Richard Nelson’s inspired new play, “Nikolai and the Others” bristles with compelling ideas and complex characters in equal measure.
New York City Ballet has reclaimed Lincoln Center ’s David H. Koch Theater from its poor relation, the City Opera .
In the winter of 1975, several months after he defected to the West from the former Soviet Union, ballet star Mikhail Baryshnikov walked into a Paris art gallery and bought his first two artworks.
In front of a Christmas tree at last night’s Inner-City Scholarship Fund gala, Stephen Schwarzman enumerated some of the deeds that made him a good boy for Santa.
It’s hard to remember a time when “Encores!” wasn’t an essential part of the city’s cultural landscape.
Stephen Colbert ponders ‘truthiness” and shows satirical bits from recent episodes he will probably riff on before a live audience tonight at the Wellmont Theatre.
In the David H. Koch Theater at New York’s Lincoln Center Thursday night, audience members craned and swiveled to catch a glimpse of Paul McCartney sitting in the first ring.
Peter Doherty is returning to music after years of being in the headlines for his personal life. The one-time fiance of Kate Moss, friend of Amy Winehouse and drug addict is playing a solo show on Friday.
Spidey’s back! After a 3-week break to retool, “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” is once again in previews with opening night scheduled for June 14.