What To See'
Who doesn’t think of shows when thinking of New York entertainment? This is your guide to some of the best shows in New York!
If your resolution for the upcoming New Year is to see more live theater, then the lineup of shows opening on Broadway in 2014 should definitely help you toward your goal. From the movie-to-musical adaptations you didn’t even know you [read more]
Chilly Fall weather in New York City means just one thing to opera fans: a new season has begun at the Met, the world’s most prestigious opera house and the epicenter of arts and culture in NYC! The Metropolitan Opera’s [read more]
From the awkward pauses to the thorny issue of who should pick-up the check, the hilarious new musical First Date deals with all the hallmarks of blind date hell with a whole lot more humor than we’re used to seeing [read more]
The new Beatles show Let It Be is not your typical Broadway musical. There’s no madcap tale of romance gone wrong, no dazzling dance numbers featuring toe-tapping chorus girls, and not a single singing kid in sight. But what Let [read more]
Scroll through any New Yorker’s Google calendar and we bet you a tub of artisanal popcorn that she’s got at least one open-air movie screening scheduled this summer. Because whether you’re into sci-fi classics, big blockbusters, or cult comedies, there’s [read more]
With the 2013 Tony Awards just weeks away, we’ve been trying to sort out which shows to see now — before they sweep the upcoming awards ceremony and become such big box office draws that tickets are as hard to [read more]
Inspired by founding myths across a multitude of cultures, Cirque du Soleil’s Totem is more than just a tribute to humanity’s progress. This magical and thrilling new show is a testament to the very finest of our species — the [read more]
(By Suzanne Beaubien) If you grew up in the ‘70s, ‘80s, or even the ‘90s and you love musical theater, you probably have a certain scrappy orphan to thank. Annie introduced many of us to the genre with infectious songs [read more]