Elizabeth Zimmer

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  • 1 day ago | Dance

    How do you represent madness on a proscenium stage? What happens when the most notorious dance artist of his generation loses his mind? Happily for us, the collaboration between Robert Wilson and Mikhail Baryshnikov on Letter to a Man had a terrif...

  • 6 days ago | Dance

    Brush up on your Greco-Roman mythology before you travel to Fort Greene for Austin McCormick's Paris, the latest in his ten-year effort to sex up classic tales. Trained as a baroque dancer, McCormick, a Juilliard grad, marries his formal education...

  • 7 days ago

    For the past several years, Brooklyn resident Yehuda Hyman has been developing The Mar Vista, a five-part narrative of his working-class family's history before and during his childhood on L.A.'s West Side. What he's calling the "binge-watch editi...

  • 7 days ago

    If you're looking for a hairstyle and color that will cause total strangers to stop you on the street and kvell, get in touch with Fred Hodges, who's been cutting hair since Ford told New York to drop dead. Hodges calls himself a frustrated actor;...

  • 7 days ago

    Many hurried New Yorkers tell you they rarely use the bus. But we in the know luxuriate in the spacious, bright, cool, and quiet precincts of our cheap local "stretch limos," especially the ones traveling coast-to-coast below 34th Street. Long and...

  • 7 days ago

    They tell you the place (Torn Page, a tiny arts center at the former home of actors Rip Torn and Geraldine Page, in West Chelsea), the time (one Sunday night a month, doors at 7, screening at 7:30 or 8), and the name of the guest filmmaker who's b...


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