Michael Urie sat down with the Huffington Post’s Curtis Wong to talk about hosting the Drama Desk Awards, his Logo series “Cocktails and Classics,” and more. Watch it here!
With the 61st Drama Desk Awards: presented by Theatermania quickly approaching on June 5, host and two-time recipient Michael Urie visited New York Live to talk about the upcoming show. Jacque Reid and Sara Gore chatted with Urie about being star stuck by the nominees, the process of writing for an award show and more! Watch the full interview HERE.
The Weinstein Gallery in San Francisco has announced an extension of their new exhibition “Chance Meeting on a Dissecting Table.” It will now run until June 30, 2016. The exhibition features the works of artists that helped spark the Surrealist revolution in the art world. Original pieces by some of the most well known painters are on display including those by: Victor Brauner, Leonora Carrington, Salvador Dali, Oscar Dominguez, Enrico Donati, Marcel Duchamp, Max Ernst, Jimmy Ernst, Leonor Fini, David Hare, Marcel Jean, Esteban Frances, Frida Kahlo, Gerome Kamrowski, Andre Masson, Roberto Matta, Gordon Onslow Ford, Wolfgang Paalen, Kay Sage, Kurt Seligmann, Dorthea Tanning, and Yves Tanguy.
Read more about “Chance Meeting on a Dissecting Table” HERE.
In his Feinstein’s/54 Below show, Matthew Morrison defined himself as a worthy rival to Michael Bublé and proved himself as a “versatile, hard-driving musical frontiersman leveling the territory separating genres,” according to Stephen Holden of The New York Times. The full review can be found HERE.
Vanity Fair has a look at Donald Trump’s inauguration speech and how his first days in the Oval Office might go. This glimpse into a possible future comes from the founding editor of The Onion, Scott Dikkers, in his new book Trump’s America: The Complete Loser’s Guide. See the full story HERE.