Two prolific voices in the dance world united on Monday evening on the Leonard Nimoy Thalia stage of Symphony Space. Three-time Tony Award-winning choreographer Andy Blankenbuehler joined Pulitzer Prize-winning critic Sarah L. Kaufman to discuss his career, his technique, and approach.
So many Americans want to learn a foreign language, but few have the time or discipline to sustain ongoing classes. Domenico Sannino understands. Recently, the CEO of Italy Emotion T.O. was in New York City to introduce the “Roots of Italy” project. Its purpose is to introduce or refresh Italian Americans to their native roots through intensive language courses–all in the splendor and beauty of Italy. [Read more…] about Roots of Italy Project Reconnects Italian Immigrants to their Homeland
Older audiences will likely recognize husband and wife team Michael Tucker and Jill Eikenberry from the hit television show, L.A. Law. Both were Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated several times for the NBC drama which ran from 1986-1994.
Broadway saluted the next generation of performers on Sunday night at the Edison Ballroom where the Education Theatre Foundation hosted their Fifth Annual Back to School Gala. The event is designed to bring together students, teachers, and Broadway celebrities, many of whom spoke with Manhattan Digest on the press line. [Read more…] about Students Capture the Spotlight in EDTA Gala
For nearly a decade now, Ben West has been unearthing countless documents and manuscripts about Musical Theatre. His end-game? The Showtime! Trilogy; Three documentary-style pieces showcasing this uniquely American art form and the many diverse individuals who have contributed to it.
The West Village is arguably one of the most beautiful areas in New York City, especially in the summertime. It has a relaxed and chill vibe to it that no other part of The Big Apple really encompasses. A hidden gem called The Leroy House, located on the deliciously wonderful Hudson Street, is a place you need to stop in as soon as possible. [Read more…] about The Leroy House’s Tasty Cuisine Fits Perfectly In The West Village
Citizens of UK are lucky to have a vast number of both online and land-based casinos. However, the challenge is to choose the best casinos with the most up to date payments and gambling methods. [Read more…] about Overview Of The Most Popular New Casinos In The UK
The summer is still in full swing and with that comes quite a bit of travel that will take place over the next month. Long Island, an area I grew up in and love so much, is a place where Manhattanites will be heading to for some fun in the sun at their several beaches and scenic areas. Tropical Smoothie Cafe, a place that I will simply call heavenly for now, has locations all across LI that will provide you and your friends with an experience that goes beyond the word satisfying. [Read more…] about I Adore Tropical Smoothie Cafe And Here’s Why You Will Too
My mouth will never be the same after my amazing experience at Toriko NY in the West Village. The food that the chefs there provided me and my friend during our Omakase tasting was absolutely amazing, with one piece of meat that I’m still dreaming about to this day. [Read more…] about Toriko NY Provided Me With the Best Piece of Meat I’ve Ever Had
A trip to the Mayan city of Tulum would be a lengthy trip for most New Yorkers, seeing that it rests on the southern tip of Mexico, but fortunately, a nice little piece of it available right in downtown Manhattan. GITANO’s Garden of Love, a tropical urban paradise in the heart of SoHo, re-opened for the season May 1st and has proven to be a riveting success.