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Posts published in February 2017

About New York: Remembering a City Where the Smog Could Kill

About New York: Remembering a City Where the Smog Could Kill With the future of the E.P.A. now in doubt, it’s worth recalling what New York City was like before the agency and the movement it represented. {$excerpt:n} Source: New…

A Film School Where No One Says ‘Be More Ghetto’

A Film School Where No One Says ‘Be More Ghetto’ The Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema in Brooklyn aims to shake up #OscarsSoWhite. Part of its mission is to admit women and minorities whose stories aren’t usually told. {$excerpt:n} Source:…

Read Reviews for Wakey, Wakey at the Signature Theatre

Read Reviews for Wakey, Wakey at the Signature Theatre Will Eno’s newest play, a meditation on life and mortality, receives its world premiere at the Off-Broadway theatre. {$excerpt:n} Source: Playbill

Rejected Gems Are the Stars of This Manhattan Variety Show

Rejected Gems Are the Stars of This Manhattan Variety Show “Dead Darlings,” a monthly gathering at the Judson Memorial Church, brings together writers and artists to share what ended up on the cutting-room floor. {$excerpt:n} Source: New York Times

Will Swenson Will Join Cast of Broadway’s Waitress

Will Swenson Will Join Cast of Broadway’s Waitress The Tony-nominated actor will join the company the same day as composer Sara Bareilles. {$excerpt:n} Source: Playbill

Benedict Cumberbatch Lands Showtime Series

Benedict Cumberbatch Lands Showtime Series The Oscar nominee and stage alum will star in and executive produce Melrose. {$excerpt:n} Source: Playbill