Included in the collection were diaries, costumes, […]