In no particular order, here are ten can't-miss shows in New York this weekend. For the Voice's full rundown of New York concerts, hit up villagevoice.com/concerts. See Also: - All Tomorrow's Parties Preview: Founder Barry Hogan on the Festival's Move to New York City - Fear of a Talibam! Planet - ... More >>
The Round of 64 for Sound of the City's own version of March Madnessin which you, the Sound of the City voting public, help determine the quintessential New York musicianfinishes this weekend, with the Round of 32 kicking off Monday. (The schedule and results so far are here; the fu ... More >>
The Round of 64 for Sound of the City's own version of March Madnessin which you, the Sound of the City voting public, help determine the quintessential New York musicianfinishes up this week, with the Round of 32 scheduled to kick off Monday. (The schedule and results so far are he ... More >>
Robert Wilson whips out his embalming fluid at BAM
The Threepenny Opera comes to BAM
The choreographer brings Anchises to the Abrons Art Center
Corin Tucker, closet Twilight fan. Photo by John Clark.In this week's Village Voice, we present our annual Best of NYC issue! Relevant to SOTC readers will be Rob Harvilla's sublime essay on Nicki Minaj and our fulsome Arts & Entertainment and Bars & Clubs sections, but be sure to consult Peo ... More >>
En garde, avant-garde!
Rats, drug dealers, hookers, a gambling "casino' in one of the apartments: 2320 Aqueduct Avenue in the Bronx sounds like a terrible building. It used to be bad when one of the Voice's perennial "10 Worst Landlords" owned it. Then he sold out to fancy new owners -- including a Tishman Speyer a ... More >>
Musical chairs with nuns and a Jew.
Photo by Star Foreman. You're going to love Zoe Kazan. She's Hollywood royalty (granddaughter of Elia Kazan). She's been on Broadway and in movies, one of which, The Exploding Girl, debuts at the Tribeca Film Festival. Melissa Anderson interviews her. You may also view Star Foreman's photo slidesh ... More >>
Iceland's Vesturport Theatre gets help from Nick Cave
Nukes and dance
Spectacle rules the stage at TNC and BAM
The American Living Room returns to Here, sofas intact
Theater from abroad: different from ours, but just as confused about what comes next
Gypsy is younger than ever, but LuPone's Madam Rose is the maddest yet
Wagner, Mongols, capitalist art! A conversation with Lincoln Center Festival artistic director Nigel Redden
The marriage of movies and dance creates magical progeny
A bright troupe in from the prairie channels Garrison Keillor
A mammoth production of the epic verse gets a stateside staging
Sontag's timely reduction of Wagner's timeless opus
Robert Wilson reverently stages an ancient Indonesian epic
Robert Wilson sets Flaubert's St. Anthony fantasia to gospel
As King Lear Almost Said, the Worst Is Not, So Long as We Can Say, 'It Could Be Worse'
Journeying Through New England to Discover Equine Virtuosity and Spiritual Flights
Cost-Cutting Tip for Theaters: Delete the Art That's Lost Its Meaning
Tom Waits Wears His Mask Like a Pro
Playing Catch-Up in Heavy Traffic
An Exhibit of Auteur Directors
Veteran Travelers Assail Time and Space
Theater's Been in Flux All Century Long, So What's Left for It in the Next?
Robert Wilson's First New York Premiere in 15 Years