Tag Archives: Theater

Stephane Duret Stars on Broadway in Hysterical “Kinky Boots”

New York, N.Y. Our friend Stephane Duret opens this weekend on Broadway in the hysterical Kinky Boots. Stephan attended the J. Luce Foundation launch of our Hellenic Fund that supports youth, both migrant and native, in Greece. He is very involved in charity, with the theater organization for autistic children — Kaiser Room — particularly close to his […]

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Hellenic Education Continues Thanks to The Orpheus Luxury Collection

New York, N.Y.  In synchrony with their philosophy of “indulging in the finer things in life for a deep appreciation of humanity and nature,” The Orpheus Luxury Collection proudly hosted a fundraiser to benefit the Hellenic Education & Language Program (H.E.L.P.) recently in Astoria, Queens as part of its Philanthropy Through Travel Initiative.  The children and the mothers of H.E.L.P. […]

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Fame: Spotlight on Super Woman Clare Boothe Luce

New York, N.Y. Although I attended her funeral at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York, I never knew Clare Boothe Luce in life. Through Sylvia Jukes Morris’ twin works, Rage For Fame and the most recent Price of Fame, I feel I have come to know Clare in all her complexity far more intimately. Sylvia Jukes Morris’ […]

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Beyond Frida Kahlo: Susan Rybin Reenacts Artist’s Inner World

New York, N.Y. Appearing as Frida Kahlo in the play Kahlo más allá de Frida (English translation “Beyond Frida Kahlo”), which ran from May 14 to May 16 at Repetorio Español, Susan Rybin digs much deeper than the stern, mysterious “Kahlo face” in her famous self-portraits. Delivered with riveting emotional energy, Rybin’s monologues – a stream […]

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Entertainment Aplenty at V Theater in Las Vegas

Courtesy David Saxe Productions

Las Vegas, NV. Whether it’s your first or 25th time visiting Las Vegas, you’ll surely want to take in a show or two amidst the time you spend eating, gaming, clubbing, sunning and otherwise funning in Sin City. Thankfully, there are no shortage of shows suited for nearly all interests and inclinations—an impressively large number […]

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Untold South Asian Stories at IAAC Literary Festival in New York

New York, N.Y. Aroon Shivdasani, Executive and Artistic Director of the Indo-American Arts Council (IAAC), did not sleep much last month – though she seldom does. Aroon Shivdasani, Executive and Artistic Director of the Indo-American Arts Council (IAAC), welcomes attendees. Photo: Shashwat Gupta. Perhaps because throughout the year she coordinates the New York Indian Film Festival […]

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Indo-American Arts Council at 15 with Who’s Who of S. Asian Celebs

New York, N.Y.  No one in Manhattan can throw a gala like Aroon Shivdasani, and the fifteenth anniversary fete of her Indo-American Arts Council (IAAC) was everything I had hoped for and more.  More than 250 of New York’s crème de la crème packed the Angel Orensanz Foundation for the Performing Arts to raise a […]

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Play Review: Two Turns’ The Turn of the Screw

New York, NY. This Saturday I saw Two Turns Theatre Company’s perform Jeffery Hatcher’s adaptation of the Henry James novella, The Turn of the Screw.   The classic ghost story was performed in a room of the Merchant’s House Museum which is,reportedly haunted. The Turn of the Screw has been performed around the world. Photo: Wikipedia. […]

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