Mostly Mozart Festival: Under Siege
NYBG: The Living Art of Roberto Burle Marx
Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra
Museum of the City of New York
Jazz Greats: Percussion Masters
New-York Historical Society
ARTThe Drawing CenterThis spring, The Drawing Center will present Neo Rauch: Aus dem Boden / From the Floor, the first exhibition entirely devoted to his drawings in the United… More
DANCERose TheatreMark Morris, the “Mozart of modern dance” (Washington Post), returns to the festival with a new dance work commissioned by Lincoln Center… More
THEATERBernard B. Jacobs TheatreNorthern Ireland, 1981.
The Carney farmhouse is a hive of activity with preparations for the annual harvest. A day of hard work on the land and a traditional… More
THEATERSamuel J. Friedman TheatreIt’s 1969 London. The brash young Rupert Murdoch (Tony nominee Bertie Carvel) purchases a struggling paper, The Sun, and sets out to make it a must-read… More
THEATERStudio 54At last, Broadway is sizzling again with musical comedy magic.
Roundabout’s Tony Award nominated Best Musical Revival of Kiss Me, Kate combines… More
MUSEUMSAmerican Museum of Natural HistoryThe popular annual seasonal exhibition is back with more than 500 free-flying butterflies amid lush tropical plants!
Butterflies and moths make up a… More
MUSEUMSNew-York Historical SocietyContemporary artist Betye Saar has shaped the development of assemblage art in the United States, particularly as a device to illuminate social and … More
THEATERNew World StagesAbout Last Night Critic's Pick
"Avenue Q," is as raucously, cruelly, unsparingly funny as "Big River" is sweet and warm-hearted… More
ARTNew Museum“Nari Ward: We the People” features over thirty sculptures, paintings, videos, and large-scale installations from throughout Ward’s… More
THEATERThe Wild ProjectIt’s Chekhov without the birch trees. After taking aim at The Seagull with his “explosive” Stupid F*cking Bird, Aaron Posner is back… More