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Ernest Shackleton Loves Me: Off Broadway on Television

Christina Knight | November 19, 2018
Wade McCollum as Ernest Shackleton and Valerie Vigoda as Kat in “Ernest Shackleton Loves Me.” Credit: Jeff Carpenter

Theater Close-Up: Ernest Shackleton Loves Me premieres Monday, November 26 at 9 p.m. on THIRTEEN, bringing the Best New Musical Winner of the 2017 Off-Broadway Alliance Awards to television for the first time. This wildly inventive musical adventure tells the…

Aretha! Queen of Soul: A PBS Remembrance Special

August 17, 2018
Aretha Franklin (1942 - 2018)

Stream now. To mark the passing of Aretha Franklin at the age of 76, PBS and WNET will present a half-hour remembrance special, Aretha! Queen of Soul on Friday, August 17, 8:30-9 p.m. This program will include archival footage from…

Musicians Who Make You Remember When

Christina Knight | August 6, 2018
Freddie Mercury and Brian May on Queen's 1977 News of the World tour, in Queen Rock the World.

Stream the PBS Summer Concert series that includes the documentary Queen Rock the World (shot in 1977), Ms. Lauryn Hill performing songs from The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, a George Harrison tribute (Concert for George), Journey in 1981, and Paul Simon in Hyde Park.

SummerStage in the Parks: Highlights

Christina Knight | June 5, 2018
The Robert Glasper Experiment at SummerStage in 2017

The City Parks Foundation’s love for New Yorkers and visitors is proven year after year with New York City’s largest free outdoor performing arts festival. Here are our picks, by borough.

Life Lessons from Hit-Maker Nile Rodgers

Christina Knight | March 16, 2018
Nile Rodgers at the McKittrick Hotel taping of Front and Center: Songwriters Hall of Fame: Nile Rodgers

In a Front and Center episode for PBS, the guitarist, songwriter and producer whose songs can fuel an all-night dance party, plus a bottomless brunch, shares five life lessons that music taught him.

David Bowie is at Brooklyn Museum: Look Inside

Christina Knight | March 1, 2018
david bowie as aladdin sane

This is the world’s last chance to see the blockbuster touring exhibition David Bowie is. Nearly 2 million people across five continents have viewed the show and the final countdown is at the Brooklyn Museum, ending in Bowie’s chosen home, New York City.

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