Driving Downtown Streets - 42nd Street - New York City NY USA - Episode 18. Starting Point: 42nd Street & 11th Avenue - https://goo.gl/maps/sbrXqvDeaNq . 42nd Street is a major crosstown street in the New York City borough of Manhattan, known for its theaters, especially near the intersection with Broadway at Times Square. It is also the name of the region of the theater district (and, at times, the red-light district) near that intersection. The street has held a special place in New Yorkers' imaginations since at least the turn of the 20th century, and is the site of some of New York's best known buildings, including (east to west) the United Nations, Chrysler Building, Grand Central Terminal, Times Square and the Port Authority Bus Terminal. 20th century From the late 1950s until the late 1980s, 42nd Street, nicknamed "The Deuce", was the cultural center of American grindhouse theaters, which spawned an entire subculture. The book Sleazoid Express, a travelogue of the 42nd Street grindhouses and the films they showed, describes in detail the unique blend of people who made up the theater-goers, For much of the mid and late 20th century, the area of 42nd Street near Times Square was home to activities often considered unsavory, including peep shows. A comedian once said, "They call it 42nd Street because you're not safe if you spend more than forty seconds on it." Revitalization In the early 1990s, city government encouraged a clean-up of the Times Square area. In 1990, the city government took over six of the historic theatres on the block of 42nd Street between Seventh and Eighth Avenues, and New 42nd Street, a not-for-profit organization, was formed to oversee their renovation and reuse, as well as to construct new theatres and a rehearsal space. In 1993, the Walt Disney Corporation bought the New Amsterdam Theatre, which it renovated a few years later. It is now the flagship for Disney's theatrical productions in New York. Since the mid-1990s, the block has again become home to legitimate theatres and several multi-screen mainstream movie theatres, along with shops, restaurants, hotels, and attractions such as Madame Tussauds wax museum and Ripley's Believe It Or Not that draw millions to the city every year. This area is now co-signed as "New 42nd Street" to signify this change. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/42nd_Street_(Manhattan) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_York_City
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Find out how Katy Rubin, Founder of Theatre of the Oppressed NYC, was able to marry her artistic side with her entrepreneurial side by enrolling in and graduating from the NYCEDC, NYFA Artist as Entrepreneur Boot Camp. It's a fascinating story of how, with training and mentoring, art and business can live hand-in-hand, and make it in New York City.
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Also see "New York Theatre Walks: Seven Historical Tours from Times Square to Greenwich Village and Beyond." Click on http://amzn.to/1MC9Vo6. And "The Village: 400 Years of Beats and Bohemians, Radicals and Rogues, a History of Greenwich Village," http://amzn.to/1hPCyCL. Check out our "Know Before You Go To New York: Travel Tips From A Licensed New York City Tour Guide:" http://knowbeforeyougonewyork.com/ The Cherry Lane Theatre is New York City's oldest, continuously running off-Broadway theater. It's been operating since 1924. The Cherry Lane features a 179-seat main stage and a 60-seat studio. The building dates all the way back to 1817, and during its history, it's also functioned as a tobacco warehouse and box factory. Famed poet and playwright Edna St. Vincent Millay converted the structure into a theater. Cherry Lane's early productions centered on experimental plays but and later attracted notables like F. Scott Fitzgerald, Eugene O'Neill, Gertrude Stein, T. S. Eliot and Tennessee Williams, Clifford Odets, Sam Shepherd, and Edward Albee.
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Here’s your sneak peek of New York City Players’ ISOLDE, playing now through September 27 at Theatre for a New Audience's Polonsky Shakespeare Center. ISOLDE’s writer and director, Richard Maxwell sits down with TFANA’s Founding Artistic Director, Jeffrey Horowitz, to talk about Richard’s unique style, realism, and the air of possibilities. Theatre for a New Audience presents New York City Players’ ISOLDE Written and Directed by Richard Maxwell Now – September 27, 2015 Polonsky Shakespeare Center 262 Ashland Place, Brooklyn Tickets are on sale now: http://bit.ly/1K5pEMY
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The New York Film Academy's musical theatre school offers aspiring musical theatre actors a one-of-a-kind opportunity to develop their skills as triple threat performers by studying with Broadway level faculty. For more information, please visit: https://www.nyfa.edu/musical-theatre/
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Old film of Broadway at night in New York City, May 1931. This is raw footage from the early sound Movietone cameras. Worked on the footage and sound a small bit. Amazing!
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According to its website, "Broadway Theatre. 1681 Broadway, New York, NY 10019 The Broadway Theatre is one of only five playhouses that front on the street named Broadway. It opened in 1924 as B. S. Moss’s Colony, a premiere film house. The most notable film that played there in the early years was Walt Disney’s Steamboat Willie which opened in 1928, and introduced American audiences to an adorable rodent named Mickey Mouse." Physical address is Broadway Theatre. 1681 Broadway, New York, NY. 10019. Capacity: 1,761.
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Check out "Know Before You Go To New York: Travel Tips From A Licensed New York City Tour Guide:" http://knowbeforeyougonewyork.com/ The Blue Guide New York provides lots more about fun places to visit in New York City. Click on http://amzn.to/1OpOjvO. The Delacorte Theater in New York City's Central Park was established in 1962. It's best known for The Public Theater's Free Shakespeare in the Park, one of New York City's most beloved summer traditions. Two plays are produced each summer, at least one of which is traditionally a play by Shakespeare. Tickets to shows at the Theater are free, but if you wish to go, be ready to wait in line on the day of the performance to obtain them. The Delacorte Theater is located just off of 80th Street on the southwest corner of the Great Lawn. The Theater also sits next to the Turtle Pond and is just a stone's throw away from Belvedere Castle.
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A short documentary about the Winter Garden Theatre located in New York City. Shot, Directed, and Edited by Daniel Skoldberg Produced By: Tahvia Francis The documentary features narration by Jon-Erik Goldberg and Traci Victoria. Both narrators are broadway actors who have preformed in the Winter Garden Theater.
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Visit http://www.OutsideTheMagic.com for more about Sleep No More! Sleep No More is an inventive retelling of Macbeth through a surrounding, immersive experience with no dialogue. Performing now through May 2014 in New York.
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1915 Edison Manufacturing Co. The Claremont Theatre 3320-3338 Broadway (a.k.a. 536-540 West 135th Street) in Manhattanville. The village of Manhattnville was established in 1806 in a valley at the crossroads of Bloomingdale Road and Manhattan Street (Broadway and 125th Street). The community was the site of churches, a grade school, and Manhattan College (1853). A ferry terminus on the Hudson River, a mill, and a brewery contributed to a thriving enclave that had about five hundred residents at mid century. - (excerpt) Karen E. Markoe / Encyclopedia of New York City - Edited by Kenneth T. Jackson ''The Claremont Theater is one of the oldest structures in New York City planned specifically to exhibit motion pictures, originally called ''photoplays.'' Located in north Manhattanville, at the southeast corner of Broadway and 135th Street, the theater opened in November 1914. Commissioned by Arlington C. Hall and Harvey M. Hall of the Wayside Realty Company, it was designed in the neo-Renaissance style by Gaetano Ajello, an architect best known for apartment buildings on Manhattan's Upper West Side. The building has three distinct fronts, including a clipped corner façade where the auditorium's entrance was originally located. This distinctive arrangement enhanced the theater's visibility and increased the amount of retail space. The corner, consequently, received the most elaborate decorative treatment and is embellished with an elegant low relief depicting an early motion picture camera set on a tripod. In 1915 Thomas Edison produced a short film (seen here) in which the theater's entrance is prominently featured. Filmed from across Broadway, it depicts groups of men, women, and children exiting the building. The second floor accommodated a large restaurant and ballroom, known under such names as the Broadway-Claremont or Clarendon Restaurant, and later, the Royal Palms Ballroom and Roof Garden. Until the early years of the Depression, area residents gathered here to eat, drink, and dance. Beginning in the late 1920s, the storefronts were leased to automobile-related businesses and by 1933 the theater closed and the interior was converted to an automobile showroom. Despite such changes, the exterior is well-preserved and remains a symbol of the growing popularity of the motion picture in the early twentieth century.'' - Designation List 375, Landmarks Preservation Commission / June 6, 2006 Edison's Brass Orchestra plays Black & White Rag 1913: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5iJYBAkSlZ8 'Take Your Girlie to the Movies if You Can't Make Love at Home' - Irving Kaufman 1919: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D0J1d1QUhNU&feature=related New York City in 1915: On January 11, Colonel Jacob Ruppert and Colonel Tillinghast L'Hommedieu Huston purchased the Yankees for $460,000. The team wore their legendary pinstripes for the first time on April 22 / The elevated line to Metropolitan Avenue in Ridgewood opened on February 22 / The Brooklyn Botanic Garden's Japanese Garden opened, designed by Takeo Shiota / On June 22 the first subway ran through the Queensboro tunnel (originally the Steinway, then the Belmont Tunnel) between Grand Central and Queens. Service reached Queensboro Plaza on November 5, 1916 / The city's official flag and seal, designed by Paul Manship, were unveiled before Mayor Mitchel and Governor Whitman on June 24 / The Coast Guard took over the Arverne Lifesaving Station in the Rockaways (established in the 1840s). The station closed in 1929; a firehouse rose on the site. Film from the Library of Congress / https://www.facebook.com/NYCISEE 01/01/12 - 4,883
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Treasures of New York: St. George Theatre takes viewers behind the curtain of a vibrant theatre and beloved community institution on Staten Island. Starting in the golden age of vaudeville, the film follows the St. George Theatre’s story of survival and transformation through decades of disrepair – until a local dance teacher and her daughters step in to rescue the theatre and turn it into the thriving live performance venue it is today. The full 30-minute episode can be streamed here: http://www.thirteen.org/programs/treasures-of-new-york/st-george-theatre-b8ypfe/ www.stgeorgetheatre.com
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This 1901 short documentary film uses time-lapse photography to show the dismantling and demolition of New York City's Star Theatre over a period of about a month. The theater opened in 1861 as "Wallack's Theatre," and was re-christened the "Star" in 1883. It was well known for it's excellent productions, and a number of celebrated actors and actresses worked there, among them Ellen Terry. The celebrated English actor Henry Irving made his first stage appearance in America at the Star. On Saturday, April 20, 1901, with Thomas E. Shea starring in The Man-o'-War's Man, the Star Theatre closed forever. The theatre was replaced by an eight-story commercial structure. Today the entire block is occupied by a 1999 mixed-use building, with an entrance to a multiplex cinema on the Wallack's site. All footage on http://footage.framepool.com Blog: http://blog.framepool.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/framepool Facebook: http://facebook.com/framepool
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Bruce Springsteen and Patti Scialfa arrives at Walter Kerr Theatre, New York City, 12/12/2017, before the Springsteen on Broadway show. Some fans (Tramps) got an autograph of Bruce.
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James Corden heads to the corner of 53rd Street and Broadway in New York City to perform a medley of musical theater with the stars of "The Greatest Showman" - Hugh Jackman, Zendaya and Zac Efron - including tunes from "Guys and Dolls," "On the Town" and "Fame." More Late Late Show: Subscribe: http://bit.ly/CordenYouTube Watch Full Episodes: http://bit.ly/1ENyPw4 Facebook: http://on.fb.me/19PIHLC Twitter: http://bit.ly/1Iv0q6k Instagram: http://bit.ly/latelategram Watch The Late Late Show with James Corden weeknights at 12:35 AM ET/11:35 PM CT. Only on CBS. Get new episodes of shows you love across devices the next day, stream live TV, and watch full seasons of CBS fan favorites anytime, anywhere with CBS All Access. Try it free! http://bit.ly/1OQA29B --- Each week night, THE LATE LATE SHOW with JAMES CORDEN throws the ultimate late night after party with a mix of celebrity guests, edgy musical acts, games and sketches. Corden differentiates his show by offering viewers a peek behind-the-scenes into the green room, bringing all of his guests out at once and lending his musical and acting talents to various sketches. Additionally, bandleader Reggie Watts and the house band provide original, improvised music throughout the show. Since Corden took the reigns as host in March 2015, he has quickly become known for generating buzzworthy viral videos, such as Carpool Karaoke."
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She Loves You (United Cerebral Palsy Benefit)
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The Apollo Theater in New York City is one of the oldest and most famous music halls in the United States, and the most celebrated theater's associated almost exclusively with African-American performers. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and was the home of Showtime at the Apollo, a nationally syndicated television variety show consisting of new talent. A cultural icon, the Apollo has had significant impact on the development of American culture and its popularity around the world. http://www.healthbeautylife.com
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I lost my mind so there will be moments the video is whack and I apologize
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The first in our three-part series looks at the theater itself and we chat with Wally who has manned the stage door since 1984! Presenting The Phantom of the Opera, the smash hit musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber! Experience the power of the phantom with your nearest performance: http://www.thephantomoftheopera.com/tickets/box-office Discover more about the Phantom of the Opera: http://www.thephantomoftheopera.com/ Follow the Phantom everywhere: Twitter: https://twitter.com/PhantomOpera Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThePhantomOfTheOpera/ Far beneath the majesty and splendour of the Paris Opera House, hides the Phantom in a shadowy existence. Shamed by his physical appearance and feared by all, the love he holds for his beautiful protégée Christine Daaé is so strong that even her heart cannot resist. The musical opened at Her Majesty’s Theatre on 9 October 1986 with Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman in the leading roles, and there have been dozens of productions worldwide since then. Now in its 30th record-breaking year, The Phantom of the Opera continues to captivate audiences at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London’s West End, after more than 11,000 performances. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s mesmerizing score along with jaw-dropping scenery and breathtaking special effects, magically combine to bring this tragic love story to life each night.
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Learn musical theatre from Broadway professionals in the heart of New York City at New York Film Academy's Musical Theatre School. To learn more about NYFA's Musical Theatre School, click here: https://www.nyfa.edu/musical-theatre/
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A sampling of Elevator Repair Service's final installment in their trilogy of adaptations of great American literature. A stage littered with liquor bottles and cafe chairs seamlessly transforms itself from the bistros of Paris to the banks of the Irati River; a long bar table roars to life and charges a champion matador; an out-of-control dance party takes off during a night of nonstop revelry. Playing now - October 9, 2011 at New York Theatre Workshop. www.nytw.org
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Dean and Frank in Concert (May 28, 1977). VERY RARE! Full performance of Dean Martin at the Westchester Music Theatre In New York. He sings "When You're Drinking", "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown", "Welcome To My World" and "That's Amore".
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"New York" from The Milk Carton Kids 'Live From Lincoln Theatre' DVD, available now! Download on iTunes: http://bit.ly/1n3csfJ Order at Amazon: http://amzn.to/1i6qDgU Order at the Anti Store: http://www.anti.com/store Official Site: http://www.themilkcartonkids.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheMilkCartonKids Twitter: https://twitter.com/MilkCartonKids Instagram: http://instagram.com/themilkcartonkids
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From the world premiere production of "Rent," at Off-Broadway's New York Theatre Workshop, Winter 1996
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Please subscribe to this channel. Help me for 1000 subsribers Copyright on it's owner Subscribe for more Check this out : [HQ] Dream Theater - The Answer Lies Within Live Score - New York City https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5U5g-hFN3cw
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The Movement Continues April 4-7 at New York City Center Buy Tickets Today! http://bit.ly/2h6TAgy Video by Schloss Creative Original Song "Keep Moving" by Tim Rosser & Charlie Sohne performed by Billy Porter Directed by Daniel Schloss Written by Charlie Sohne Choreography by Da' Von Doane Starring Dance Theatre of Harlem Company and School
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Primeras 2 canciones de este gran concierto en vivo desde New York!! Comenten y Suscribance!! =D
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Evgeny Plushenko: 2017 Ice Theatre of New York (евгений Плющенко)
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Point Source Audio headset and lavalier microphones were selected by sound designer Robert Kaplowitz for the heated performances in the folk opera "Hadestown" by celebrated singer-songwriter Anaïs Mitchell. "Hadestown" follows Orpheus' mythical quest to overcome Hades and regain the favor of his one true love, Eurydice. Damon Daunno and Nabiyah Be sing “Wedding Song” wearing PSA headset microphones.
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DREAMTHEATER - THE SPIRIT CARRIES ON METROPOLIS 2000 : SCENES FROM NEW YORK REMASTERED EDITION ( Info and lyrics below ) NEW YORK CITY ON AUGUST 30 , 2000 at the Roseland Ballroom This song : In a hypnotic trance induced by his hypnotherapist, he begins to see a girl named Victoria and a life that feels strangely familiar, despite the fact that he has never been here. He learns that she was murdered, and that he was Victoria in a past life. He begins to believe that Victoria is haunting him to reveal the truth about her murder. Nicholas is able to recall that Victoria began distancing herself from her lover Julian because of his drinking and gambling addictions; she sought comfort in Julian's brother Edward and began an affair with him. Nicholas assumes that Julian murdered the two of them out of jealousy, a story backed up by a newspaper article covering the events, which cites a witness' testimony. However, Nicholas begins to doubt this series of events, and converses with an older man who was more familiar with the case. He realizes that he will never be able to get on with his own life until he solves her murder. Theater : Victoria 'Vicky' Page is a young, unknown dancer from an aristocratic background. At an after-ballet party, arranged by her aunt as a surreptitious audition, she meets Boris Lermontov , the ruthless but charismatic impresario of the Ballet Lermontov. Lermontov takes her on as a student, where she is taught by, among others, Grisha Ljubov , the company's chief choreographer. After seeing her dance in a matinee performance of Swan Lake,Lermontov realises her potential and invites Vicky to go with the company to Paris and Monte Carlo. When he loses his prima ballerina to marriage, Lermontov begins to see Vicky as a possible successor. He decides to create a starring role for her in a new ballet, The Red Shoes, the music for which is to be written by Julian Craster a brilliant young composer engaged as orchestral coach the same day that Vicky was brought into the company. As the premiere of the ballet approaches, Vicky and Julian lock horns artistically, and then fall in love. The ballet is a great success, and Lermontov talks with Vicky about her future. Lermontov revitalizes the company's repertoire with Vicky in the lead roles, with Julian composing some of the most successful scores. While being escorted to the stage by her dresser, and wearing the red shoes, Vicky is suddenly seized by an irresistible impulse and runs out of the theatre. Julian, on the platform of the train station, sees her and runs helplessly towards her. Vicky jumps from a balcony and falls in front of an approaching train. Where did we come from? Why are we here? Where do we go when we die? What lies beyond And what lay before? Is anything certain in life? They say, "Life is too short", "The here and the now" And "You're only given one shot" But could there be more, Have I lived before, Or could this be all that we've got? If I die tomorrow I'd be all right Because I believe That after we're gone The spirit carries on I used to be frightened of dying I used to think death was the end But that was before I'm not scared anymore I know that my soul will transcend I may never find all the answers I may never understand why I may never prove What I know to be true But I know that I still have to try If I die tomorrow I'd be all right Because I believe That after we're gone The spirit carries on Move on, be brave Don't weep at my grave Because I am no longer here But please never let Your memory of me disappear Safe in the light that surrounds me Free of the fear and the pain My questioning mind Has helped me to find The meaning in my life again Victoria's real I finally feel At peace with the girl in my dreams And now that I'm here It's perfectly clear I found out what all of this means If I die tomorrow I'd be all right Because I believe That after we're gone The spirit carries on JAMES LABRIE : VOCALS JOHN MYUNG : BASS JOHN PETRUCCI : GUITARS MIKE PORTNOY: DRUMS JORDAN RUDESS : KEYBOARDS
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New York Deaf Theatre supports, develops, and presents Deaf artists. With your support (yes you!), NYDT hopes to keep this inclusive spirit alive, and to continue the work of our founders from 1979. Music via freemusicarchive.org. "Unexpected Hoedown In Bagging Area" by Doctor Turtle. No copyright infringement intended.
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Carmine's LX NY Best Theater District Restaurants 5/3/11
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Rolling Stones "Brown Sugar" Live at the Beacon Theatre, New York, 2006
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The League of Professional Theatre Women discuss the disparities that women face in music and the arts.
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The Disco Biscuits 12/31/2017 Live at PlayStation Theater The Disco Biscuits are: Allen Aucoin Marc Brownstein Jon Gutwillig Aron Magner Management: Marc Brownstein, Jon Gutwillig, Aron Magner Booking Agent: Hank Sacks for Partisan Arts Day to Day Management: Drew Granchelli The Disco Biscuits Crew: Production Manager: Pat Hutchinson Lighting Director: Johnny R. Goode Tour Manager: Ryan Noel Guitar & Drum Tech: Damon Breeland Bass & Keyboard Tech: Jesse Soifer Monitor Engineer: Bryan Woldar Produced by Drew Granchelli, The Disco Biscuits, Chris Lonergan & Lonnie Davis Directed & Edited by: Chris Lonergan Stream Tech: Lonnie Davis Cameras: Chris Lonergan Lonnie Davis Alex Mazer
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Taken From "Special Bonus" from Metropolis 2000: Scenes from New York. MP3 DOWNLOAD: http://adf.ly/16046407/a-change-of-seasons-mp3 LYRICS: I. The Crimson Sunrise (Instrumental) II. Innocence I remember a time My frail, virgin mind watched the crimson sunrise Imagined what it might find Life was filled with wonder I felt the warm wind blow I must explore the boundaries Transcend the depth of winter's snow Innocence caressing me I never felt so young before There was so much life in me Still I longed to search for more But those days are gone now Changed like a leaf on a tree Blown away forever into the cool autumn breeze The snow has now fallen and my sun's not so bright I struggle to hold on with the last of my might In my den of inequity viciousness and subtlety struggle to ease the pain struggle to find the sane Ignorance surrounding me I've never been so filled with fear All my life's been drained from me The end is drawing near.... III. Carpe Diem 'Carpe diem, seize the day' I'll always remember The chill of November The news of the fall The sounds in the hall The clock on the wall ticking away 'Seize the Day' I heard him say Life will not always be this way Look around Hear the sounds Cherish your life while you're still around "Gather ye rosebuds while ye may, Old Time is still a-flying; And this same flower that smiles today, Tomorrow will be dying." We can learn from the past But those days are gone We can hope for the future But there may not be one The words stuck in my mind alive from what I've learned I have to seize the day To home I returned Preparing for her flight I held with all my might Fearing my deepest fright She walked into the night She turned for one last look She looked me in the eye I said, 'I Love You...Good-bye' "It's the most awful thing you'll ever hear." "If you're lying to me..." "Oh, you dearly love her." "...just have to leave... all our lives." "Seize the day!" "Something happened. "Gather ye rosebuds while ye may." "She was killed." IV. The Darkest of Winters (Instrumental) V. Another World So far or so it seems All is lost with nothing fulfilled Off the pages and a T.V. screen Another world where nothing's true Tripping through the life fantastic Lose a step and never get up Left alone with a cold blank stare I feel like giving up I was blinded by a paradise Utopia high in the sky A dream that only drowned me Deep in sorrow, wondering why Oh come let us adore him Abuse and then ignore him No matter what, don't let him be Let's feed upon his misery Then string him up for all the world to see I'm sick of all you hypocrites holding me at bay And I don't need your sympathy to get me through the day Seasons change and so can I Hold on boy, No time to cry Untie these strings, I'm climbing down I won't let them push me away Oh come let us adore him Abuse and then ignore him No matter what, don't let him be Let's feed upon his misery Now it's time for them to deal with me VI. The Inevitable Summer (Instrumental) VII. The Crimson Sunset I'm much wiser now A lifetime of memories run through my head They taught me how for better or worse, alive or dead I realize there's no turning back Life goes on the offbeaten track I sit down with my son Set to see the Crimson Sunset (Gather ye rosebuds while ye may) Many years have come and gone I've lived my life, but now must move on (Gather ye rosebuds while ye may) He is my only one Now that my time has come Now that my life is done We look into the sun 'Seize the day and don't you cry, Now it's time to say good-bye Even though I'll be gone, I will live on, live on.'
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TeatroSOLO ® LONEtheater a site-specific intervention by Matias Umpierrez Staff: Performed by: Lindsey Liberatore, Richard Hutzler, Lily Narbonne, Ben Mandell, Gustavo Ranieri, Debbie Saivetz, Calaine Schafer, and April Sweeney | Photography: Gustavo Mirabile, Diego Vallejo | Music: Rafael Sucheras | Translations: Brenda Werth, Patricia Masera, Ben Mandell, Charlotte Arbogast | Assistant direction: Ben Mandell | Production management: Charlotte Arbogast | Supported by: Colgate University, Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores y Culto de la República Argentina | Produced by: SELR and undergroundzero festival | Concept, text and direction by: Matías Umpierrez There will be 8 daily performances in each location: Friday July 11, Saturday July 12, Sunday July 13, Friday July 18, Saturday July 19, and Sunday July 20th. There will be additional late night performances at the Connelly Theater Wednesday on July 16, Thursday July 17, Friday July 18 and Saturday July 19h. Tickets: $20. Tickets can may purchased only through http://undergroundzeronyc.org/2014-festival/. After purchasing the ticket(s) the spectator will receive instructions on where and how to access each intervention. LONEtheater (teatroSOLO) explores ancient theater forms of storytelling and the ways the solitary journey opens limitless possibilities for the city itself with its multitude of passing strangers who become unwitting performers and collaborators in the piece. The solitary audience member will encounter actors who will take him/her into intimate scenes as the line between performer and audience member will blur and become interchangeable; where the spectators will play themselves, as in dreams. LONEtheater (teatroSOLO) is a piece that seeks to emancipate the spectator from his own role and has been developed in various cities around the world including: Graus Pyrenees, Spain (March 2013); Buenos Aires, Argentina (May 2013); and São Paulo, Brazil (September 2014). 2014 undergroundzero festival July 7-20 A Festival of Independent, Site-Specific, ZERO Budget Live Arts Paul Bargetto - Artistic Director and Executive Producer Heather Benton, Producer, April Sweeney Producer Connie Hall, Producer Robert Avila, Associate Curator In a co-production with: Clemente Soto Vélez Educational and Cultural Center At: Clemente Soto Vélez Educational and Cultural Center Flamboyan Theatre, Abrazo Interno Gallery & Back Lot Tent - 107 Suffolk St. & Site-Specific Locations throughout NYC About Matías Umpierrez Argentinean theater director, filmmaker and conceptual artist Matías Umpierrez brings LONEtheater (teatroSOLO) to New York City for its North American premiere. He will (re)create his site-specific, urban intervention that travels across NYC to five different locations for one single audience member at a time. The performance will take place simultaneously on the gigantic stage of the city of New York and in the most intimate of individual encounters. In each of Umpierrez's works boundaries are crossed within the individual mediums to create a dialectic between cinema, theater and urban interventions in a novel fashion. Both audience and critics alike have praised his projects for breaking established models and allowing spectators to enjoy new experiences.
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Mike Shinoda performed Live at the Gramercy Theatre on June 20th, 2018 in New York for the Post Traumatic Album Release Show. This was my FIRST ever concert involving the LP/FM/MS community. I had originally planned on seeing Linkin Park Live at Good Morning America last year in Central Park only to discover Chester's passing just three days earlier. It was an emotional night. an experience I'll never forget. Thank you, Mike and the LP family who made my night special as I did tear up to a few songs like Castle of Glass & Roads Untraveled. Mike Also performed/surprised us with a NEW verse for Sorry For Now! SetList: Welcome Place to Start Watching as I Fall Castle of Glass When They Come For Me Hands Held High/Kenji Roads Untraveled Ghosts Waiting For The End/Where'd You Go Sorry For Now (NEW unreleased second verse) Crossing a Line In The End About You/Over Again/Papercut Making It Up As I Go Good Goodbye / Bleed It Out Remember The Name/ IOU Running From My Shadows Like/Subscribe - It will help my channel go a long way!
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Following their critically acclaimed run of Shukshin’s Stories (2016) in New York, Russia’s Theatre of Nations returns to NY City Center with Anton Chekhov’s Ivanov, starring Evgeny Mironov, Chulpan Khamatova, Elizaveta Boyarskaya, and Victor Verzhbitsky. Tickets: https://bit.ly/2qlCAsV Premiered in Moscow on December 23, 2016, the production, Timofey Kulyabin, best known for his controversial take on Wagner’s Tannhäuser at Novosibirsk Opera and Ballet Theatre in 2014, was nominated for the prestigious Golden Mask National Theatre Award (equivalent of the TONY Awards) in multiple categories.
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