It’s great to find buffed-up dancers in costumes so skimpy that they seem to defy the law of physics. It gives you something to think about when you get bored.
“This color is the perfect color for art,” said Jessica Hart of her bright-red gown, with her date, Stavros Niarchos, nearby. “On any other night, I’d stand out like a sore thumb. Tonight it fits right in.”
A look behind the emerald curtain at “Wicked” helps explain why, despite long odds against success, a dozen new musicals arrive on Broadway each season.
In a Broadway season robust with bravura performances, comes another that makes demands of our souls along with our ears.
Yolanda Potasinski and Nancy Mertzel called each other “partner” since 1997. After their wedding yesterday in New York, which married gay couples for the first time, they can make it “wife.”
The Strokes grab uptown glory when the downtown five-pack descend on Madison Square Garden.
On paper, the Roundabout Theatre Company ’s revival of “Anything Goes” must have looked like a sure thing.
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