Broadway races toward the deadline for Tony nominations and spring blooms in the city’s great gardens (don’t miss Central Park’s floral sanctum sanctorum, the Conservatory Garden). Here are recommendations from Bloomberg Muse writers for this weekend:
In the mid-1960s, a young Richard Serra was working as a furniture mover and experimenting with time, process and material alongside friends such as composer Philip Glass, actor Spalding Gray and choreographer Trisha Brown.
Before his “Venus in Fur” made Broadway shockingly sexy, David Ives already was a master of the comic miniature. The six blackout sketches that make up “All in the Timing” prove the point today as sharply and concisely as they did when the show had its premiere 20 years ago.