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So, where did all those handwritten notes go? Thoughts on the NYPL event: Yes, Mr. Prince: An Evening with Harold Prince’s Assistants

On Monday, October 21st, I attended an event at the NYPL Performing Arts Library called “Yes, Mr. Prince: An Evening with Harold Prince’s Assistants.” The event hosted three former assistants of the legendary theater icon, Hal Prince. The panelists were

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Archive in Motion: 75 Years of the Jerome Robbins Dance Division

The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center currently has on view a comprehensive and inspiring exhibit tracking the history of the Jerome Robbins Dance Division. However, it also works as an in-depth depiction of the

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Lou Reed’s Archives Acquired by NYPL

      Musician and Artist, Lou Reed passed away in 2013, leaving an immense amount of material behind to his wife, Laurie Anderson.  With no instructions whatsoever of how to archive, where to archive, and who to involve, Anderson

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