It’s surprising that there aren’t cautionary signs hanging around Broadway’s Bernard Jacobs Theatre. For inside, there is a production of Harold Pinter’s Betrayal that is equally exhilarating and heart-stopping.
“How can I write myself if I don’t believe that I exist?”, asks Swarn (Purva Bedi), an aspiring student of the Witches of Oxbridge University Club. It may well be one of the most intriguing existential questions presented in Jaclyn Backhaus‘ new Off-Broadway comedy Wives.
World renowned songwriter and recording artist Peter Ulrich has put his skills to the most ultimate of tests with his latest effort that has been ten years in the making.
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.
CAVA, one of the best fast-casual spots to go to in Manhattan for all things Mediterranean, has found a new home on Wall Street.
Le Petit Rooster, a brand new restaurant in the Upper West Side that specializes in French cuisine, may just be one of the best I have ever eaten at in my years upon years of being a food writer.
Coarse NYC takes fine dining to a whole new level in the heart of the Meatpacking District. This cozy spot provides something that many others don’t: a predetermined menu that is absolutely delicious from start to finish.
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.
It took Ma-Yi Theater Company five years of workshops and rewrites to bring Felix Starro to their 30th Anniversary season. Given that level of scrutiny, one might think that the finished product would be spectacular. Moments into this story about a Filipino huckster healer (Alan Ariano) who claims to rid folks of their illnesses however, my hope turned to doubt.
Del Frisco’s Grille, one of the most fun restaurants to dine and dish at in New York City, just introduced a selection of new items that are worth the try the next time you find yourself inside one of their fabulous locations.