Produced in conjunction with the exhibition "WWII & NYC," New-York Historical Society’s inaugural film series will show a broad scope of life during and after the most widespread and destructive conflict in human history.
Tony Award winner Bartlett Sher’s production of "The Barber of Seville" is a rollicking comedy classic the entire family can enjoy. This holiday entertainment is razor-sharp, stylishly-sung (in English) and only two hours long.
Banish post-holiday boredom with a special event for ages 3 to 6. Bring your favorite teddy to meet Mrs. Woodhull, hotel proprietor. Follow her as she talks about a typical day at the Mount Vernon Hotel in 1830.
Fresh from her triumph in the Met’s "The Enchanted Island," mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato, one of the world’s most exciting singers, takes on the virtuosic bel canto role of the doomed Mary, Queen of Scots.
Make plans now to join New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players's Artistic Director Albert Bergeret and his talented and fun-loving crew for their annual New Year's Eve champagne gala performance of favorite G&S scenes, songs, parodies, overtures, and the ever-popular tour-de-force challenge audience requests performed impromptu with full orchestra.
There are three things to consider when the New Year’s Day Poetry Marathon sweeps you into its gracefully uncouth embrace — what it is, what it was, and who you will be when it’s over. The 39th annual star-studded benefit features Gordon Gano, John Giorno, Steve Earle, Taylor Mead, Suzanne ...