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Alicia Zuckerman

September 27, 2004 | Intelligencer
Bullets Off B’way

In her new cabaret act, singer Rena Strober talks about life after the Rao’s shooting.

September 13, 2004 | Fall 2004 Preview
Salman Rushdie And Charles Wuorinen

Slated for a 2002 opening at the New York City Opera and bumped twice, Haroun and the Sea of Stories finally gets a world premiere this fall.

September 13, 2004 | Fall 2004 Preview
Music Of The Spheres

At BAM, Terry Riley brings astrophysics to the avant-garde.

September 13, 2004 | Fall 2004 Preview
The Shock Of The Old

Meredith Monk’s acolytes honor her 40 years of edgy experiment.

September 13, 2004 | Fall 2004 Preview
Oscar Wilde, With Strings Attached

The “dancers” in this adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s The Happy Prince are part human and part paper.

September 13, 2004 | Fall 2004 Preview
The Circle Of Life

The Lion King’s Julie Taymor returns to opera, reimagining The Magic Flute for the Met.

September 13, 2004 | Fall 2004 Preview
Stranger In Town

Matthew Broderick goes Off Broadway in a revival of Larry Shue’s The Foreigner.

July 26, 2004 | Intelligencer
Recaptured

Jesse Friedman makes his own movie.

June 30, 2003 | Summer Fun
Hear This

Surely you’ve had enough reality tv—it’s time for a cleansing dose of high culture. Nearly all the big Northeast music festivals take place in July and August, and any one of them is a splendid way to feed the soul in bucolic surroundings. As to feeding the body, lend an ear to our restaurant recommendations.

May 26, 2003 | Top Five
Top 5 Carousels

Everyone knows about Central Park and Coney Island, but there are plenty of other places to take the kids—or yourself—for a spin on a carousel.

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