Post-Hurricane Sandy Updates | Downtown NYC theaters offer Sandy special discounts, as Con Ed restores power

To celebrate their return, many Off-Broadway shows are offering theater-goers tickets discounted tickets. The only thing you have to do is give them the code “Sandy.” A number of performances are free, especially for those who have been displaced by Sandy. Read More


Post-Hurricane Sandy Updates | Carnegie Hall reschedules, “5 Lesbians” stranded, most shows pending

Everywhere in New York City, Hurricane Sandy caused such disruption that only Broadway shows have actually resumed performances. That’s great for the commercial theater. But New York theater is so much more than Broadway. So here is a sampling of what’s going on: disruptions, cancellations, resumption of performances, extensions of runs, postponements, and in many cases, pending statuses Read More

Culturebot’s panel discussion on citizen criticism and the arts live-streams, takes place Jan. 15, a multidisciplinary arts and culture blog, and the Public Theater‘s Under the Radar Festival have graciously invited me to participate in a panel discussion on citizen criticism and the arts during the festival. Curated by, the discussion on criticism and the arts is entitled “Everyone’s A Critic! Exploring the Changing Landscape of Arts Writing.”… Read More