New York City has never been a place well known for its mild tempo and easy market. Many journey to the city in search of dreams and opportunities and find themselves outbound sooner rather than later. Multi-tasking musician Cheryl Engelhardt has mastered the art of balance and utilization of business ideals to drive her [...]
As Director Allan Buchman states, “This year’s IMPACT 2012 festival has a necessity and an immediacy—a response shared by many that there is an urgent need to discuss our future.”
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Running now through August 26, the IMPACT 2012 Festival consists of documentaries, satirical political comedy, music, theater and new art [...]
When I first heard about the 1990s film “Ghost”being turned into a musical, I was intrigued. I wasn’t sure how it was going to be translated into musical theater, but was excited to hear about the special effects.
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Coined by the New York Times as a “thrill-free singing [...]
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Created to appeal to culturally engaged art buyers and enthusiasts, the second annual artMRKT Hamptons will feature leading galleries from across the country. Forty galleries will exhibit original contemporary painting, sculpture, photography and prints at the Bridgehampton Historical Society grounds on July 19 – 22.
Underscoring the [...]
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On Tuesday, July 10th, UCB East presents UCB Ladies Night: Men Welcome. UCB, or the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, offers high quality and affordable comedic performances and classes on Manhattan’s east and west side.
Their dedication to the education of the arts has not gone unnoticed. Previous guest stand-up performances [...]
A group of local actors make their first film and sell-out opening night of the Manhattan Film Festival. The short film, Hearts Gamble is relatable, intimate, thought provoking and humorous film. Much like Sex and the City, it depicts the friendship of four men as they discuss questions and thoughts relating to relationships, [...]
Sleep No More, an interactive play based on Shakespeare’s Macbeth, is one of the most highly regarded site-specific shows in NYC. After hearing raving reviews, I had to see what the hype was all about.
(photo credit: Yaniv Schulman)
Punchdrunk, a British site-specific theater company, has transformed three warehouses in NYC’s Chelsea [...]
Photo Credit: C. Holt
This weekend, the 5th Annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic to benefit Work to Ride was a smashing success. As I made my way to New York on Friday, the weather forecast was foreboding and there were reports of thunderstorms and tornados to come. However, on Saturday morning, when I [...]