Sarah Jessica Parker, Chuck Schumer, Steve Buscemi — the gang’s all here!
What does it mean for far right protesters to use the name Goebbels when protesting Julius Caesar?
Corporations are not your friend, they exist to make money; this is it, this is all.
In this, the second annual Forward Fives selection, we celebrate the year’s cultural output with a series of deliberately eclectic choices in film, music, theater, exhibitions and books. Here we present five of the most important Jewish performances of 2010. Feel free to argue with and add to our selections in the comments.
Summer means many things to the New York theater community: epically long lines at the Delecorte for whatever Shakespeare in the Park production has the biggest names; the closing of many sleepy last-season hits; and of course the plethora of festivals packing Off-Off Broadway houses citywide. Like its downtown counterpart, the Fringe Festival, the Midtown International Theatre Festival is an annual mixed bag of genres, styles and subject matters.