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Shakespeare in the Park: ‘Julius Caesar’ at the Delacorte

Delacorte Theater, Central Park

https://publictheater.org/Tickets/Calendar/PlayDetailsCollection/SITP/Julius-Caesar/

Enter at 81st St & Central Park West or 79th Street & Fifth Avenue

The Public Theater’s Artistic Director Oskar Eustis directs JULIUS CAESAR, Shakespeare’s play of politics and power, last seen in the Park 17 years ago. Rome’s leader, Julius Caesar, is a force unlike any the city has seen. Magnetic, populist, irreverent, he seems bent on absolute ...

American Ballet Theatre: Whipped Cream at The Met

The Metropolitan Opera

https://www.metopera.org/Season/2017-abt/Whipped-Cream/

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, 30 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023

A dollop of delightful whimsy, this thoroughly inventive full-length premiere springs from the imagination of Artist-in-Residence Alexei Ratmansky and pop surrealist visionary Mark Ryden. In this fantastical confection, a young boy overindulges at a Viennese pastry shop and falls into a ...

A Rousing Afro-Caribbean Residency by Iconic Latin Jazz Master Eddie Palmieri Every Monday Through August at Subrosa

Surbosa

http://subrosanyc.com/events/eddie-palmieri/

63 Gansevoort Street New York, NY 10014

Puerto Rico has been a wellspring of incredible jazz talent in New York, ranging from timbales master and bandleader Tito Puente who composed the tune “Oye Como Va” that Carlos Santana made famous outside of Spanish Harlem to the MacArthur Award-winning alto saxophonist Miguel Zenón ...

Rebecca Clarke Is 'Composer of the Week' In Upcoming BBC ...

ZEALnyc, May 26, 2017 It seems odd that we are still playing catch-up with highlighting and bringing focus to the accomplishments of the vast majority of female composers, both domestically and internationally, but there you have it. Our media counterparts across the pond seem to be a ...

Review: Parsons Dance 'Celebrates the Joy of Movement'

By Bethany Hopta, Contributing Writer, May 26, 2017 Parsons Dance began a two-week residency at the Joyce Theater last week, which concludes this weekend. Much of the advance publicity was centered around a premiere (Hello World) which was to feature flying drones as part of the performance.  ...

Vision Fest 22: A Free-Jazz Festival at Judson Memorial Church All ...

By Dan Ouellette, Senior Editor, May 26, 2017 In its 22nd annual edition, Arts for Art presents the always adventurous, always eclectic Vision Fest with an array of avant/experimental musicians who have committed their artistry to stretching the boundaries of jazz into the free zone. They're ...

Rite of Summer Music Festival Begins With A Bang This ...

ZEALnyc, May 25, 2017 Rite of Summer Music Festival returns for its seventh season this weekend on Saturday, May 27 with performances by Talujon Percussion. They will be performing a program entitled "Dark Full Ride," which includes works by Julia Wolfe, Caroline Shaw, John Cage and Steve Reich. ...

Review: 'Building the Wall' Depicts a Trump-Era Dystopia

By Dan Bacalzo, Contributing Writer, May 25, 2017 Robert Schenkkan’s powerful new play, Building the Wall, is a gripping cautionary tale, set in the near future, that imagines some of the consequences that could result from Donald Trump’s presidency. Director Ari Edelson and his superb ...

Jazz Notes: Project Grand Slam Bandleader Robert Miller Talks About ...

By Dan Ouellette, Senior Editor ZEALnyc, May 25, 2017 On the eve of new fusion ensemble Project Grand Slam’s fifth recording, The PGS Experience, founder and leader Robert Miller says that even though his 11-year-old group experienced a profile elevation this past year, he still finds ...

Review: British Import 'Rotterdam' Takes On Gender Identity With Uneven ...

By Dan Bacalzo, Contributing Writer, May 25, 2017 Gender identity and sexuality are at the forefront of Jon Brittain’s Rotterdam, part of Brits Off Broadway at 59E59 Theaters. But while the script approaches its subject matter with sensitivity, humor, and a certain amount of complexity, heavy-handed ...

Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit Spring Show Opens This Weekend

ZEALnyc, May 24, 2017 The Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit commences its 2017 shows this Memorial Day Weekend and the following weekend.  The event showcases fine artists and craft artisans from around the New York metropolitan area, the nation and the world. Attendees come from all over and ...

The 'Daly Show' is Coming to Vermont as Tim and ...

By Helaine Feldman, Contributing Writer, May 24, 2017 “Tim Daly is my favorite actor. Tim Daly is my favorite brother. Not necessarily in that order.” Those are the words of Tony Award winner (Gypsy, 1990) and multiple Emmy recipient Tyne Daly speaking of her younger brother Tim Daly, ...

Shakespeare in the Park: A 'How To Get Tickets' Primer

ZEALnyc, May 23, 2017 The Public Theater’s Free Shakespeare in the Park is one of the best theater deals in town. Any town. You can’t beat seeing remarkable performances from people like James Earl Jones, Meryl Streep, Al Pacino, Amy Adams, Anne Hathaway, or Liev ...

New York Philharmonic: Dvořák’s Violin Concerto at David Geffen Hall

David Geffen Hall

http://nyphil.org/

10 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023

The New York Philharmonic and Augustin Hadelich (“a virtuoso out of the Golden Age … a young artist with no evident limitations” — The New Yorker) perform Dvořák’s beloved Violin Concerto, evoking the composer’s Bohemian heritage through its ...

The End of Longing with Matthew Perry at MCC Theater

Lucille Lortel Theatre

http://www.mcctheater.org//currentseason.html

121 Christopher Street New York, NY 10014

An alcoholic, an escort, a self-diagnosed neurotic and a well-intentioned simpleton walk into a bar… Broken and deeply flawed, they find their lives irreversibly entwined no matter how hard they try to break free of one another. The End of Longing is a bittersweet comedy that ...

Robert Rauschenberg at MoMA

Museum of Modern Art

https://www.moma.org/

11 West 53rd Street, New York, NY 10019

In 1959, Robert Rauschenberg wrote, “Painting relates to both art and life. Neither can be made. (I try to act in that gap between the two.)” His work in this gap shaped artistic practice for decades to come.

The early 1950s, ...

‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ at New York City Ballet

David H. Koch Theater

https://www.nycballet.com/

20 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023

Behind an ivied curtain lies Shakespeare’s gossamer world of magic and merriment. A cherished springtime tradition, this bewitching tale entangles and enthralls with its feuding fairy kingdoms and quixotic lovers for the quintessential romantic comedy. — ...

Billy Joel at Madison Square Garden

Madison Square Garden

http://www.billyjoelmsg.com/#modules_wrap

7th Ave & 32nd Street, New York, NY 10001

The internationally acclaimed, six time Grammy-winning New Yorker has a decades-long history with the Garden.  Ranks as one of most popular recording artists and respected entertainers in history having received numerous awards throughout his career including The Kennedy Center Honors, six ...

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