Manhattan Tue, Nov 27, 2012 - Sun, Apr 14, 2013
This exhibition highlights the specific African artifacts acquired by the New York avant-garde and its most influential patrons during the 1910s and 1920s. Reflecting on the dynamism of New York's art scene during the years that followed the 1913 Armory Show, the exhibition brings together African works from the collections ...
Manhattan Fri, Feb 08, 2013 - Sun, Apr 14, 2013
Discover the power of love in Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s 1994 Tony Award-winning musical. This first fully-mounted New York revival of this rarely-performed masterpiece is helmed by the innovative John Doyle. The show has been extended through April 19, 2013.
Manhattan Tue, Feb 05, 2013 - Sun, Apr 14, 2013
Edie Falco stars as Martha, a kindergarten teacher with a life many would want: a loving husband, a devoted daughter. But when she leaves it all behind, it’s up to her daughter Sarah to pick up the pieces.
Manhattan Thu, Mar 07, 2013 - Sun, Apr 14, 2013
Iceland. Family. Crisis… Gunnar Oddmunson’s life is in ruins. He is standing alone with a shovel in his hands, wondering how it all went wrong. He was feeling lucky, successful, and had big dreams for the future before the Icelandic economy collapsed, setting a new world record in national bankruptcy. ...
Manhattan Wed, Apr 10, 2013 - Sun, Apr 14, 2013
The Brothers Grimm "go Broadway" as Sondheim and Lapine offer up a cockeyed fairy tale where all of your favorite characters—Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Jack (and his beanstalk) and The Witch—meet and interact on their journeys.
Brooklyn Fri, Apr 05, 2013 - Sun, Apr 14, 2013
Miyazaki’s indelible style—which weds the uncanniness of Lewis Carroll and the epic grandeur of Akira Kurosawa—stands as a testament to the beauty and imaginative power of hand-drawn animation, conjuring richly realized worlds replete with mystical spirits and shot through with an abiding concern for the relationship between humans and nature.
Manhattan Thu, Apr 19, 2012, 7:00 am - Sun, Apr 14, 2013, 10:00 pm
The first group exhibition on the High Line, "Lilliput" reflects on the traditional role of public art by offering a counterbalance to the monumental scale often employed for plaza sculptures and other outdoor installations in public spaces.