The Fall 2014 Issue
Two stars of the stage, small and big screens will co-host the 2014 Village Voice OBIE Awards on May 19 at Webster Hall (125 East 11th Street) in the East Village. Tamara Tunie, perhaps best known as the lead in the Public Theater's Troilus and Cressida (among more credits listed below) and Hamish L ... More >>
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This time, the Public does Sondheim in the Park
Party in the park
Home to Shakespeare in the Park, Central Park's Delacorte Theater also hosts a seasonal outdoor cafe run by Danny Meyer's Union Square Hospitality Group: Public Fare. The outdoor cafe is open for the season, serving hotdogs with crushed barbecue potato chips, scallions and tangy housemade sauce, as ... More >>
Jeremy and Alex, who posed last week with the twin volunteer flower girls while getting their license, about to legally wed in churchHappy Same-Sex Sunday, 2.0! Last Sunday, the first day same-sex marriage was legal, weddings were performed largely in civil ceremonies. Government marriage bu ... More >>
David Esbjornson's Shakespeare production puts an urban hell in Central Park
Daniel Sullivan works some Bard magic in Central Park
First new trees, then off to Detroit for the wide-ranging playwright. Plus, summer theater picks.
You have eight weeks to make it into Shakespeare in the Park
From Hamlet to La Cage aux Folles, one of New York's greatest costume designers
Every summer, one of the hottest dates in town emerges out of Central Park. And it's back. With Al Pacino.
The Lincoln Center Festival brings high art to the harbor
Sixteen years after a controversial departure, a return
Not all the castles are in Europe
Still grows on you 40 years later; Gurney's new play tells a more rueful comeback story
Threads from the '60s, beyond birthday suits
A recession-proof guide with free answers for those who aren't afflicted by vulgar wealth
The great ticket dilemma
Beirut's pleasant globetrotter landscapes are wide-eyed but not terribly deep
The Public's Romeo and Juliet waters Central Park
Al fresco shows for real New Yorkers (and their houseguests)