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Medea - Hell Still Hath No Fury...

Reviewed by Judd Hollander Director Simon Stone has staged his new adaptation of Euripides' classic revenge story Medea, now at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, on a white background. Bob Cousins’ set being a literal blank canvass as it were. The idea apparently to strip the piece down to its bare essentials, thus providing a penetrating look at the tale itself. Stone previously putting forth a similar premise in his terrific production of Yerma, seen in  New York  in 2018 at the Park A...
Tags: New York, Theatre, Rose Byrne, Anna, Bobby Cannavale, Baker, Lucas, Rose Bryne, Christopher, Edgar, Byrne, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Stone, Weinstein, Hong, Madeline


A SOLDIER'S PLAY to Hold Post-Show Discussion With Cast Members and the Production's Military Consultant

Roundabout Theatre Company Todd Haimes, Artistic DirectorCEO has announcedBeyond the Uniform Realizing Military Life Onstage in A Soldier's Play, a special post-show discussion with the production's military consultant, Christopher P. Wolfe Columbia University, U.S. Military Academy at West Point, moderated by Anna Morton Roundabout's Literary Manager, on Tuesday, February 18 at the American Airlines Theatre 227 West 42nd Street. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: West Point, Theatre, American Airlines, Christopher, BWW News Desk, Wolfe Columbia University U S Military Academy, Anna Morton Roundabout


Mickalene Thomas Shares Everything. Even a New Show.

Inviting fellow artists to join her exhibition at the Baltimore Museum of Art fits into her notion that art can create positive change.
Tags: Art, News, Museums, Blacks, Thomas, Adams, Bedford, Christopher, Theresa, Baltimore Museum of Art, Naeem, Asma, Homosexuality and Bisexuality, Baltimore (Md, Mickalene, Derrick (Artist


BWW TV: Go Inside Opening Night of THE SOUND INSIDE with Mary-Louise Parker, Will Hochman & More!

The Sound Inside began performances, Saturday, September 14, and officially opened last night, October 17, on Broadway at Studio 54 254 West 54th Street.Tony, Golden Globe, Emmy winner Mary-Louise Parker stars in the Broadway premiere of The Sound Inside, written by Adam Rapp Red Light Winter, directed by Tony Award winner David Cromer The Band's Visit. Will Hochman makes his Broadway debut reprising his role as 'Christopher.' [Author: TV - Opening Night Special]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Tony, Christopher, Hochman, Mary Louise Parker, David Cromer, TV - Opening Night Special, Adam Rapp, Mary Louise Parker Will Hochman


Retracing the Spanish Path of My Ancestor, the Founder of the Whitney

In Huelva, the socialite-turned-sculptor created a monumental Christopher Columbus statue. The writer sought her history there.
Tags: Art, News, Sculpture, Whitney, Columbus, Christopher, Travel and Vacations, Monuments and Memorials (Structures, Gertrude Vanderbilt


The Best Art Books of 2018

The Times’s art critics select some of their favorite art books and books related to art of the year.
Tags: Art, Photography, News, Architecture, Bill, Prince, Times, Richard, Irving, Gabriel, Rachel, Lawson, Bruce, Denise, Kathy, Christopher


Oldest Known Drawing by Human Hands Discovered in South African Cave

The artifact, which scientists think is about 73,000 years old, predates the oldest previously known human drawings from Europe by about 30,000 years.
Tags: Art, Europe, News, Karen, South Africa, Paleontology, Christopher, Luca, Francesco, Van Niekerk, Symbols, Archaeology and Anthropology, Nature (Journal, Caves and Caverns, Henshilwood, Pollarolo


Judging By Their Cover: 7 Books We Haven't Read But Wish We Owned

Judging By Their Cover: 7 Books We Haven't Read But Wish We Owned Brett Aug 03, 2018 I like a good book. But I love a good book cover. Whether it's a best seller, new arrival, or totally obscure, we're compiling a list of cover art that makes us want to turn our office into a library. Here's 7 for this week.  Goodbye, Vitamin: A Novel by Rachel Khong Description: Freshly disengaged from her fiancé and feeling that life has not turned out quite the...
Tags: Amazon, Design, Greece, France, Peter Matthiessen, Lewis Hyde, John Green, Liz, Nadia, Marcus, Ruth, Reed, Brett, George Saunders, Christopher, Saeed


You Ask, I Answer: How Important is Design in Marketing?

Pradeep asks, “How important is design as an element in a company’s online presence? Many businesses are uninterested in investing in design as they believe that it is too expensive with non-measurable returns. Also, since tastes of the audience keep on changing, it is wasteful to invest in the cycle of designing and redesigning the […] The post You Ask, I Answer: How Important is Design in Marketing? appeared first on Christopher S. Penn Marketing Blog.
Tags: Design, Marketing, Strategy, Seo, Christopher, Pradeep


What New York Was Like in the Early ’80s — Hour by Hour

Kim Gordon, Larry Gagosian, Nile Rodgers and many others revisit their wild nights and disjointed days.
Tags: Art, News, New York City, ANN, Ai Weiwei, Peter, Kelly, Gordon, Diane, Brad, Christopher, Gooch, McDaniels, Magnuson, Walken, McGough


ListenUp: Blood Orange: Black History

Under the title Black History on Soundcloud, Blood Orange (aka Dev Hynes) has released two beautiful new tracks: "Christopher & 6th" and "JUNE 12TH." Celebrating Black History Month, the latter song is a mostly spoken-word piece ("you must love yourself...... Continue Reading...
Tags: Design, Culture, Indie, Listenup, Christopher, Dev Hynes, BlackHistoryMonth, Bloodorange


Christopher Bailey Will Leave a Legacy of Creativity at Burberry

In the passing of an era, Burberry president and chief creative officer Christopher Bailey has announced he will leave the British luxury icon next year. “It has been the great privilege of my working life to be at Burberry, working alongside and learning from such an extraordinary group of people over the last 17 years,” Bailey said. “Burberry encapsulates so much of what is great about Britain. As an organization, it is creative, innovative and outward-looking. It celebrates diversity and cha...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Asia, Twitter, Photography, Fashion, Music, Design, Milan, London, Leadership, Instagram, Arts, Uncategorized, Advertising, Digital


The Home Place - Not Always Where The Heart Is

Reviewed by Judd Hollander The breakdown of the status quo can be tough on those who've lived by it for so long. An issue Brian Friel examines in his 2005 dramaThe Home Place. The work having its North American premiere at the Irish Repertory Theatre. In 1878, Christopher Gore (John Windsor-Cunningham) is an aging and increasingly forgetful British landowner in Ballybeg , Ireland . He is also landlord to the various tenants who live and work on his property. The continuation ...
Tags: England, Theatre, Green, David, Ireland, Dublin, Kent, Richard, Charlotte Moore, Brian Friel, Hopkins, Gore, Sally, Moore, Christopher, Malone


Web Design: Redesign of Lux Capital

Web Design: Redesign of Lux Capital abduzeedo Feb 10, 2017 Lux Capital is a web site redesign project shared by Christopher Reath on his Behance profile. This web design effort is an excellent example of graphic design and UI/UX done properly, at least in my opinion. You guys might already know how much I appreciate simple black and white themes for UI and Lux Capital has a lot of that, with a pop of color with the accent red color. The website was designed to be screen agnos...
Tags: Design, Brown, Orlando Florida, Christopher, Lux Capital, Christopher Reath, Aktiv Grotesk, Mucho Digital Agency, Purple Rock Scissors


12-Year-Old Christopher Walken In Clown Makeup Will Make You Hate Clowns A Little Less (Or Will It?)

Photo by Constance Banister Corp/Getty Images Christopher Walken has been acting since 1953, when he was just 10 years old. Ever the entertainer, young Christopher also enjoyed the creepy art of clowning. These photos were taken in 1955, and even if you’re not afraid of clowns, knowing this kid would grow up to torture and kill Eric Stoltz in “The Prophecy” makes the whole situation a tad unnerving. h/t: mashable, dangerousminds Photo by Al Barry/Three Lion/Getty Images “I don’t much like b...
Tags: Photography, Design, Christopher Walken, Eric Stoltz, Christopher


Exclusive Podcast: Half Hour Call w/ Chris King Welcomes Tony-Winning Choreographer Christopher Gattelli

This episode we talk about how Christopher booked his first choreography job on the ROSIE O'DONNELL SHOW. We also talk about one of my favorite shows of his called, SILENCE which is a parody of the movie SILENCE OF THE LAMBS. Christopher was a huge fan of the film NEWSIES and he shares how he campaigned for the Broadway show. In the end of the episode we get to talk about his newest project with Disney, FROZEN. This episode was recorded while Christopher was on break during rehearsal for the nat...
Tags: Theatre, Disney, Broadway, Christopher, Donnell, Chris King, Christopher Gattelli


Portland Art Museum To Expand, Get Access To Rare Rothko Works

“The Portland Art Museum announced today that it will expand, connecting the museum’s two freestanding buildings, and that it will begin a 20-year art lending partnership with Mark Rothko’s children, Christopher and Kate. The partnership will allow the museum to exhibit important Rothko paintings from his children’s private collection on a rotating basis.”
Tags: Art, Portland, Visual, Christopher, Mark Rothko, Rothko, Portland Art Museum


Christopher d’Amboise – Still Dancing At 82

“I danced for a long time before I asked myself the question,” he says. The question being, “What is dance?” He now thinks it’s “an invention by human beings to express space and time…to express wonder and emotion by losing control in how we move in time.” Needless to say, that’s something everyone should have […]
Tags: Art, Dance, Christopher


With Olney Theatre Center's EVITA, Christopher d'Amboise Explores The Storytelling Aspects of Choreography

After a prominent career in classical ballet, the son of Jacques d'Amboise and brother of Charlotte d'Amboise looks to do more musicals. [Author: Michael Dale]
Tags: Theatre, Charlotte, Christopher, Jacques, Amboise, Michael Dale


STAGE TUBE: Christopher Rice & Broadway Dancers Team Up for�DISNEY JUNGLE DANCE PARTY

Christopher RiceTHE BOOK OF MORMON has debuted his most recent dance-filled video, featuring Broadway performers from HAMILTON, LES MISERABLES, WICKED and more, set to new arrangements of Disney tunes. [Author: Stage Tube]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Christopher, Christopher Rice, Stage Tube, Hamilton Les Miserables


Blue/Orange review – Joe Penhall peels tricky issues of mental heath and race

Young Vic, London With tremendous performances from Daniel Kaluuya, David Haig and Luke Norris, Penhall’s drama packs even more of a punch 16 years after its debutJunior doctors are in the news at the moment for their confrontation with government. Joe Penhall’s terrific play, first seen 16 years ago, reminds us they may also be locked in fierce battles with senior consultants. The big issue is whether Christopher, a young black guy who believes that oranges are blue and Idi Amin is his father, ...
Tags: Health, Theatre, Society, Culture, Britain, NHS, Stage, Idi Amin, Robert, Bruce, Christopher, Joe Penhall


Portfolio Sites Inspiration

With the launch from our friends at May1Reboot, we've been seeing hundreds and hundreds of portfolios from the community which is a great thing. So many works done with so many talented people all over the industry. We've selected a few ones for this inspiration post that really strikes us not only by their portfolio but also how creative the concept of their site is, the responsiveness, UX flow and how playful it is since most of the sites nowadays tend somehow to share the...
Tags: Design, Christopher


Kit Harington: ‘This Faustus is about a man trapped in his own head’

The Game of Thrones star on his return to the stage and his aversion to the ‘posh actor’ tagChristopher “Kit” Harington, 29, was born in Acton, west London and from the age of 11 brought up in Worcestershire, his father a businessman and his mother a sometime playwright who named him after Christopher “Kit” Marlow. Although his uncle is the 14th Baronet Harington, Kit was state educated. While at drama school, he was cast in the National Theatre’s revival of War Horse, then in Laura Wade’s Posh ...
Tags: Hbo, London, Theatre, Snow, Culture, Stage, Game Of Thrones, Laura Wade, Jon Snow, Kit Harington, Duke Of York, Acton, Christopher, Christopher Marlowe, Harington, Harington Kit



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