Ariella Weintraub

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This painter is hiding his mini works in Brooklyn — and he wants you to find them

Brooklyn Painter Steve Wasterval’s goal started out pretty small.“I wanted to like, give art away - I wanted to like, be able to give...

Free studio space available for vaccinated artists, and other ways to enjoy the arts this weekend

While we eagerly await the Great White Way to light up once more, here are some shows you can check out in the meantime....

Music teacher and performer puts on weekly concert in Brooklyn Heights

Peter Kendall Clark can’t go more than two feet from his home without being recognized.“I’ve been in professional theater for 40 years and the...

Q&A: Sutton Foster on new and final season of “Younger” and returning to Broadway

Broadway Favorite Sutton Foster chats with NY1 about the seventh and final season of "Younger" premiering on Paramount+ and her eventual return to Broadway...

Disrupting Stigma Around Mental Illness, 'The Manic Monologues' Goes Virtual

Zachary Burton was finishing up his last year of his graduate school program in Geology in 2017 when everything changed."So I had a psychotic...

How Lincoln Center’s Passport to the Arts Program Adapted to Virtual Programming This Year

Laverne Hamilton says she never thought her son Xavier could participate in the performing arts, but for the last three years, he has been...

Comedy Club Teams Up with Urgent Care to Provide Free Health Care Visits

Ashley Austin Morris, a comedian and actress, is one of thousands of arts workers who have lost or will soon lose their health insurance.“March...

'Voyeur: The Windows of Toulouse-Lautrec' – Part Walking Tour, Part Performance Art Theater Piece

Before the shutdown, you could find the famous French painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec at the the Broadway show, that is, eight times a week. But...

Performers Think Outside the “Zoom” Box in Virtual Shows

Magic, Improv, puzzles? Take your pick. “ is hopefully the most fun you’ll have on a Zoom call this year,” said mentalist Jason Suran....

LaGuardia High School Celebrates 40 Years of 'Fame'

The classic film “Fame” is celebrating 40 years since its release, and the quote unquote Fame High School -LaGuardia High School of Music &...

Theater Scene Shop Looks for Government Support as Stages Remain Dark

BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Jessica Kaplan and Shayne Izatt are partners in work and in life. The two met while working at Manhattan Theater Club and...

New Book Looks Back at Broadway's Sensation in the 90s

NEW YORK - New York Post Columnist and WOR Radio Host Michael Riedel has a new book out about Broadway in the nineties. Frank...

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