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Modern ‘Job’ is Heartbreaking

Modern ‘Job’ is Heartbreaking

By Joseph Myers, Theater & Books Editor

April 18, 2016


Filed under Arts, Theater

"Head of Passes" at the Public Theater is a moving drama about family inspired by the Book of Job.

“Louder Than Bombs” Experiments With Time Successfully

“Louder Than Bombs” Experiments With Time Successfully

By Dejarelle Gaines, Copy Chief

April 8, 2016


Filed under Arts, Film

Jesse Eisenberg stars in "Louder than Bombs" a family drama directed by Joachim Trier.

NBC Drama ‘Heartbeat’ Flatlines

NBC Drama ‘Heartbeat’ Flatlines

By Tony Schwab, Staff Writer

March 30, 2016


Filed under Arts, Entertainment, Uncategorized

"Heartbeat" is a new NBC drama about a rule-breaking, renegade heart surgeon and her intriguing personal life.

Battle of Brothers and Sheep in Lyrical Film ‘Rams’

Battle of Brothers and Sheep in Lyrical Film ‘Rams’

By Sydney Rappis, Contributing Writer

February 3, 2016


Filed under Arts, Film

The Icelandic film won the Un Certain Regard Prize at the Cannes Film Festival in 2015.

Katie Gallagher Fall/Winter 2015

Katie Gallagher Fall/Winter 2015

By Madison Reis, Contributing Writer

February 12, 2015


Filed under Beauty & Style, Fashion Week, Features

Katie Gallagher's Fall/Winter 2015 collection pushed boundaries, embraced the drama of simplicity, and utilized the power of color.

Student to make directorial debut

Student to make directorial debut

By Tejas Sawant

October 20, 2014


Filed under Features, Uncategorized

Muse of Fire, a play written and directed by Tisch freshman Jake Rosenberg, is set to have its maiden performance on Oct. 29 at the Manhattan Repertory Theater.

New York City arts education under siege

New York City arts education under siege

April 14, 2014


Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, Opinion

The Office of the New York City Comptroller recently released a report detailing the inadequacy of arts education provided for students living in the five boroughs. The State of the Arts report included shockingly low figures for the presence of art rooms, partnerships with arts organizations and f...

‘Scandal’ continues to defy expectations of network TV capabilities

‘Scandal’ continues to defy expectations of network TV capabilities

October 24, 2013


Filed under Arts

In the past season alone, “Scandal” has had more government conspiracies than “Homeland,” and while everyone was busy buzzing about “House of Cards,” they seemed to have forgotten that Kerry Washington’s Olivia Pope, the lawyer-fixer protagonist of “Scandal,” wears the white hat better th...

Day in the Life: Daniel Walsh

Day in the Life: Daniel Walsh

October 21, 2013


Filed under Features

After wrapping up a semester abroad in NYU London, Steinhardt junior Daniel Walsh returned to the city to pursue his passion for educational theater. If you haven’t seen him wandering the grounds of Alumni residence hall or working at the front desk at the Tisch School of the Arts Drama Department, yo...

‘Ironside’ fails to revive classic show for modern audience

‘Ironside’ fails to revive classic show for modern audience

October 2, 2013


Filed under Arts

In what many are calling the “Golden Age” of television, numerous shows have eclipsed films in critical and commercial reception, drawing greater attention to those working on the small screen. However, this era has also been home to an increasing number of producers and writers resorting ...

Emmys 2013 Predictions: Outstanding Drama Series

Emmys 2013 Predictions: Outstanding Drama Series

September 20, 2013


Filed under Arts

Six dramas enter, one remains. Which show will take home the top prize? For starters, the common consensus has been that the second season of “Homeland” wasn’t as good as the first, so its chances of winning aren’t great. The same goes for “Mad Men,” which hit a bit of a rough patch after earnin...

Theatre group offers therapy through performances

Theatre group offers therapy through performances

November 15, 2012


Filed under Features

A group of actors, dressed as an eclectic mix of characters, sit on a small stage. A soft bass line plays in the background. A man walks onto the stage and speaks to the group as if he were leading an acting class. The subject of the class? Suicide. With Drama Lab NYC, a New York-based theater group,...

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