In custody at the Midtown North precinct, reportedly, the 'Even Stevens' star got belligerent with the NYPD, telling cops who were about to remove his handcuffs: “FUCK YOU! I’ll fuck you up," or so sources say Shia exclaimed. Officers decided not to remove said cuffs, so, naturally, he began spitting. So, naturally, the boys in blue put Mr. LaBeouf in a face mask.
We're not saying that Peter Gelb is the Banksy of Lincoln Center, but it certainly couldn't hurt his recent problems at the Met lately.
Again, while we wait for NPR Music to finish editing their newest field recording from Make Music New York, we thought we'd share some more footage of the rehearsal process--with a score, of course.
While we wait for NPR Music to finish editing their newest field recording from Make Music New York, we thought we'd share some video of the rehearsal process--with a score, no less.
America's Got Talent indeed with brothers Emil and Dariel who play Jimi Hendrix...taught by their Russian grandfather.
"Expect a less horny Wolf, the cutting of a centerpiece song, and no dead Rapunzel as Stephen Sondheim reveals changes to Disney’s big-screen version of his musical." [Daily Beast]
Watch live performance videos of Hamid Drake, William Parker, Peter Brötzmann...and Susan Alcorn and Mary Halvorson at Vision Fest 19 at Roulette in Brooklyn.
Ned Rothenberg, clarinet; Gamin, piri; Satoshi Takeishi, percussion; Samita Sinha, vocals (6-12-14, Brooklyn)
Clite A.V. Club: Carsie Blanton, "Fat & Happy" Logan K. Young, editor; Ian Holubiak, producer
Opera singer (i.e. personal trainer) Maggie Lane strips down to sing in a sexy red bikini on America's Got Talent. The always sage Howard Stern said he wished she would’ve left her clothes on...so he could have focused more on her singing skills.
Clite A.V. Club: Time for Three Logan K. Young, editor; Ryan Book, producer
Here's hoping Meryl Streep does Maria Callas better than Tyne Daly did Maria Callas in a new film version of Terrence McNally’s play 'Master Class' for HBO.
Clite A.V. Club: Time for Three Q&A Logan K. Young, editor; Ryan Book, producer
The New York Philharmonic's Marie-Josée Kravis Prize for New Music is presented every two years, Per Nørgård being the second recipient after the late French composer Henri Dutilleux.
Baby Caine, an iguana, sings Wagner's Die Walkure.