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Two recent end-of-2011 dance events at the Park Avenue Armory underscored the venue’s potential for artistic discourse on a grand scale—Elizabeth Streb’s Kiss the Air! and Merce Cunningham Dance Company’s final Events leading up to New Year’s Eve.

Yes, the ubiquitous year-end list is here. Some top highlights and transitions, many covered in this blog, and by no means comprehensive.

Kiss the Air in the Park Avenue Armory's immense drill hall with STREB in this week's NYC-ARTS.org top 5 event picks.

The 2011 Lincoln Center Festival opened last week with a splash, and SundayArts' Susan Yung took in some of the hotly-anticipated performances.

In this edition of SundayArts: This summer the Royal Shakespeare Company makes its home at the Park Avenue Armory, bringing all of its sets, costumes and lighting from Stratford-upon-Avon; Alexander McQueen's visionary garments are on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art; the latest SundayArts News; and more.

This summer the Royal Shakespeare Company makes its home at the Park Avenue Armory, bringing all of its sets, costumes and lighting from Stratford-upon-Avon. A full scale replica of the theater completes the armory’s transformation during the Royal Shakespeare Company’s six week residency.

This week in SundayArts News: the Lincoln Center Festival, The Royal Shakespeare Company, Marilyn Monroe, and more.

You can’t fault the musical ensemble eighth blackbird, curators of the Park Avenue Armory’s recent Tune-In Festival, for lacking ambition. The program PowerLESS (one of four) had a listed runtime of three hours, but the evening lasted closer to four hours.

Christina Ha reports on what's happening in museums, galleries, and performance spaces around town, including winter Antiquing opportunities, Tango at the Joyce, and musical innovation at Merkin Concert Hall.

The Park Avenue Armory has become an increasingly alluring venue for performances in the past few years, as the location for events such as Lincoln Center Festival’s Die Soldaten, Ariane Mnouchkine’s Les Ephémères, and now Brennan Gerard/Ryan Kelly’s Armory Show, co-presented by Moving Theater and the Park Avenue Armory. Performed last weekend, the company of [...]

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