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Coming Attractions: November 19 through December 5 — What Will Light Your Fire

November 19, 2023
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Our expert critics supply a guide to film, dance, visual art, theater, author readings, and music. More offerings will be added as they come in.

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Coming Attractions: November 5 through 21 — What Will Light Your Fire

November 5, 2023
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Arts Remembrance: Robert Brustein — A View from the Seats

October 31, 2023
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The late Robert Brustein’s shadow is long. But his legacy is problematic.

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Book Review: “Lena Horne — Goddess Reclaimed”

October 27, 2023
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One might conjecture that  Lena Horne’s career was something like a mink-lined minefield: the promise of wealth and fame went hand-in-hand with the possibility of annihilation.

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Coming Attractions: October 22 through November 7 — What Will Light Your Fire

October 22, 2023
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Music Remembrance: Charlie Watts (1941-2021)

August 25, 2021
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Watts’ relentlessly unembellished drive on dozens of classic songs, from “Satisfaction” and “Shattered” to “Connection,” is what makes them so danceable.

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Coming Attractions: October 8 through 24 — What Will Light Your Fire

October 8, 2023
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Theater Review: “Fat Ham” — Hamlet at the BBQ

October 1, 2023
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In “Fat Ham,” Black pain and repressed desire are transformed into a celebration of liberation and empowerment — once the villain du jour, the patriarchy, has been dispatched.

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Book Review: “The Short End of the Sonnenallee” — A Sure Satiric Brush

October 4, 2023
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Cockeyed anecdotes roam merrily through a satiric tale set in an East Germany that’s too larky to be oppressive.

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Jazz Concert Review: The Walter Smith III Quintet, Live at the Regattabar

September 18, 2023
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The Regattabar, located in the Charles Hotel, re-opened after being shuttered for three years following the Covid epidemic.

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