Shakespeare in the Park opens with The Comedy of Errors
Five great comedy acts put on a show—for free!
Katie Crutchfield goes solo at 285 Kent
The Quay Brothers at MOMA
This is how they looked every single time they were shown on the Golden Globes. It was so bizarre to have them angled in different directions, making them look like a Jeff Koons statue of themselves or maybe like a glamorous movie couple with whiplash.
Mariah Carey gave birth today at 12:07 p.m. to twin babies, a boy and a girl. To top it off, today is also Carey and Nick Cannon's fourth wedding anniversary! And they listened to "We Belong Together" after the twins were born, according to Carey's rep. I'm verklempt. No word yet on what the twin ... More >>
British bookmakers William Hill have released odds for a series of events on and around the royal wedding. They are also changing their name for the day to "William & Kate" because what are gambling addicts going to do, not gamble due to a stupid name? The list of odds includes standard offer ... More >>
Plus, the return of Another American: Asking and Telling
Comedie of Errors plays in various parks
37-year-old math wizard Sam Roweis had an impressive resume -- Cal Tech, MIT, a "rising star" at the University of Toronto, Google; tons of grants, fellowships, and honors. He joined the NYU faculty as an associate professor in the Vision Learning Graphics Lab of the Computer Science departm ... More >>
A profound discussion into the art of stop-motion animation
Nadya Suleman--the world famous Angelina-looking octomom who popped out eight implanted embryos, making a lifetime total of 14--now finds herself pregnant with possibility. She just got offered "a deal of up to one million dollars plus a year of health insurance for her family" by Vivid Entertainmen ... More >>
We congratulate the Staten Island Advance: "Cursing Staten Islanders take center stage on MTV show" sounds like one of our headlines. The paper says Staten Island continues to "serve as a laughing stock for viewers across the country" thanks to the recent appearance on MTV's "A Double Shot at Love w ... More >>
It sure ain’t easy to be an emerging playwright in the world’s theater capital. So thank goodness for the fifth annual Summer Play Festival, which charges no application fee, accepts unsolicited material, provides full financial and production support to the artist, and keeps the tickets cheap, ... More >>
Emerging playwrights have their day in the sun
What evil lurks in the house of the mind? Tune in next time.