Tag Archives: Lincoln Center

Portraits in Dramatic Time

On Sunday evening I made my way to Lincoln Center to see photographer David Michalek’s newest project, Portraits in Dramatic Time.  For Portraits, which is projected onto a massive screen on the façade of the David H. Koch Theater, Michalek … Continue reading

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Larry Keigwin to Stage “Fashion’s Night Out: The Show” at Lincoln Center

Choreographer Larry Keigwin will stage the largest public fashion show in New York City history on September 7th at Lincoln Center.  “Fashion’s Night Out: The Show,” produced by Vogue and SPEC Entertainment, will feature over 150 of the industry’s top … Continue reading

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Teresa Reichlen: Barnard’s Bunhead

This month’s Dance Magazine includes an article on professional dancers who balance performing careers with academics. New York City Ballet soloist Teresa Reichlen is featured since she studies at Barnard College on the Upper West Side while performing with NYCB … Continue reading

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New York City Ballet: Dancers’ Choice Program

Designed by NYCB soloist Craig Hall The New York State Theater was packed on Friday night, and not just with the typical crowd of New York City Ballet devotees. Young people, too, had flocked to Lincoln Center to see the … Continue reading

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Subway Ceramics

Ever notice the tile art in the New York City subways? There are some phenomenal murals along the 6 train, particularly at 59th street. There’s a platform below the locals where you can switch to the 4 and 5 where … Continue reading

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