The Brits, as usual, are showing up well on Broadway, though it's hard to find anyone with a kind word to say about Keira Knightley in Helen Edmundson's Thérèse Raquin at Studio 54 ("Unnatural," said The New York Times).
Two of the biggest current hits are Simon Stephens's The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time and Mike Bartlett's King Charles III, plays which originated at the National Theatre and the Almeida.
The Nutcracker is a holiday tradition, and there are multiple occasions to see it in the city. The Amazing Acro-Cats Meowy Catmas, The Theatre at St.
Org The Orpheum Theater is hosting a holiday party benefiting a beautifully restored historic theater.
Human tanks, open-door hearts, and invisible bubbles.
I always felt like, 'Frankenstein didn't ask to be put together,'" he said, laughing. Through no fault of his own, the villagers are rising up and chasing him." FILE - In this May 16, 2014 file photo, Michael Cerveris attends the Drama League Awards in New York.
Best in Show, a spotlight on Broadway stars and their animal companions, continues with two-time Tony-winning Fun Home star Michael Cerveris and his dog Evangeline. If you could talk to your pet for five minutes, what would you ask her? MC: I bought a maze food bowl that makes her slow down her ravenous eating habits, which I think is much healthier for her.
Cerveris will be part of the 18th edition of Broadway Barks, the celebrity-filled dog and cat adoption event co-founded by Bernadette Peters and Mary Tyler Moore, July 30 in Shubert Alley. MC: Missed last year—we’ll have to start working on that and Mardi Gras for this year. MC: A father/daughter first birthday trip to the Catskills on Memorial Day—hiking, swimming in a lake and having the run of a little cabin. She eats like she did hard time and was always afraid the other inmates were going to steal her food.