StumbleUpon all of our subway secrets. http://tmout.us/qYL0y
On Twitter: “My daily reading of The New York Times—about which I’m obsessed—can be so utterly discouraging about the state of the world. So to [post] a photograph of me struggling with something as simple as Christmas lights, or standing perplexed outside a French supermarket called Picard, or eating my first slice of pizza—I look on these as being a sort of antidote to some of the ghastly things in the world.”
On Brooklyn: “Already, I would say I’ve met half the people on my block here. I walk to the subway, I go to the market, and I’m in the street, I’m in the community. It feels great”
On X-Men: Days of Future Past: ”Have you had a look at the trailer? Whooo—it’s going to be awesome. I can’t wait to see it!”
For the story behind his lobster costume, current Broadway run, and adventures with Ian McKellen, read our whole interview with Patrick Stewart: http://tmout.us/qMF9W
This weekend in #NYC, you can catch the @blogologues comedy show about fame (#twerkingtothetop), the Vine Film Festival (#tinylittlevideos), or #TheFun Conference On Nightlife at @madmuseum.
The camels, sheep, and donkey featured in the Radio City #ChristmasSpectacular reported for their first rehearsal of the 2013 season today. #animals #rockettes #cute @radiocitymusichall (at Radio City Music Hall)
15 leading ladies have taken flight as Elphaba in Wicked on Broadway. As the show celebrates a decade on Broadway, the witches dish, telling us which Fiyero was the hottest, when technical glitches kept them down, and how on earth they hit those high notes.
Kerry Ellis: ”It was magical, challenging—heartbreaking at times—but one of the best journeys of my life”
Stephanie J. Block: ”Playing Elphaba is like being in labor! When you’re going through it, you think, This is terrible! My body hurts! And out comes the gift, and you go, I would do that again in a heartbeat.”
Eden Espinosa: “It’s honestly just a fulfilling role to play and I never got tired of it.”
Meet all 15 emerald divas: http://tmout.us/q6ZZw
Oh, hey #NewYorkCity! View from the top of the Jefferson Market Library clock tower. #ohny tour. #westvillage (at New York Public Library - Jefferson Market)
A major revamp for Astor Place means a new location for its iconic spinning cube. http://tmout.us/pffiI
#Brooklyn Heights was home to Gypsy Rose Lee and her famed bohemian group home, February House, in the 1940s. The neighborhood’s theatrical past inspired the lobby at this new spot. #funfact (at Hotel Indigo Brooklyn)
it could be on display at this Bushwick gallery exhibit. http://tmout.us/o8gVD