Opera goers fled the Metropolitan Opera House after a challenging four hour encounter with Boris Gudonov on Friday. But this human drama still nicely shows that, almost two centuries later, the hubris parade plods on.
I'm an actor and a writer. And lately I've been having trouble remembering why -- when I can barely pay my rent, let alone health insurance -- why I do what I do.
Hundreds of artists descended on Rush Arts Gallery in Chelsea to celebrate the opening of Curate NYC, a new online arts showcase and multi-venue juried exhibition for New York City visual artists.
The new Broadway show, Lombardi, is being widely touted as a play that will get men excited about theater. This show isn't going to attract your typical theatergoing clientele, to say the least.
First performed in 1991, with a dazzlingly white-and-black skewed set, La Bete's current incarnation is in a towering library. The ideas may be lofty, but the reality is disquieting.
To call Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson "sophomoric" is to flatter it. "Freshmanic" might be closer to describing its juvenile quality. Or maybe just plain "manic."
When they first appear on stage, this new L.A. band would seem to have a lot working against them.
In the past, museums did honor to collectors by presenting their art, but now, with museums often priced out of major acquisitions, they are actively soliciting private collectors to exhibit their trophies.
You might have a hard time making it to Chelsea this week.
Designers were encouraged to create bold, confident dresses in black, each being a unique creation by some of the most respected names in the industry -- Giorgio Armani, Jean Paul Gaultier and Valentino, to name a few.
According to a variety of surveys conducted over the past 20 years, between 15 and 30 percent of all artists have no health insurance. While the problem isn't new, one solution is.
When I heard CBS was canceling As the World Turns, I went into mourning for its escapist froth and for the effect its absence will have on Brooklyn
This slide show pairs potential sources of inspiration from NYPL's Digital Gallery with designs from Fashion Week's spring 2011 collections.
The daughter of the late Yul Brynner has published a four-volume book of the actor's photographs, and on the Lehman Maupin gallery is exhibiting excerpts of them to commemorate the twenty-fifth anniversary of the actor's death.
At first it was just patchwork over windows and signposts, deceptively simple. A piece of paper bisected by a black line with a Helvetica-fonted survey question about the "Ground Zero mosque" on both sides.
The audience includes those dressed as their favorite elves or wizards. This is fellowship of a wholly different order -- a mesmerizing venture, both visual and musical.