Watch our first 15 presidents die serving their country, each in a different way. From absurd to poignant, join us for a warped pseudo-history of America in this epic short play cycle that puts a macabre twist on the nation’s highest office.
Using a playlist of opera and music theater favorites, Tony winner Cady Huffman (The Nance, The Producers) discusses her connections to both genres in a program that features music by soprano Sequina DuBose and countertenor Ryland Angel.
As Jack Goldstein’s instructor at CalArts in the early 1970s, John Baldessari greatly informed the late artist’s work. Artist R. H. Quaytman continues the tradition of appropriation and mechanical reproduction. Baldessari and Quaytman share their reflections and impressions of Goldstein in this intergenerational dialogue moderated by Jens Hoffmann.
The JLCO formed when Wynton Marsalis and his septet joined forces with the surviving players of the Duke Ellington Orchestra, creating a group that knows that some jazz masterpieces are meant to be danced to. This beautiful big band will bring back the glory of ballrooms past. Dance Lesson ...
Listen to live music in the garden, featuring the Wind Trio from LaGuardia Arts, the "Fame" School. Students from this internationally recognized school of performing arts will play classical and contemporary selections. Complimentary beverages and museum tour included.
Part puppet show, part zombie movie, this docu-drama/slasher flick mash-up combines first-hand accounts, newsreel footage and lo-fi charm to explore the 2010 Gulf Coast Oil Spill through the lens of George Romero’s original Night of the Living Dead. A foxy boxing match that is both slippery and toxic!
British-born James Maddock gained notoriety and accolades for his work with the band Wood and as a solo musician. His Americana sound won him praise at the 2010/11 NY Music Awards and WFUV’s 2011 Listener’s Poll.
The maverick American composer and new-music pioneer John Zorn will premiere EARTHSPIRIT and MADRIGALS, two new works for female voices, inside James Turrell’s site-specific installation Aten Reign (2013). George Steel, General Manager and Artistic Director, New York City Opera, will moderate a discussion with Zorn.
Ramon “Moncho” Rivera has spent a lifetime singing praises to his famed uncle, Ismael Rivera. After all, Ismael Rivera was the reigning king of soneros of his generation, and since his passing, he’s been one of the most revered figures in the history of salsa in Puerto Rico and ...