“Once,” a wistful $5.5 million Broadway musical about an Irish man, a Czech woman and their folk music collaboration, received 11 Tony Award nominations today in New York, the most of any show.
An unscrupulous, sanctimonious snake vying for his party’s presidential nomination, Senator Joseph Cantwell seems like an uncanny imitation of Rick Santorum, especially as played by Eric McCormack.
Immerse yourself in some of the numerous and confusing art fairs now taking place in the city.
Downtown Records celebrates its talent roster with a schizophrenically savvy night at Webster Hall.
Last seen on Broadway in the buff and committing unspeakable crimes against horses, Daniel Radcliffe follows the ponderous “Equus” with a chipper song- and-dance performance in “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.”
“The Book of Mormon,” a raucous musical comedy that has been the runaway hit of the Broadway season, picked up nine Tony Awards on Sunday night, including best musical.