Arts and Culture
A student is found dead during a clinical drug trial, the motives of an enigmatic professor are questioned.
New York’s Theatre District sparkles with bright lights and dazzling signage celebrating Broadway’s biggest blockbusters. But lurking in the shadows of all those hot ticket hits are the ghosts of shows who, over the years, have fallen victim to the harsh fatality of Broadway flop-dom. And, who’s to say what makes a flop so floppy? Is it lousy timing? Lousy subject matter? Or just straight up lousy material?
Monday, August 29
Hurricane watch! Hear stormy music and news of Irene’s impact on the musicians of the East Coast
Bela Bartok’s Hungarian Sketches, a lush and lively Norwegian Dance
Composers Datebook: Saariaho at the Proms