Monthly Archives: August 2018

Ruchie Freier, “Queen 93,” A True Woman of Valor

The new documentary, to be released this weekend, “Queen 93” is a trailblazing look at an otherwise closed community, namely the Hasidic community of Boro Park, Brooklyn. The filmmaker, director, producer and crew remained respectful throughout the filming of the … Continue reading

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Hershey Felder’s Majestic Portrayal of Beethoven @ The Wallis

Although completely stone deaf at the young age of 31, Ludwig Van Beethoven miraculously went on to compose some of his greatest symphonies, merely by keeping the oral word and melodies in his head. Hershey Felder, yet again, does a … Continue reading

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Spread the Word “Rumors Have It”

Neil Simon is the quintessential New York comedic playwright, and his first ever farce, “Rumors” now graces the stage at the Lonny Chapman Theatre in the Noho Arts District. Neil Simon had the innate ability to combine pathos and humor, … Continue reading

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