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‘Das Barbecu’ is One Helluva Hootenanny

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Photo by B.A. Van Sise

You might not get the plot, but you’ll get a fabulous dinner—along with a hoot n’ hollerin’ good time at On Site Opera’s current production of Das Barbecü at Hill Country Barbecue Restaurant. Book writer and lyricist Jim Luigs and composer Scott Warrender’s spoof on Wagner’s Ring Cycle and Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings has been kickin’ around for nearly 30 years. It first premiered in 1991 at Seattle Opera. That was followed by out of town runs at Goodspeed Opera and Baltimore’s Center Stage Theater. Eventually, it blew into town and took up residency Off-Broadway the Minetta Lane Theater.

‘Romeo and Bernadette’ is a Fresh Take on an Old Tale

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Photo by Russ Rowland

Bada Bing! Bada Boom! Is it possible that lightning has struck twice in one week in the world of Off Broadway Musical Theater? Apparently. On Sunday evening, the silly but socially relevant musical Emojiland opened Off Broadway at the Duke Theater. Last night, the equally giddy and soulful Romeo and Bernadette opened at the Mezzanine Theatre of A.R.T./New York Theatres space.

‘Grand Horizons’ is a Star-filled Night of Comedy and Pathos

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If Bess Wohl has a fan club, I want to be a member. For this talented, young American playwright seems to strike gold with every play she’s written. She first nudged us into the beauty of silence with Small Mouth Sounds.  After that, she gave the eighties generation an introspective look into our childhood with Make Believe. Now, she’s gifted us with a poignant comedic drama in her Broadway debut, Grand Horizons, presented by Second Stage Theater.

‘A Soldier’s Play’ Offers Big Stars in a Lukewarm Revival

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There is so much potential to be had in Roundabout Theater Company’s Broadway debut of A Soldier’s Play. When it initially premiered in 1981 Off Broadway at the Lucille Lortel Theater, it ran for an impressive 486 performances and clinched the 1982 Pulitzer prize for drama. It was later turned into a critically acclaimed film with original stage star Denzel Washington.

Conrad New York Midtown Proves A Whole Lot During Your Fab Stay

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Conrad New York Midtown
Credit: Mark Weinberg

If you are looking for elegance, sophistication and even a delicious place to eat at then look no further because Conrad New York Midtown provides all of that and then some.

Carnegie Diner Reinvents The New York Diner While Also Relishing In Nostalgia

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Carnegie Diner
Credit: Cargenie Diner

Carnegie Hall has been one of New York’s most reputed music venues for over a century now, and now attendees of the revered event space have even more of a reason to come to the area: legit dining!

Checking In? Here Are The Best NYC Hotels To Stay At In 2020

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NYC Hotels
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Need a great place to stay at while visiting The Big Apple? Here are the best NYC hotels to check into that will satisfy you in every which way possible.

Bibigo To Go – Rockefeller Concourse’s Newest Pop Up

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Bibigo To Go
Credit: Bibigo To Go

Move over Bon Chon, step aside H Mart, there’s a new Korean food spot in New York City that is gonna give these chains a run for their money, and it’s just in time for Lunar New Year. Meet Bibigo To Go.

Junzi Kitchen Pairs Fast Casual & Northern Chinese Cuisine Beautifully

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Junzi Kitchen
Credit: Junzi Kitchen

The world of fast casual restaurants continues its domination in New York City as many of them are going above and beyond with what we can eat when we are in a rush. Junzi Kitchen excels in that and then some by providing its customers with some of the most delicious Northern Chinese cuisine available to you at your disposal.

Concert Against Bigotry Draws a Starry Cast

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Joel Grey. photo by Henry Leutwyler

Jewish stars of stage and screen, along with giants in the Klezmer and classical music worlds will unite on Monday January 27th for an evening commemorating the 75th Anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. The event, titled An Extraordinary Concert Against Bigotry will take place in the Streicker center of Temple Emanuel on Fifth avenue and 66th Street.