RBG @ Bay Street Theater

Michelle Azar and Rupert Holmes.

All Things Equal The Life & Trials of Ruth Bader Ginsburg Opening Night

Bay Street Theater and Scott Stander are presenting the enlightening All Things Equal: The Life & Trials of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, as part of their Literature Live series through November 27. Photography: Barry Gordin

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The York Theatre

Danny Gardner, Darrell T.Joe, Darien Crago, Kaitlyn Davidson, Jeremy Benton, Corinne Munisch, Sean Quinn, Melinda Porto


Opening night photos of Cheek to Cheek! Irving Berlin in Hollywood, a return engagement of the York Theatre’s productionat The Theatre at St Jeans on 76th Street.

September 23, 2022: The York Theatre in association with Riki Kane Larimer are presenting an encore performance of Cheek to Cheek! Irving Berlin in Hollywood, a song and dance celebration featuring the music and lyrics of the legendary Irving Berlin, with book by Barry Kleinbort. 

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Ragtime Opens at Bay Street

Will Pomerantz and Scott Schwartz

An elegant staging of Ragtime the Musical, directed by Will Pomerantz, opened at Bay Street in Sag Harbor on Saturday, August 6th.  Here are some photos from opening night.

Ragtime is the third production of Bay Street’s 2022 Summer Season and will play through August 28. Single seat tickets are available starting at $49.99. To purchase, call the Box Office at 631 725 9500 11 a.m. to showtime daily or go to http://www.baystreet.org/calendar/
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Photography: Barry Gordin

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Lillias White @ Bay Street

Lillias White

Tony Award Winner, Lillias White, brought her new show to Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor for their Musical Mondays series. 

August 12, 2022: The one and only Lillias White brought her new show to Bay Street Theater this past Monday, as part of their ongoing Musical Mondays Series and she was, as always, phenomenal. The renowned Billy Stritch accompanied her on piano.

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Anna in the Tropics @ Bay Street

The Cast of “Anna and The Tropics” – Anthony Michael Martinez, Christine Spang, Guillermo Ivan, Christian Barillas, Maria Isabel Bilbao, Serafin Falcon, Iliana Guibert.

July 5, 2002: The Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Anna in the Tropics, opened at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor. The moving drama directed by Marcos Santana won the 2003 Pulitzer Prize. Set in a cigar factory in Tampa, Florida, the story follows the lives of a Cuban-American family challenged by the vices and temptations surrounding them.  The play is the second of the Mainstage Summer Season and runs through July 24.

Opening Night Photography: Barry Gordin

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Drama Desk Awards

Renée Elise Goldsberry (Host)

The 66th Drama Desk Awards were presented at Sardi’s on June 14th

June 15, 2022: The 2022 Drama Desk Awards, announced earlier this month, were presented in an afternoon ceremony at the legendary Sardi’s Restaurant on West 44th Street. Produced by Tony winner Scott Mauro the annual celebration, honoring Broadway and beyond, was not presented for the past two years due to COVID. This year’s show was written by Bruce Vilanch and streamed live on Broadway On Demand free of charge.
Photography: Barry Gordin

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The York Theatre

Curtain Call – Victoria Byrd, Jeremy Benton, Melanie Moore, Phillip Attmore, Kaitlyn Davidson, Joseph Medeiros

Cheek To Cheek: Irving Berlin in Hollywood opens at The York at Theatre at St. Jean’s on 76th Street.

December 3, 2021:  Cheek To Cheek: Irving Berlin in Hollywood, an insightful song and dance celebration featuring the music and lyrics of the legendary Irving Berlin opened at The York Theatre Company’s temporary home at the Theater at St. Jeans on East 76th Street for a limited engagement through January 2, 2022. This world premiere, produced in association with Riki Kane Larimer,  is The York’s first mainstage production since the pandemic began in March 2020 and the flood which forced them from their home of 30 years at St. Peter’s Theater in January 2021.  

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Guild Hall Gala

Bill T. Jones, Andrea Grover, BJorn G. Amelan

Guild Hall, the cultural center of East Hampton, celebrates 90 years of excellence with Robert Longo in in the Museum.

August 12, 2021: Guild Hall, the cultural center of East Hampton, hosted their annual Gala, a celebration of 90 years of excellence. The evening began in the museum with the opening reception for Robert Longo: A History of the Present, curated by Christina Mossaides Strassfield, Guild Hall Chief Curation and Museum Director. In two adjacent galleries Longo juxtaposes America’s past with it present through 17 monumental, highly labor-intensive charcoal drawings that act as mirrors into history. This breathtaking exhibition is truly a “must see” event.  From there the celebration moved to a private home for cocktails overlooking the pond, dinner and the program under a tent, followed by dancing to DJ Mick.

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Camelot Opening Night

Scott Schwartz, Jeremy Kushnier

Bay Street Theater’s intimate staging of Lerner & Loewe’s Camelot soars amidst a Bridgehampton Field.

August 8, 2021: Bay Street Theater returns with a magical staging of Lerner and Loewe’s beloved musical, Camelot, which opened last night in Bridgehampton. The evening, directed by Scott Schwartz, Bay Street Theater’s Artistic Director, features a strong cast and a superb score by the gifted duo, who gave us another enduring classic, My Fair Lady, which Bay Street staged to stunning effect in 2016. And then, there are classic songs like, “If Ever I Would Leave You,” “Camelot,” “What Do the Simple Folk Do,” and “I Loved You Once In Silence,” songs you go out of the theater humming, which return to you, again, the following day.
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Photography: Barry Gordin

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Voyeur

A LIVE Theatrical Experience, VOYEUR The Windows of Toulouse -Lautrec.

April 24, 2021: VOYEUR, a live, open air, immersive Theatrical Experience, returns to the streets of Greenwich Village after a successful 2020 run.  Produced by Bated Breath Theatre Company, the Spring version of the show features new scenes, additional cast members, a new tour route and a new finale venue. 

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About Love Opens

Dan Domingues, Jeffrey Kringer, Tom Patterson, Silvia Bond, Jean Tafler, Helen Coxe, Will Pomerantz, Nancy Harrow

About Love, a play with songs and music, opened at the Sheen Center.

March 5, 2020: The Culture Project is presenting About Love, a new play by Nancy Harrow and Will Pomerantz, which opened last night at the Sheen Center for Thought and Culture. Based on an exquisite short story, “First Love,” by Ivan Turgenev, About Love follows a young man on a quiet summer vacation with his parents in the Russian countryside, but he soon discovers those months will be the most consequential of his life. 

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Mr. Toole Opens @ 59E59

Ryan Spahn, Julia Randall, Playwright Vivian Neuwirth

Off- Broadway Premiere of an inspirational new play by Vivian Neuwirth opens at 59E59 Theaters

March 5, 2020:   Mr. Toole, written by Vivian Neuwirth and directed by Cat Parker, opened at 59E59 Theaters. The play, produced by Articulate Theatre Company, in association with Lagniappe Productions, will play a limited engagement through Sunday, March 15.  

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The Commons Opens

Ben Newman, Olivia Khoshatefeh, Ben Katz, Julia Greer, Olivia Abiassi

Lily Akerman’s The Commons directedby Emma Miller makes World Premiere at @ 59E59 Theaters.

February 12, 2020:  The Commons, a tale about living with strangers by Lily Akerman, opened at 59E59 Theaters under Emma Miller’s steady hand. The play commissioned and produced by The Hearth, a group that develops new plays by women, is making its World Premier at 59E59 Theaters for a limited run through February 23rd. The opening marks the NYC debut of Akerman, a recent Hunter MFA grad, who is part of the Clubbed Thumb’s emerging writers.

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Forbidden Broadway Opens at York

Tony Award winning parodist Gerard Alessandrini is back with a hilarious all new Forbidden Brodway: The Next Generation!

January 20, 2020: Forbidden Broadway: The Next Generation opened at the York Theatre last night. Yes, Gerard Alessandrini’s Forbidden Broadway is back, after a 5- year absence, with a new and timely spoof of the theater, which this time arounds includes some current movies as well. The new edition, featuring a stellar cast with Fred Barton on the piano and choreography by Gerry McIntrye, is just as funny as ever. The outstanding performers are Immanuel Houston, Aline Mayagoitia, Chris Collins-Pisano, Jenny Lee Stern, and Joshua Turchin.

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Boom Opens @ 59E59

Rick Miller Photo: Barry Gordin

Rick Miller’s Boom makes NYC premiere at 59E59 Theaters

January 15, 2020:   Boom, written, directed and performed by Rick Miller, opened at 59E59 Theaters for a limited run through Sunday, February 23rd.  The evening, produced by Kidoons and WYRD Productions, is a tour de force by an award-winning performer, who Entertainment Weekly called, “one of the 100 most creative people alive today.” In the show Miller performs over 100 politicians, activists, and musicians to create a moving retrospective of 25 turbulent years that constitute the “Boomer” generation. 

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