A winter morning in New York City slowly releases its grip. On short days, 5:00 a.m. barely pulls itself from night toward day. But day begins anyway as people rise to meet the dark.
Answering the COVID challenge, Madison Abdul — now Madi Jo — fills the void with a return to her roots. She takes the stage in The Ghosts All Around Us, a new work by Jonathan Fadner, back home with Main Street Theatre & Dance Alliance.
On Saturday, December 5th, 2020, the artist collective RIVAA opened a fresh new exhibit, Looking To 2021 and a brighter future. The art will outlast COVID-19.
The well-groomed cat in Bonnard’s Bathers gets the idea and sets a good example in this parody of bathroom art.
Sexy Louis Kahn? Really? It’s true, and another thing… this famous man was sometimes privately cruel and casually immoral.
American Dharma, a film by Errol Morris, dives deep into the mind of Steve Bannon and finds him insane. YRB scores the interview.
Jonathan Fadner’s new musical brings ghosts — Roosevelt Island’s own — to MSTDA. Streaming performances promise brightening the holidays.
An MSTDA Thriller enlivened the Rivercross lawn on Tuesday, spirits dancing until it was dark. “Happy Halloween” was the message.
Dreams erase fear is the underlying theme for Constance Tanner’s Illusions & Delusions, opening next week at Gallery RIVAA. But some contrast makes it more powerful.
While survival alone guides the course for many nonprofits, MSTDA’s coronavirus future brightens by drawing on its past.