By now, you've probably seen Rick Perry's "Strong" ad, in which he opines, "There's something wrong in this country when gays can serve openly in the military but our kids can't openly celebrate Christmas or pray in school." Not only are gays in our military, they're also composing music for ... More >>
The veteran troupe tries a contempo spin on some classic works
Yes In My Backyard is a semiweekly column showcasing MP3s from new and emerging local talent. New York new composers So Percussion are constantly working and competing in an arena immune to the hype cycle, so it's easy to take their awesomeness for granted. Four dudes making tikking-takking ... More >>
A good day for a ferry ride
Take in the era of Old Golds and Il Duce
Local luminary explores America, high and low
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. November 20, 1957, Vol. III, No. 4 (new motto on page 1: "A Greenwich Village Weekly") The Lively Arts By Gilbert Seldes There was a bit of front-page excitement recently over the list of the 76 richest millionaires in America as compiled ... More >>
If it's Christmas, it must be Ailey time
Carroll Baker breaks down in this early '60s melodrama
A dance company turns 60. Light those candles!
ABT polishes a heritage; the dancers make it shine
Blood not-so-simple: David Cronenberg takes aim at on-screen and real-life violence
The quintessential 'Broadway opera,' Blitzstein's Regina demands a full set of theatrical skills.
Reagan leaves the building. He put a smiley face on cruelty, but at least he chose mammon over god.
Why Jazz and Pop Don't Make the Cut
Stories That Make the Heart Quake
Choreography by a Committee, a Pair, and a Genuine Original
Feld Raises an American Hurrah; Childs and Sperling Gift-Wrap Solos
New York Soaks in a Spring Rain of French Dance
Turning the Century at Lincoln Center
Martha Graham's Heritage Strides On