The last several years have seen each season begin with a twist, and this year is no different. This season’s opening episode had a simple format: a pageant where no one gets sent home. The queens had to present two looks: a look representing their home state or city, and their favorite Lady Gaga look. Let’s go through the queens in their order of appearance.
"An eye for an eye. If you think it's okay to kill somebody, you shouldn't go to a country club upstate, get three meals and a cot and be taken care of. No, you should be executed if you want to execute somebody. That's real talk."
The Paul Taylor season, now in its third and last week at the Koch, reached a remarkable climax on Sunday, March 18, with a one-time-only performance of works by Martha Graham, Merce Cunningham, and Taylor himself—the first time these three giants of modern dance have ever been presented together in a single program.
What a show City Girl is. Parenthood's Sarah Ramos wrote a TV spec script when she was 12-years-old, and, as an adult, decided to produce it with her friends. It's a glimpse into the sick, sad world of 12-year-old girl brains, and def passes the Damon Lindelof Scratch-and-Smell guide to writing.