Choreographer Cerrudo’s ‘It Starts Now’ Begins World Premiere Run Sept. 28

Choreographer Cerrudo’s ‘It Starts Now’ Begins World Premiere Run Sept. 28

Spanish choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo, who has been choreographing for more than a decade at companies all over the U.S. and Europe and is now the (very first) resident choreographer at Seattle’s Pacific Northwest Ballet, offers the world premiere of his first solo production, It Starts Now, a “capsule of moments…the feeling of time stretching in […]

Writing the Apocalypse: Except for the Noise

Writing the Apocalypse: Except for the Noise

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Writing the Apocalypse was a weekly series featuring the poems, essays, and recollections of NYC resident Puma Perl. Then came the vaccine, and hope–and uncertainty.  And so, from time to time, Perl will return to continue Writing the Apocalypse. Except for the Noise | TEXT & PHOTOS BY PUMA PERL The rain has stopped Sunlight […]

In We Go, On with the Show: Dance Taps on the Door of the Brick & Mortar World

In We Go, On with the Show: Dance Taps on the Door of the Brick & Mortar World

BY ELIZABETH ZIMMER | With great anticipation and some trepidation, we look forward to live dance performances, in Chelsea and beyond. Events are planned, rehearsals are happening, publicity flies through the air—and so does the coronavirus, so whether these shows will actually happen is anybody’s guess. In a spirit of optimism, we offer this preview […]

Chelsea Studio Tour Concludes Sunday, but ‘Resilient’ Theme Remains

Chelsea Studio Tour Concludes Sunday, but ‘Resilient’ Theme Remains

BY SCOTT STIFFLER | After a full decade spent operating as an arts collective whose identity was forged by the widely divergent ways of its members, the 70+ artists participating in the 11th Annual Artists’ Open Studios event are rallying behind a single theme meant to celebrate the timeless tenacity of the independent, working artist. […]

Writing the Apocalypse: What in the World

Writing the Apocalypse: What in the World

Writing the Apocalypse is a weekly series featuring the poems, essays, and recollections of Puma Perl, with subject matter influenced by her experiences as a NYC resident during the COVID-19 pandemic. The series is now occasional, and will include thematically related selections from Perl’s repertoire as well as new material drawn from its particular time in what we hope […]

Greeting The Meeting Point: Scenes From the Pop-Up Gallery’s Debut

Greeting The Meeting Point: Scenes From the Pop-Up Gallery’s Debut

PHOTOS BY JIM FRYER / IRI GRECO | BrakeThroughMedia | brakethroughmedia.com Last week saw the debut programming of From a Place, Of a Place–a three-month, five-part activation in locations throughout the Meatpacking District that “celebrates and discovers Black voices through creativity, commerce, and community in and around the District.” It’s all presented by the Meatpacking District BID and […]

The Whitney Has Wonders for the Post-Lockdown World

The Whitney Has Wonders for the Post-Lockdown World

WHAT: The Whitney Museum of American Art WHERE: 99 Gansevoort St. HOW: Admission & exhibitions info at https://whitney.org VISITOR POLICIES: Guidelines are in place for the safety and well-being of visitors and staff. Visitors must book timed tickets in advance. Face coverings are required, even for vaccinated visitors. Click here to learn more abbot the Whitney’s […]

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