The Abrons in the News

Click the links below to read news stories and reviews about the Abrons and its programming.

Beauty and the Beast at Abrons Arts Center

April 2, 2014 | Show Business Weekly
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder; especially if you’re seated in the Abrons Arts Center waiting for Improbable Stage Company’s production of Beauty and the Beast to begin.

A Beauty and a Beast, but This One’s for Adults

March 17, 2014 | The New York Times
"Grown-ups of New York, are you ready to be told the best bedtime story you’ve heard since you were a credulous tyke? It’s called 'Beauty and the Beast...What a privilege to be a part of this theatrical sorcery."

Don’t Mess With Malvolio: Within ‘Twelfth Night,’ a Delirious One-Man Show

February 16, 2014 | The New York Times
Pig Iron outfits its interpretation in outrageousness, with a hodgepodge of colorful costumes and especially loud portrayals of the louder characters, like Sir Toby Belch (James Sugg) and Maria (Charleigh E. Parker). Oh, and the Balkan band is a nice touch, too.

Tapping Unseen Forces in the Dungeon

November 18, 2013 | The New York Times
"Navigating a prehistoric-apocalyptic landscape of jagged sound and light contraptions, Mr. Vidich and his second in command, Maximilian Balduzzi, tapped into strange, unidentifiable frequencies: sonic, visual, interpersonal."

Souvenir at Abrons Arts Center

November 18, 2013 | Exeunt Magazine
Bush Moukarzel is a man on the run. Running from his past, from memories, from time’s ineluctable passing. As Marcel Proust, he’s also running on a treadmill, and getting quite a workout, in Souvenir, a free-wheeling, one-man show derived from In Search of Lost Time, that comes to Abrons Arts Center from the Dublin-based Dead Centre company.

A Tap-Dancer in Training With Hopes as High as Falling Stars

October 27, 2013 | The New York Times
“Dancing With the Stars” it most definitely is not. And that’s part of what makes Tina Satter’s “House of Dance,” at the Abrons Arts Center, so very refreshing.

BWW Reviews: Pavel Zustiak/Palissimo Present ENDANGERED PIECES at Abrons Art Center

October 16, 2013 | Broadway World
Upon entering the theater, a naked man (Jaro Vinarsky) lies on his back on the open, unlit stage. Three giant light poles are set up in the space, some standing and some fallen. The image is stark and post-apocalyptic. Against the uncorrupted theater, the scene seems prophetic.

New York's Top Talent Shines at Abrons Arts Center for Star-Studded UPTOWN DOWNTOWN Benefit

October 16, 2013 | Broadway World
Juggling, dancing, comedy, singing, contact improvisation and more from some of New York City's top talent garnered great laughter and applause at UPTOWN | DOWNTOWN, a one-night-only benefit for the Abrons Arts Center on Monday evening.

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