Take Me There: New York City
I'm starting a new series, inspired by the places I want to go. For each location, I will include five things I want to see, do, experience or eat while I'm there. And maybe someday I'll actually get to go do them. :) I've wanted to live in New York City for years. Probably because all the best TV shows take place there. But since it doesn't look like a lot of aerospace engineering professor positions open in New York — well, they do, but only in places like Buffalo — I'll settle for just…
42nd Street New York City by Linda Parker
New York City's Broadway & Times Square area begins at 42nd Street. When visiting NYC, see a Broadway show in the Times Square area. This marquee was of a Broadway show that had played on the landmark location on 42nd St! ~Signed by the Artist
9 Reasons To Swoon Over Art Deco Theaters
With more and more Megaplex movie theaters boasting stadium seating, 3D vision and even the occasional reclining chair, the age of art house theaters app...
Up on the Marquee: AMELIE
AMELIE, A NEW MUSICAL will begin performances on Broadway on Thursday, March 9, 2017 at the Walter Kerr Theatre (219 W 48th Street) and officially open Monday, April 3, 2017. Directed by Tony Award winner Pam Mackinnon (Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?), AMELIE features a book by Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award nominee Craig Lucas (The Light in the Piazza), music by Daniel Messe and lyrics by Nathan Tysen & Messe, and musical staging and choreography by Sam Pinkleton.
'Celluloid Dreams': A Photographers Quest to Preserve the Memory of Historic Theaters Across America - Feature Shoot
In an age of multiplexes, 3D cinema and pirated movies, the theatre is on the decline and rapidly fading in oblivion. Art Deco movie palaces, as they were called, could once be found in every American city during the Hollywood’s golden age of cinema spanning from the 1920s through the 1940s. These opulent, single-screen theatres represent an important aspect of American popular culture. Celluloid Dreams is the decade long project by Boston photographer, Stefanie Klavens, who seeks to…