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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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Innovation & Design @ Sony Square, NYC

Last week, I was waiting for one of my dearest friends, Katie, to get off from her job at Sony.  The Sony headquarters is in a beautiful building facing Madison Square Park and has an exhibition space on the ground

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