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Take a note, Spider-Man. Just across the way from your seemingly cursed Broadway theatre, another cast of characters is demonstrating just how you stage a rock opera-musical. Unlike the hopelessly flat webbed superhero’s show, the opening notes of American Idiot are loud, abrasive and visually arresting—infused with the energy of a compelling young cast who capture the audience and won’t let go for the next hour and half or so. Plus, there are captivating flying sequences as well—take that Spidey!
It was an over zealously gingerized take on a traditional Pims Cup that was the most memorable part of last night’s meal at The Lambs Club, Geoffrey Zakarian’s buzzy 44th
At times on Saturday night, I felt like the ladies of Broadway’s Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown were warming up for the New York Marathon. What with
When I first moved to Manhattan, folks told me that you may start calling yourself a “true New Yorker” only after living here 10 years. It was always said with
Last Friday, I fell in love all over again with a man some are calling the American Hitler. I first became infatuated with him when I was 11, while visiting