The actor appears this fall in NBC's The New Normal
Actor Andrew Rannells is having a blockbuster year. He scored a Tony nod for his role in Broadway’s The Book of Mormon and captivated audiences as Elijah, Hannah’s gay ex-boyfriend, on HBO’s Girls. This fall he stars in the new NBC sitcom The New ... More
The museum hosts a reading of the artist's "Desire Caught By The Tail," starring greats from the art and theater worlds
Back in 1984, the Maison Française at NYU and the annual performing-arts series Works & Process collaborated on a once-in-a-lifetime experience: A reading of Desire Caught By The Tail, the only play ever written by Pablo Picasso, at New York City's Guggenheim, featuring esteemed artists ... More
Your cheat sheet to the next seven days in the arts—highbrow and low
Each week, there's an avalanche of new albums, films, books, theater, and art to take in—from monumental new voices in culture to guilty pleasures worth indulging in. We're here to help narrow down what deserves your attention. This week's picks are below.
The Exhibit: Brooklyn-based painter Mickalene Thomas’ first solo ... More
Choreographer Justin Peck talks about collaborating with the rocker for New York City Ballet's "Year Of The Rabbit"
Coming up soon is one ballet that might attract more than the usual dance crowd. Indeed, when the New York City Ballet premieres Year Of The Rabbit on Oct. 5 at Lincoln Center, the regular balletomanes will most likely be mixed with a different ... More
Our writer grew up singing show tunes on family trips. What happens when a self-described theater nerd moves 3,000 miles away?
Most New Yorkers who relocate to Los Angeles typically complain about things like living in their cars, the citywide obsession with the latest juice bar and exercise trend, and the fact that nobody reads the paper since Deadline Hollywood reports all the news they could possibly need. I, ... More