Old Harlem is celebrated in Harlem, and on Broadway in After Midnight. Last weekend, a ribbon cutting at Minton's, Richard Parson's supper club, marks...
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Why go on about the spectacular After Midnight, other than to say that for pure entertainment it comes as near being worth every penny charged as anything does in this gold-plated ticket era of ours?
Artistry is not dead -- nor is it dying. Yet contemporary life makes it more and more challenging. To make sure that artistry continues to reign supreme despite these challenges, we need to keep the dialogue alive among dance professionals.
Another Tony Awards is in the history books. Marred by technical difficulties, this wasn't the best broadcast ever, but it was definitely not the worst.
Give a welcome to Twyla Tharp's Come Fly Away at the Marquis Theatre, which, while an entertaining opus, isn't Movin' Out caliber.
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