Nico Muhly’s “Two Boys” -- about the dawn of the Internet and its squinting sociopaths -- finally opened on Monday night at the Metropolitan Opera.
“This is a very old story of people searching to be loved,” says Nico Muhly about “Two Boys,” which opens at the Metropolitan Opera Oct. 21.
Time to ponder the fall season I realized as I fed apples to my pigs Hamlette, Venus and Mimi.
Five years and four days after the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the New York City Ballet Fall Gala was a glittering jumble of celebrity (Drew Barrymore, 50 Cent), finery (Chanel, Jar), and economic commentary (Wilbur Ross et alia).
Polygamy and prairie dresses aren’t often found in opera.
Nico Muhly is tagged the “hottest composer on the planet’’ on his record label’s website. Whichever planet that is, it must be a pretty tepid one.
“Private Lives” has Kim Cattrall as the tempestuous bride who discovers her ex-husband honeymooning at the same French hotel.
Nathan Lane plays gay burlesque in “The Nance,” Pink rocks Madison Square Garden and Stockhausen’s other-worldly “Oktophonie” takes over the Park Avenue Armory this weekend.
Take the time to see Christian Marclay’s video installation “The Clock.”
At the Park Avenue Armory gala, you could walk off dinner just by circulating between courses.