American Ballet Theater's Executive Director Announces Her Departure
American Ballet Theater was already looking for new leadership, with Kevin McKenzie, its artistic director of nearly three decades, planning to leave in 2022.
American Ballet Theater to Return to Lincoln Center in October
American Ballet Theater will return to Lincoln Center for indoor performances in October, the company said Wednesday.
Beach Bums, Unite!
When it's too hot to do anything else in New York City, that means it's time to go to the beach.
'I Was 10 Blocks Into My Walk When I Saw a Tall Man Striding South'
A mysterious, elegant man, a quick cut and more reader tales of New York City in this week's Metropolitan Diary.
Staff Picks: Bowling, Borges, and Bad People - The Paris Review
Becka Mara McKay once asked me to make a list of things one would never find in a poem, the lesson being that an exploration of lawn mower parts or the muscles used while bowling or natural marble patterns might yield some wonderful language, and if we're not putting wonderful language in poetry, then where will all this wonderful language end up?
San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus Artistic Director & Conductor Dr. Tim Seelig to Retire After Season 44 - San Francisco Bay Times
Following 10 seasons as Artistic Director and Conductor of the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus (SFGMC), Dr. Tim Seelig will retire at the conclusion of SFGMC's Season 44 in 2022, Executive Director Chris Verdugo and Board Chair Glenn DeSandre recently announced.
Lincoln Center Names Its First Poet in Residence
Mahogany Browne, the author of "Black Girl Magic" and "Chlorine Sky," will develop in-person and virtual programming from July to August at the performing-arts center.
Dr. Tim Seelig, Artistic Director and Conductor of San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus, to Retire | KQED
"As I look back over the last decade with the chorus, the milestones are humbling," Seelig said.
Teenage Love and Tragedy in the "Summer of 85"
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Harvey Fierstein Donates $2.5 Million for Public Library Theater Lab
The gift from the writer and performer will help create an educational hub at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center.