Arts & Culture
Douglas Carter Beane’s play about swishy vaudeville comics who are often straight but may not be is a strong candidate for Best Play of the season.
Nathan Lane is beloved by audiences and Tony voters, and is certain to be one of the nominees for Best Actor for his performance in “The Nance.”
Holland Taylor, the actress, playwright, TV and film star, will undoubtedly get a Tony nomination for Best Actress for her performance in “Ann,” a tribute to Ann Richards.
Tony Award-winning playwright Tracy Letts will likely be nominated as Best Actor for his performance in the Steppenwolf Theater Company’s stunning revival of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”
Are you an actor on a budget? Having trouble finding that perfect lead on Broadway or a starring role in that new sitcom? Look no further. Here is your opportunity to learn how to make yourself the best candidate for the job.
From cannoli-eating contests to ghoulish goblins walking the streets, fall is the time to let loose and have a bit of fun. See the top picks for fall festivals below.
New York City: we think of it today as one of the greatest cities in the world. But how did it become so successful? To learn more about the founding fathers of our great city, we’ve compiled a list of some historic sites around town that will enlighten you about the city’s past.
Here is your guide to Middle Eastern culture found right here in New York City.
New York is home to a number of artists who create innovative and exciting works and yet do not have quite the recognition that they deserve. Below, find a list of the top emerging artists in New York City today.
This summer, why not plan a trip to the theater? Whether you’re looking for comedy, drama or romance, New York City has many great opportunities for summer entertainment – both indoor and outdoor.
Although we’re no Hollywood, NYC provides many opportunities for the avid film buff to entertain himself through museums, themed restaurants, trivia nights or even walking tours.
New York City is experiencing a growth in the demand for glass art and glass-art education. Ever wondered how that Tiffany glass lamp in the Met was created? Or how those colorful necklace beads from the Brooklyn Museum are made so small? Never worry – below is your guide to New York’s best galleries and glass-making facilities.
Every New Yorker should read these books that capture the soul of New York City.
New York City has a long and fascinating history. Some of the oldest sites are open to the public for little or no charge – an opportunity for you to discover our city’s past.
From Brooklyn history to the roots of rock and roll, NYC lecturers have much to share about our city and our world.