The Fall 2014 Issue
Pedestrian deaths in New York City are on pace to eclipse homicides in 2014.
On the Upper East Side, where can you drink a digestif out of this crazy glass, which seems bent on demonstrating a scientific principle? Four years ago Fork in the Road inaugurated the Our 10 Best guides, and we've never looked back. They've proved so popular that readers have asked for some sort ... More >>
Statecraft and stagecraft across the pond
The Mint revives a romantic comedy by Martha Gellhorn
Corporate rock still sucks
Jonathan Pryce stars in a Pinter revival at BAM
Disclosure: I busted my ass to get from a TV appearance to Evita but got there moments late. I had to watch the first 15 minutes on a monitor in the lobby, then was allowed in to my seat. And it was worth the ass-busting. I always thought the highly conceptualized 1979 Harold Prince-directed prod ... More >>
The New York Post notes a strange feature of the Upper West Side today, a previously undisclosed real estate feature that may entice you to move there, if, perhaps, you're prone to falling from buildings. Apparently between last August and now, there have been three instances in which animals ... More >>
Restaurants and bars, they come and they go. Here are a few making their debuts and bowing out this week. Vai, the Upper East Side spot that just got a Soho outpost, has closed. The building is reportedly being torn down. [Grub Street] Café Flo in Astoria did not survive a four-alarm blaze that r ... More >>
Plus Derek Jacobi, the Shaggs, and other spring theater picks
A March march through London theater (sorry, theatre)
Meryl Schenker/P-IThe gift that keeps on giving.Having once lived downwind of Little Giant's exhaust system, we can sympathize with the residents of 10 West End Avenue, whose ground floor is home to the Urbani Truffles retail store. While the scent of truffles has been compared to everything ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. September 26, 1968, Vol. XIII, No. 50 Homecoming by Richard Goldstein I came back from Chicago swimming in revolution -- or at least in my expectations of it. Radicalized, I rounded the media in search of rhetoric. I wore my face phleg ... More >>
Photo by Neil deMauseIn what's becoming a bit of a Coney Island tradition, City Hall officials shlepped out to Brooklyn in a slushstorm today to make the long-rumored announcement that the Italian firm Zamperla has been tapped to open a new amusement park in Coney to replace the dearly depart ... More >>
It's a question that calls for an expert
Yasmina Rezas God of Carnage
The Bridge Project joins talents from the U.S. and UK
Tip your deliveryman!
The U.K.'s Kneehigh arrives, bearing some boar poop
From Gay City News: A memorial service honoring and celebrating the life and achievements of Mel Cheren will be held on the evening of Thursday, January 17 at Saint Peter's Church in New York City from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., with doors opening at 6:30 pm. Cooperberg-Rittmaster Rabbinical Intern Ben Dav ... More >>
Plague! Arson! Smut! A visit to Britains classy theater.
Tony winner Matthew Bourne returns to New York with 'Theater Stroke Dance'
Master director Peter Brook brings a frayed community Tierno Bokar, a multicultural fable
The art of four play: Cruel lies and crueler truths in a tastefully sordid relationship drama
Book and disc explore hidden hippity-hoppity old schools
Another opening, another onslaught of hype: Everything's right as rain in Londontown
Seven U.K. Productions That May Be New York Bound
The Liberating Power of Clothes
Britain Still There, Creating Theater
How the landlord lobby limited the sprinkler law
Jane Horrocks Makes an Art of Awkwardness