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The Metropolitan Opera Won’t Reopen for Another Year
The nation’s largest performing arts organization, shut by the coronavirus pandemic, sends a chilling signal that American cultural life is still far from resuming.
The Met, whose budget of roughly $300 million in a normal season makes it the biggest performing arts organization in the nation, is taking a series of steps to try to ensure its survival and adapt t… [+2864 chars]
Michael Cooper
2020-09-23 16:21:42




Baryshnikov Arts Center to Commission New Online Works
The initiative aims to encourage dance makers, musicians and other artists to continue working. “We need art right now more than ever,” Mikhail Baryshnikov said.
Baryshnikov Arts Center announced on Thursday a new commissioning program that aims to encourage choreographers and other artists to continue creating while the performing arts remain largely shut do… [+1194 chars]
Peter Libbey
2020-09-17 16:15:13




The Empty Stages of N.Y.C.
Most concerts, plays and other live performances have yet to resume. The pandemic fallout has devastated creative workers and hurt the city.
[New Yorks arts shutdown: The economic crisis in one lost weekend.] Heres what they found. Before the pandemic, there were 280,000 jobs in the citys fine and performing arts industry. But between A… [+1411 chars]
Juliana Kim
2020-09-25 09:22:00




For the Met Opera, the Pandemic Could Be a Necessary Reset
The company seems to be using a long break as a reboot, with more vital, representative programming coming soon.
I dont mean to overstate the boldness of the Mets 2021-22 plans. For a company that presents roughly two dozen works each season, that three of them would be new or recent seems hardly radical. And c… [+1958 chars]
Anthony Tommasini
2020-09-29 14:00:07




The School That Camille A. Brown Built
The dancer and choreographer was on a career high when the pandemic hit. Now she has created a virtual school powered by the kind of social dance at the heart of her work.
Growing up in Jamaica, Queens, Ms. Brown said, her love for social dance was nurtured by her parents, Lorraine, a social worker, and Stanley, a parole officer. I got to see my parents responding to … [+1717 chars]
Salamishah Tillet
2020-09-02 14:00:12




In a Year Like No Other, a ‘Historic Crisis’ of Need
When Times readers heard the call of The Neediest Cases Fund’s annual campaign, they gave. And when a pandemic took hold, they gave again.
Araya Manning turned to dance and theater as an escape while she navigated foster care and depression during her first years of college. Now, pulling from her own experience, she helps teenagers expr… [+1079 chars]
Sara Aridi and Elisha Brown
2020-09-10 09:00:21




How do you teach performing arts when there are no performances? This school is learning
Arizona School for the Arts reinvented itself for the virtual classroom after COVID-19 took the live performing out of performing arts education.
As schools debate about returning to online learning, the lack of internet access for many Americans is a big sticking point. USA TODAY PHOENIX For Monica Sauer Anthony, adapting to the challenge o… [+9692 chars]
Arizona Republic, Ed Masley, Arizona Republic
2020-09-22 09:14:16




Debate Calendar: Biden vs Trump and Harris vs Pence
Here’s the who, what, when and where for the three matchups between President Trump and Joe Biden and the single vice-presidential debate.
Location: Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami. This debate was originally scheduled to take place at the University of Michigan, which said it wouldnt host the debate because of co… [+1171 chars]
Isabella Grullón Paz
2020-09-29 16:22:35




Opera Star Anna Netrebko Is Hospitalized With Covid-19
“Everything will be fine!” she said on Instagram, but the news is the latest sign of the challenges singers face returning to work.
Ms. Netrebko used the Instagram post largely to defend her decision to go to back to work. I had two choices, she wrote: to stay at home and be afraid of getting infected or start working, traveling … [+1564 chars]
Alex Marshall
2020-09-17 12:04:36




How to Teach Drama Remotely
Bradley Friedman on the challenges facing performing-arts teachers
Editor’s Note: In the next five years, most of America’s most experienced teachers will retire. The Baby Boomers are leaving behind a nation of more novice educators. In 1988, a teacher most commonly… [+11550 chars]
Sara Mosle
2020-09-09 09:30:00




How to Watch the First Presidential Debate Live
Tomorrow night, Donald Trump and Joe Biden will face off in Cleveland during the first presidential debate of the 2020 election season. Whether you’re watching purely for the spectacle or are somehow still unsure who will get your vote, the debate will likely…
Tomorrow night, Donald Trump and Joe Biden will face off in Cleveland during the first presidential debate of the 2020 election season. Whether youre watching purely for the spectacle or are somehow … [+2724 chars]
Elizabeth Yuko
2020-09-28 15:31:00




Henry van Ameringen, Friend of L.G.B.T.Q. Causes, Dies at 89
Heir to a family fortune in the fragrances industry, he was among the first openly gay major donors to fund L.G.B.T.Q. and AIDS-related organizations.
Henry Pfaltz van Ameringen was born on Oct. 19, 1930, in South Orange, N.J. His father, Arnold Louis van Ameringen, was a founder of International Flavors and Fragrances, a multibillion-dollar intern… [+1982 chars]
Neil Genzlinger
2020-09-24 20:30:51




Teaching Theater Through Four Decades of Social Change
A performing-arts magnet in Dallas was founded as a tool of desegregation. Karon Cogdill has witnessed 40-plus years of its uneasy evolution.
Karon Cogdill has taught theater at Booker T. Washington High School for more than 40 years. (Christian K. Lee) Editor’s Note: In the next five years, most of America’s most experienced teachers wil… [+12953 chars]
Sara Mosle
2020-09-09 09:30:00




Amazon brings Twitch’s livestreams to its Amazon Music app
Amazon is leveraging its investment in live-streaming site Twitch to expand its Amazon Music service. The company announced this morning Twitch’s livestreams will now be available in the Amazon Music app on iOS and Android, with the goal of allowing fans and …
Amazon is leveraging its investment in live-streaming site Twitch to expand its Amazon Music service. The company announced this morning Twitch’s livestreams will now be available in the Amazon Music… [+3685 chars]
Sarah Perez
2020-09-01 13:59:14




Unequal education: Pandemic widens race, class gaps in U.S. schools - Reuters UK
Natalie Cruz, 12, missed math and language arts instruction one recent morning because the school's virtual interface would not load. Carlos, her 8-year-old brother, sat beside her at the kitchen table, studying with last year's workbooks because the district…
YORK, Pa. (Reuters) - Natalie Cruz, 12, missed math and language arts instruction one recent morning because the schools virtual interface would not load. Carlos, her 8-year-old brother, sat beside h… [+9359 chars]
Nathan Layne
2020-09-29 11:05:00




INSIGHT-Unequal education: Pandemic widens race, class gaps in U.S. schools - Reuters
Natalie Cruz, 12, missed math and language arts instruction one recent morning because the school's virtual interface would not load. Carlos, her 8-year-old brother, sat beside her at the kitchen table, studying with last year's workbooks because the district…
YORK, Pa., Sept 29 (Reuters) - Natalie Cruz, 12, missed math and language arts instruction one recent morning because the schools virtual interface would not load. Carlos, her 8-year-old brother, sat… [+9268 chars]
Nathan Layne
2020-09-29 11:00:00




Pingshan Performing Arts Center / OPEN Architecture
Completed in 2019 in Shenzhen, China. Images by Jonathan Leijonhufvud, Tianpei Zeng. In tandem with China’s economic boom and rapid urbanization, theaters have sprung up throughout the country in the past decade. Most have extravagant...
© Tianpei Zeng + 40
  • Principals In Charge:Hu Li, Wenjing Huang
  • Project Architect:Qing Ye, Tingting Zhou
  • Design Team:Andrea Antonucci, Sabrina Wu, Cynthia Yurou Cui, Angel… [+4732 chars]
    Collin Chen
    2020-09-21 22:30:00




The 2020 U.S. presidential election calendar: Day by day - Reuters
U.S. voters on Nov. 3 will decide whether to give Republican President Donald Trump a second four-year term or replace him with Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. Here are the important dates in the 2020 presidential contest:
(Reuters) - U.S. voters on Nov. 3 will decide whether to give Republican President Donald Trump a second four-year term or replace him with Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. Here are the imp… [+1609 chars]
Joseph Ax
2020-09-07 14:27:00




New Linda Ronstadt Documentary Arriving Next Month
Linda and the Mockingbirds follows the singer and a performing arts group on a 2019 trip to Mexico
Following last years The Sound of My Voice, Linda Ronstadt is the subject of another documentary due next month. Its called Linda and the Mockingbirds, and it follows the singer with the Bay Area per… [+863 chars]
Allison Hussey
2020-09-24 21:44:58




Side hustle essential: how Covid brought dancers to their knees
Most people in dance work freelance on punishingly low pay – and now lockdown has made things even worse. No wonder they’re taking jobs elsewhereWhen lockdown hit in March, it didn’t stop dancers dancing. The flood of online classes, short films and Instagram…
When lockdown hit in March, it didnt stop dancers dancing. The flood of online classes, short films and Instagram clips are testimony to that. But it did stop many of them earning. Outside the big ba… [+7582 chars]
Lyndsey Winship
2020-09-07 14:38:46
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