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Around Town

Brush strokes and body shots

On canvas, she knows when it’s right Comment
Theater

When Two Are The One

Ian Novick plays gay at times playing straight in debut lead role Comment
Around Town

What’s up on the High Line

Bring a sweater or a light jacket — but leave the cash behind. This October, you’ll find four ambitious, provocative (and free) events on, and around, the High Line. Comment
Theater

Oh, the Horror!

Frightening prospects for Downtown Halloween happenings Comment
Theater

Belgian Love(less) Letter

The first dance event of BAM’s 2011 Next Wave Festival, “To the Ones I Love” by Belgian-based Compagnie Thor (performed September 29 through October 1) blends modern and contemporary ballet movement done by nine men in a pristine, white space. Company director Thierry Smits choreographed it and, with Thomas Beni, also designed the set. Comment
Music

Belgian Love(less) Letter

Compagnie Thor adopts the rainbow Comment
Film

Flat Tuesday

There is nary a mention of Tennessee Williams himself in Tim Wolff’s disappointing documentary “The Sons of Tennessee Williams,” which chronicles five decades of gay Mardi Gras balls in New Orleans. Comment
Books

Musto's Mighty Gall

Michael Musto reports he has a big dick, a claim unsubstantiated by Gay City News as of press time. After reading his new book, however, which dropped earlier this month, I can testify that the man does have big balls. Comment
Books

Lost Generation, Lost Evenings

“The Select” and “The Wood” hack up, respectively, literature and the fourth estate Comment
Theater

Resurrections

Lully and Mahler launch the season Comment
Film

Welcome Freshness in World Cinema

This year’s New York Film Festival lineup doubles as a snapshot of the current state of world cinema. Comment
Art

Clarity Amidst Liberated Perspectives

Kathleen Kucka’s abstract discourse engages viewers in forging meanings Comment
Theater

Lost Generation, Lost Evenings

Watching “The Select,” the Elevator Repair Company’s staging of the text of Hemmingway’s “The Sun Also Rises,” I was thinking not so much of Papa Hemmingway as of another American man of letters, Stephen Sondheim. Comment
Books

Newsboys of The World Unite (The Journal, Too)

Harvey Fierstein Adapts 1992 “Newsies” into Disney musical at Paper Mill Comment
Theater

Lyrical Linguists

Performing on October 5 at Don’t Tell Mama are fresh UK imports Frank Loman and Ellen Verenieks with their show, “Lyrical Linguists from London” (343 W. 46th St.;donttellmamanyc.com/). Comment
Theater

Resurrections

Every autumn, New York’s classical vocal scene gets underway even before the Met opens its glamorous doors. With the now-roaming City Opera on hiatus, the first waves were caused by the Brooklyn Academy of Music, celebrating its 150th anniversary this year. Comment
Film

Newsboys of The World Unite (The Journal, Too)

Harvey Fierstein Adapts 1992 “Newsies” into Disney musical at Paper Mill Comment
Theater

Lyrical Linguists

Performing on October 5 at Don’t Tell Mama are fresh UK imports Frank Loman and Ellen Verenieks with their show, “Lyrical Linguists from London” (343 W. 46th St.;donttellmamanyc.com/). Comment
Theater

Flat Tuesday

Tim Wolff’s gay Mardi Gras ball doc fails to fire Comment

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