NYC-ARTS gets a tour of the exhibition “Circus and the City,” which uses New York City as a lens through which to explore the extraordinary development and spectacular pageantry of the American circus.
Curator’s Choice: Circus and the City
Christina Ha presents the latest arts news on location at The Drawing Center. Then a look at "Mummenschanz" at the Skirball Center, New York Pops at Carnegie Hall, furniture design at the Met Museum, and more.
Paula Zahn chats with Oskar Eustis, the artistic director of the Public Theater, about its grand re-opening, the historic significance of the New York landmark institution, and its ongoing presence as a cultural force in downtown theater.
The final weeks of Ayad Akhtar’s new play “Disgraced,” which follows the story of a Pakistani-American lawyer distancing himself from his roots and his wife, a white artist influenced by Islamic paintings. When the couple hosts a party, what begins as a friendly conversation ...
Paula Zahn interviews Oskar Eustis, the Artistic Director of Public Theater. Plus, exhibitions at the National Academy Museum & School, Bard Graduate Center, and The Drawing Center.
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