Drama alum Nick Gandiello Awarded PAGE73 Fellowship

Nick Gandiello first came to the attention of the theater world as a student at The New School, earning praise for his thesis play, “Off The Realness.” “It was a drama about two brothers on Long Island who are aspiring ... read more

#Lang30: A Dancer Who Moves On Her Own Terms

When Gillian Walsh was deciding where to study dance, she wanted to be in a place where she could “maintain relationships with the outside world” and practice her craft “on my own terms.” “I had a fear of being trapped ... read more

Learning from the Masters: A Jazz Tradition

Before there were jazz degree programs, music concentrations, required courses, and suggested electives, aspiring jazz musicians honed their craft by hitching a ride with touring bands and established professionals. They learned from the masters. When legendary saxophonist Arnie Lawrence co-founded ... read more

Crusading for the Arts

When Howard Sherman stepped into the fray over a contested high school production of Joe Turner’s Come and Gone by August Wilson, he had no idea that he would be taking the first step in a campaign to defend artists’ ... read more

Mannes Orchestra Sizzles at Spring Concert

Taking shelter from the frigid streets of New York City last week, Richard Kessler stripped off his jacket, his hat, his scarf, his gloves, his glove liners—you get the idea—and bounded onto the light-drenched stage of Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully ... read more