Wednesday, August 29, 2007


Ok, we’re going to be brave. We’re going to accept that there are certain things we can’t change. Like Fall. It’s going to come. But, we’re also going to remember that Fall brings its own magic with it. Some things that have us jazzed for the upcoming months in New York?

New Show Openings: There are some serious stars coming to New York this Fall: Claire Danes (Pygmalion with Jefferson Mays); Ian “Please Call Me Sir” McKellen (King Lear at BAM); Megan Mullally (Young Frankenstein); Jennifer Garner (Cyrano De Bergerac with Kevin Kline); and Chazz Palminteri (A Bronx Tale) – just to name a few.

Art Explosion: The Dutch are invading the Met with a major exposition, “ The Age of Rembrandt: Dutch Paintings…”; MoMA is still riding the waves of the Richard Serra exhibit through September 10, and doing a focused look at Alexander Calder’s early work; The Whitney houses Kara Walker’s first full-scale American museum survey.

America’s Next Top Model: Cycle 9, BABY!

Central Park in the Fall: ‘Nuff said.

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