As the new year approaches, the staff at ALL ARTS have been reflecting on what we’ve seen, where we’ve been and the artists and institutions that have
inspired us. Here is a selection of our most popular stories since our website’s launch in April 2018.
“The Mile-Long Opera” Winds Its Way Up the High Line
Image courtesy of Diego Cortés
“Be More Chill”: Star George Salazar and Composer Joe Iconis Talk Sleeper Hit’s Viral Fame
“Be More Chill.”
American Ballet Theatre Brings Class to the Park
Image courtesy of Andrew Fassbender for Rachel Neville Photography.
Loyal and Patient, Harry Potter-Inspired “Puffs” Finally Makes History
Image courtesy of “Puffs;” Hunter Canning.
Donja Love’s List of Black Theater in New York City
World premiere play “Fireflies” written by Donja R. Love, directed by Saheem Ali at the Atlantic Theater Company’s Linda Gross Theater.
200 Years of Mary Shelley’s Wretched “Frankenstein”
Auguste Pontenier, wood engraving in Louis Figuier, “Les merveilles de la science, ou Description populaire des inventions modernes,” Paris, 1867–1870. The Morgan Library & Museum.
“Mean Girls” Star Kate Rockwell On Her 4-Year Break From Broadway and Why She Won’t Wear Pink
Image courtesy of Broadway Sandwich.
Woman of the Week: “Little Astronaut” Poet Jennifer Hope Stein
Image courtesy of Claire Keane.
Your Lifestyle (Still) Sucks: The Baffler Magazine Turns 30
Slanty Eyed Mama Takes On Asian American Stereotypes Through Comedy and Punk Rock
Lyris Hung (left) and Kate Rigg, the duo behind Slanty Eyed Mama. Photo by Helen Tansey.