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New York Times Classical/Dance Editor Says Lincoln Center Should Combine All Its Summer Festivals Because He Can’t Tell Them Apart

14 hours agoArts : Modern Art Notes

Zachary Woolfe: “Even critics paid to know the ins and outs of all the presentations find themselves confused at what belongs in what container – and how, exactly, audiences are served by the clutter of brands. … I propose that all of these be rolled into a single entity called, say, Lincoln Center Summer.”

8 Illustrators Draw Street Style’s Reigning King, Bill Cunningham

4 days agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

This piece was originally published on February 6, 2014. We're republishing it now in honor of Bill Cunningham, who died Saturday, June 26, 2016, at the age of 87. Whether on the edge of a curb outside Lincoln Center as the brightly accessorized masses traverse the crosswalks, or sitting front ... More »

Mint Julep Jazz Band

Midsummer Night Swing - at Lincoln Center Specializing in the great swing tunes of the '30s, the eight-piece band has been tearing through the Lindy hop competition circuit, leaving masses of new fans in its wake. The band made its New...Show More Summary

Lincoln Center Out of Doors additions: Americanafest lineup (Lucinda Williams, Dwight Yoakam & more); Thao, & more

We already mentioned the initial lineup and dates for 2016's Lincoln Center Out Of Doors program, which includes the two-day Roots of American Music - Americanafest NYC on August 6 and 7. The lineup for that mini-fest was still TBA but now it's here... Continue reading…

10 Must-See Movies at the 2016 New York Asian Film Festival

The Film Society of Lincoln Center and Subway Cinema present the 15th New York Asian Film Festival (NYAFF), which will take place from June 22 to July 5 at the Film Society and July 6 to 9 at the SVA Theatre. With 51 feature films from Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and Southeast Asia, in-person […]

Abraham Lincoln Brigade (16) Takes Market – Twice as Good as the Van Buren Boys (8) – Annual Nerd Conference Continues

TweetThere were warning signs: The entire Civic Center plaza is full of dorks eating box lunches and looking at their phones help — TK (@40goingon28) June 13, 2016 But I wasn’t prepared. I wasn’t prepared for this gang of blackshirts headed down Market: I was going to flash “16” to them to show I was […]

Aisle View: Hospital-Room Family War

Charlayne Woodard in Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' War Photo: Erin Baiano Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' new play War, from Lincoln Center Theater's LCT3, begins in a hospital room, with two women sitting vigil over what seems to be a mannequin/patient in intensive care. Show More Summary

Broadway’s ‘The King and I’ to close in late June

NEW YORK (AP) — The Tony Award-winning revival of “The King and I” on Broadway is abdicating. Lincoln Center Theater’s production of the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic will close June 26. It will have played some 560 performances. A national tour kicks off in Rhode Island in November. The 51-cast-member revival at Lincoln Center directed […]

Broadway’s ‘The King and I’ to Close

3 weeks agoNews : NYTimes: News

Lincoln Center Theater unexpectedly announced Sunday that it would close its production of “The King and I” this month.

8 Inspired Book and Film Pairings

Author Lydia Millet’s recently published metaphysical thriller Sweet Lamb of Heaven, a chilling account of a young mother who flees her estranged husband, is the newest book featured at Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Print Screen series — which bridges narratives on the page and in cinema. Millet will be joining a companion screening of […]

The Complex Music of Miles Davis Revisited

The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Mr. Wynton Marsalis paid tribute to Mr. Miles Davis in Philadelphia. The post The Complex Music of Miles Davis Revisited appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Lincoln Center's Midsummer Night Swing: 2016 lineup & schedule

Lincoln Center's Midsummer Night Swing series returns for dancing under the stars... Continue reading…

Luxury listing: roomy condo in Upper West Side

This spacious condo in Upper West Side is just steps from the Lincoln Center and features wide-ranging city views and an expansive living room, which pair excellently with the open kitchen...

Will The Geffen Hall Renovation At The Lincoln Center Ever Come To Pass?

“While officials have described the plan as likely to cost around $500 million, Ms. Farley said that the actual figure could be different. ‘It’s a number that passes the sanity test — it’s not a budget,’ she said. ‘You don’t know what it’s going to cost until you know what it is.'”

Aisle View: Anna and the King

Marin Mazzie in The King and I Photo: Paul Kolnik Should theatergoers who dearly love Rodgers & Hammerstein's The King and I -- a group that has by and large already made a visit to Bartlett Sher's Lincoln Center Theater production,Show More Summary

LeVar Burton Said “Roots” Remake Will Touch A New Generation

“Roots” Premiered May 23 At Lincoln Center In NYC When it comes to remakes, LeVar Burton’s motto was that if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. That was, he said, before he realized that Alex Haley’s “Roots” needed to be

Anika Noni Rose & Anna Paquin Bring 'Roots' To NYC Ahead Of Memorial Day Premiere!

Anika Noni Rose is gorgeous as she hits the red carpet at the one night screening of her new TV mini-series Roots held at the Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center on Monday (May 23) in New York City. The Tony Award-winning actress was joined by her co-stars Anna Paquin and her hubby Stephen Moyer, [...]

Cops looking for sex offender who went after woman twice in NYC

last monthNews : NY Daily News

Jeffrey Mahon, 49, of Hoboken, N.J., became enraged when a stranger ignored his advances on Broadway near Lincoln Center about 3:20 p.m. on May 3.

Inside the Venture-Capital Arm of “Sesame Street”

On a sunny day in April, I visited the offices of the Sesame Workshop, across the street from Lincoln Center. At first, the space looks almost disappointingly normal, until you notice the heap of Snuffleupaguses piled on a desk, theShow More Summary

Should You Revisit the Recast The King and I?

Many a Golden Age musical has grown musty with overfamiliarity and rote revival. And many a hit show, unable to maintain discipline or accommodate replacements, grows ragged during a long run. Lincoln Center Theater’s production of The King and I, which opened last April to rave reviews, had already avoided ... More »

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