Ethan Hawke Discusses Life With Seymour Bernstein

  Actor/Director Ethan Hawke explores the life and lessons of pianist, teacher, sage Seymour Bernstein. Since giving up a career as a concert pianist at age 50, Seymour has dedicated his life to teaching his students and himself about music, happiness, and the power of detaching satisfaction from s
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Palm Beach Show Group Hosts Sensational Preview Party for The New York Art, Antique & Jewelry Show

Over 3,000 guests gathered at the Park Avenue Armory this week for a sensational private preview party for the New York Art, Antique & Jewelry Show. Palm Beach Show Group’s CEO Scott Diament welcomed the enthusiastic crowd who eagerly waited in a line around the block to experience the show of the y
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Sensible Socialite on The Scene: SK-II Backstage with Monique Lhuillier Spring/Summer 2015 Ready to Wear

At Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week this season Monique Lhuillier presented a collection that evoked the opulence of a budding sunrise sky; painted with soft-petal shades, translucent reflections and iridescent satin. To achieve a dreamlike look, SK-II prepped models backstage by applying a Facial Treatment M
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H.O.P.E. Foundation Hosts Inaugural New York City Benefit

New York, NY (September 19th, 2014) – The H.O.P.E. Foundation for a Better Tomorrow's founders Kathy DiCocco, Lou DiCocco, and Nicole DiCocco hosted their Inaugural New York City Benefit at The Leonora on September 18th. Host Committee members Michele Gerber Klein, Christine Rizk, Kristy Rao, Bettina Be
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T2C Talks With Billy Porter About His New Play While I Yet Live

Primary Stages in association with Susan Dietz (Fela!, Mothers and Sons), present the world premiere of While I Yet Live by the Tony-winning star of Kinky Boots and Angels in America, Billy Porter, and directed by Tony Award nominee Sheryl Kaller (Mothers and Sons, Next Fall, Adrift in Macao). This new
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Pippin Gets the Star of The Voice and Carole Shelley Joins A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder

The winner of "The Voice" was announced today to play the next  Pippin on Broadway. Josh Kaufman has never seen himself leading a Broadway show until the offer came. Kaufman said he hasn't much stage experience, but has performed live in front of millions on TV and says those skills will be useful. He j
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Stephen Sorokoff My View: The Friars Are Not Just About Roasts & Telling Jokes

I don’t think that there has ever been a person that has been in the Friars club who has not shared a laugh or left the Monastery not smiling. That in itself is a huge accomplishment, but the Friars do so much more than entertain themselves and enjoy their camaraderie. The Friars Club’s Sunshine Committ
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Stephen Sorokoff My View: Irish Repertory Theatre visits Backstage with Peter LeDonne

Ciaran O'Reilly (Port Authority) and Charlotte Moore (A Christmas Story) two directors from the Irish Repertory Theatre were interviewed by Peter LeDonne and Jamie deRoy on Backstage with Peter LeDonne.  The AM970 The Answer radio program broadcasts from Lillie's Victorian Establishment at 249 West 49th
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Stephen Sorokoff My View: A Warm Up Act at Cafe Carlyle Jeff Goldblum

About 20 minutes before showtime at Cafe Carlyle last night a guy strolled through the audience with a microphone joking, and asking TV Game Show type questions.  “What movie is this line from?  Who starred in?” etc etc. He even congratulated a couple celebrating their anniversary seated ringside, Al Ro
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