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New Art & Museum Exhibitions for Fall 2014

ZEALnyc Art & Museum Fall Preview
Mark McLaren
Editor In Chief

New York museums offer an exciting and diverse line-up of new Fall 2014 exhibitions. Here is a sampling…

MoMA started off the fall season nicely with the Christopher ...

The Price  


THE PRICE CAST
Mark Ruffalo  Victor Franz Tony Shalhoub  Walter Franz Jessica Hecht  Esther Franz Danny DeVito  Gregory Solomon 

THE PRICE CREATIVE
Arthur Miller  Playwright   Terry Kinney  Director 

Derek McLane—Set Designer
Sarah J. Holden—Costume Designer
David Weiner—Lighting Designer
Rob Milburn & Michael Bodeen—Sound Designers

Review: 'The Price' Returns a Rarely Seen Miller Work to ...

By Jil Picariello, Theater Editor, March 23, 2017 What makes life a success? In Arthur Miller’s The Price, which opened on Broadway recently, policeman Victor gave up his dreams and dropped out of college to care for his father, who went bust in the Depression. His ...

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Jazz Notes: Review of Kevin Eubanks' Superb New Recording: 'East ...

By Denin Koch, Contributing Writer ZEALnyc, March 23, 2017 Too often, jazz concept albums are so dedicated to their premise that the music suffers. The tunes aren’t interesting, the rhythm section doesn’t groove, and the soloists are phoning it in. With East West Time Line, ...

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Manhattan Theatre Club Serves Up 'The Little Foxes'—With A ...

By Helaine Feldman, Contributing Writer, March 23, 2017 Manhattan Theatre Club presents a revival of Lillian Hellman’s classic 1939 drama of greed and ambition, The Little Foxes, which  begins previews on March 29 and opens on April 19 at Broadway’s Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, 261 West 47th Street. This ...

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Review: 'Beneath the Gavel' Interrogates the Art World Via the ...

By Justin Sharon, Contributing Writer, March 22, 2017 “I’ve always felt that a lot of modern art is a con, and that the most successful painters are often better salesmen and promoters than they are artists,” said by a man in 1987 who knows art, or at ...

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Review: 'Chess Match No. 5'—A Tribute to Composer John ...

By Megan Wrappe, Contributing Writer, March 22, 2017 Chess Match No. 5 is the current production by the Abington Theatre Company playing at the June Havoc Theatre. The show, which felt more like a 90 minute monologue, centers around two characters, He (Will Bond) and She (Ellen Lauren), and ...

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Review: 'How To Transcend a Happy Marriage' Is, Well, Transcendent

By Jil Picariello, Theater Editor, March 21, 2017 We are all so confused. Here are the headers of the first two Show-Score member reviews of the new Sarah Ruhl play, How to Transcend a Happy Marriage. The first says: “Boring, Excruciating, Overrated, Overwritten, Overbloated writing.” The second: “...

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Review: Paul Taylor Presents 'Soup To Nuts' and More at ...

By Sheila Kogan, Contributing Writer, March 21, 2017 I hadn’t seen Paul Taylor’s signature dance, Esplanade, for many years, and I’m happy to report that it is still the joyous experience that I remembered. Beginning with everyday movements—walking, skipping, running, and even crawling—...

New York, New York - March 13, 2017 :  The LoftOpera production of Rossini’s opera Otello, Directed by John de los Santos, performed at LightSpace Studios in Brooklyn  

	Bernard Holcomb (Otello)
	Cecilia Lopez (Desdemona)
	Thor Arbjornsson (Rodrigo)
	Blake Friedman (Iago)
	Isaiah Musik-Ayala (Elmiro)
	Toby Newman (Emilia)
	John Ramseyer (Lucio, Gondolier)
	Lucas Levy (Doge)  

Credit: Robert Altman

Review: Rossini's 'Otello' In Literally an 'Underground' Production by LoftOpera

By Christopher Johnson, Contributing Writer, March 21, 2017 LoftOpera, a young, edgy enterprise based in Brooklyn, started up a few years back by asking itself, “What kind of show do we actually want to see?” The answer, they realized, was obvious: ”We want to see music in ...

Alan Gilbert conducts the New York Philharmonic in Esa-Pekka Salonen
Cello Concerto with Yo-Yo Ma and Berlioz
Symphonie fantastique at David Geffen Hall, 3/15/17. Photo by Chris Lee.

Review: Salonen's 'Stunning' Cello Concerto 'Creates a Glimmering Sound Tapestry' ...

By Brian Taylor, Contributing Writer, March 20, 2017 One of the highlights of 2017's classical music season was undoubtedly this Thursday's sold-out concert at the New York Philharmonic with the inimitable Yo-Yo Ma playing the New York premiere of Esa-Pekka Salonen's stunning new cello concerto. Continuing the ...

L to R – Juri Henly-Cohn (as Nader)

Review: 'The Strangest' Addresses Family and Political Strife With Poignancy ...

By Mercedes Vizcaino, Contributing Writer, March 20, 2017 Inspired by Albert Camus’ classical novel, The Stranger, and coupled with playwright Betty Shamieh’s fascination of Middle Eastern storytelling cafes, we have a dynamic immersive production about a murder mystery on the brink of the revolution in French ...

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