You know John Kander as the composer of such high octane anthems as “New York, New York” and “All That Jazz.”
A sometimes spectacular, sometimes merely over-the-top Al Pacino stars as Shylock, the relentlessly insulted yet exploited moneylender called “the Jew” by his Christian tormentors.
Gangly and dapper in a Good Humor suit, bow tie and Panama hat, Hamish Linklater charms the heck out of the customers at the Delacorte Theater.
Film and sometime stage star Al Pacino is being paid a minimum of $125,000 a week for playing washed-up real estate huckster Shelly Levene on Broadway in “Glengarry Glen Ross.”
David Mamet and the “Glengarry Glen Ross” team had an opening-night party on Sunday without going through the bother of an opening night with those possibly mood- ruining reviews.
John Malkovich plays Casanova, live mutant worms at the World Science Festival and David Hockney’s juggling video installation are among Muse weekend highlights.
Rifle-toting rangers man the ramparts of a stockade whose high walls briefly block out Central Park.
Al Pacino is ferociously over-the- top as Shylock, the embittered Jew at the heart of Shakespeare ’s black comedy, “The Merchant of Venice.”
Alaska’s government proposed investing its own cash in an assessment of oil reserves in the U.S. Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, seeking to prod the federal government to consider drilling in the protected area.
David Auburn’s intensely satisfying new drama “The Columnist” has as much to do with journalism as “Proof,” his Pulitzer Prize winner, had to do with mathematics.