Tag: theatre

CARRIE COON ON HER BLOSSOMING CAREER AND MIDWESTERN ROOTS

"Any character I play is me. To be an actor is to acknowledge that human beings are capable of an infinite scope of behavior, from evil to altruism." -Carrie Coon Having conquered theater, film, and television, Carrie Coon is the latest triple threat. In 2012 she earned herself a Tony Award nomination for her role as…

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MARION COTILLARD TO STAR IN “JOAN OF ARC” @ LINCOLN CENTER – JUNE 10 – 13

Oscar winner Marion Cotillard will be playing the lead in "Joan of Arc at the Stake" as part of the season finale for the New York Philharmonic. The production will be moving from Paris to New York. This will be Cotillard's Philharmonic debut. This will be the U.S. premiere of director Come de Bellescize's production of "Joan…

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MATT LIPPS IN CONVERSATION WITH CHARLOTTE COTTON @ JESSICA SILVERMAN GALLERY- APRIL 2

Matt Lipps Jessica Silverman Gallery NYC April 2 6-8 PM Artist Matt Lipps and CCA visiting scholar Charlotte Cotton discuss Lipps' current exhibition "The Populist Camera," during this event hosted by the Jessica Silverman Gallery. The exhibition is a requiem for analog image-making that engages with the ubiquity of photography in the digital age. Using…

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JOHN GALLIANO TO DESIGN AGAIN

John Galliano has been keeping a low profile after being let go from Dior back in 2011 for anti-semetic remarks but, after much speculation, the designer is slated to design costumes for Stephen Fry's forthcoming London production of Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest. Galliano, 53, is famous for his theatrical, flamboyant personality which translates…

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