Classic Stage Company, Public Theater, the Flea, LaMaMa, Vineyard Theater, even IFC Center are all closed today
Travis Boyer and A.K Burns / G.T. Pellizzi are the inaugural shows in this new 2,200 sq ft. exhibition space. Johannes Vogt Gallery is committed to bringing attention to the complex artistic and cultural ties that bind New York to both Europe and Latin America.
However, due to extensive power outages in downtown Manhattan as a result of the hurricane, Vineyard Theatre is cancelling performances of its world-premiere production of CHECKERS until further notice. French Institute Alliance Française will also remain closed on Wednesday, October 31
Here’s what not to expect in New York onstage due to the ongoing destructive effects of Hurricane Sandy: All Broadway performances cancelled, as well as Off-Broadway and Off-Off-Broadway.
Straight from their Christmas theatrical tour, the African Children’s Choir will be performing a segment of their new show “An African Christmas,” in which they share the warmth of what it’s like to celebrate Christmas in the villages of East Africa
The Museum of Modern Art will be streaming live video of select performances and programs from “Some sweet day” at MoMA.org/live.
Yazbek promises musical stylings and new songs debuted at every show, and he will invites guests from the worlds of theater, music, comedy and beyond.
Make sure you watch until the end when more than 50 members of Broadway’s A Chorus Line, join Paper Mill’s cast in “One” to honor this musical icon
“For nearly six decades Taylor has been inventing movement and creating dances which delight and challenge the audience. Starting in 1954, Taylor was one of the early radicals reimagining the ways that that one might use dance to communicate ideas. The Bessies salute him as a pioneer who helped reshape the landscape of American dance.”
“We know that’s been helpful to arts organizations during the economic downturn,” said George Jacobsen, an associate program officer at the foundation. “The Detroit Arts Support grants weren’t created with that in mind. But it’s clear that they’re provided some stability in a difficult period.”
To commemorate the historic month, the Metro New York Chapter of FANHS is hosting and co-sponsoring several events in New York City throughout October. Here is the calendar.