An arts enthusiast based out of New York City, I write about arts and culture with a literary nod or two. For more of my writing, see daily aesthetic musings at www.artsravel.blogspot.com.
Everyone has seen the ubiquitous picture of Che Guevara, but where does this famous image come from?
A Mega-Author with A Million Due Dates Comes Around for Interview Times
700+ plus drawings and objects give insight into the famous director's mind at his MoMA retrospective.
Jude Law tackles his most serious role yet in a traditional production at the Broadhurst Theater.
A rare chance to see a jewel of a masterpiece.
A "Choose Your Own Adventure" play, on a boat, under the Manhattan skyline – does it get much better?
This lively traditional production of Shakespeare's great comedy is a delight.
Dirty, lecherous poetry? Only on the British side of the pond.
Tragedy or comedy, Chekhov's final play retains its greatness in its latest New York production.
Beethoven's music (and the maestro himself) come to life in the characters of Moises Kaufman's new play.