There goes the neighborhood! (Again.) The news that the Roundabout Theater Company has sold off the name of the historic Selwyn Theater–its new home on Broadway–to American Airlines is only the beginning of the corporate end.
“Let’s take in a show at the American Airlines Theater” lacks a certain something–call it magic–but let our righteousness Read More
Cussi Fans, Tutti
When the Metropolitan Museum of Art throws its annual Costume Institute gala on Dec. 7, its only anchors in the past will be the theme, Cubism and fashion, and the event’s glamorous history–this will be the 50th anniversary of what was once dubbed the party of the year. Save for some of Read More
I regret singling out Lincoln Center Theater for some harsh criticism. As André Bishop, Lincoln Center’s well-liked artistic director, put it when I spoke to him a few days ago: Life’s tough enough.
But what concerns me is the surprising news that Lincoln Center has joined forces with Garth Drabinsky-whose company, Livent Inc., produced Ragtime Read More