Featuring Christie Brinkley, Dick Cavett, Ralph Macchio, Eugene Pack, Dayle Reyfel, Brooke Shields, Jennifer Tilly, Alan Zweibel and more TBA! Featuring new material! The MOM-OIRS - motherly wisdom from the memoirs of famous moms ranging from Nancy Regan, Ivana Trump, Kathie Lee, Kris Jenner Kardashian, Candy Spelling and more. SPORTS HERO MASH-UP from the words of Arnold, Stallone, Tiger Woods, Joe Namath and more. A HE SAID, SHE SAID from Burt Reynolds, Loni Anderson and their secretary. Plus a FOODIES MASH-UP where celebs reveal their endless passion about all things edible....from Celine Dion to Barbra Streisand to Dolly Parton to Cher to Travolta.
Performer Sandra Bernhard appears in her own one-of-a-kind live show that sharply blends theatre, rock-n-roll, and stand-up with a little burlesque and cabaret. Bernhard's live in-your-face performing combines her hysterical insight, outspoken views, and outrageous mouth, along with her band The Flawless Zircons
Hamptons Institute: After Sandy: What Can We Do About Climate Change?2014-12-272014-12-27$20.00; $18.00
Dava Sobel, popular science writer and author of the bestselling Longitude and Galileo's Daughter, will moderate After Sandy: What Can We Do About Climate Change? with expert environmental scientists Steve Cohen, Sabine Marx and Adam Sobel from Columbia University's Earth Institute and Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory.
Hamptons Institute: After Sandy: What Can We Do About Climate Change?
Hamptons Institute: Innovations in Education2014-12-272014-12-27$20.00; $18.00
Jacqueline Adams, former CBS News Correspondent, moderates Innovations in Education with panelists Kahlil Byrd, CEO of Students First; Priscilla Campbell, East Hampton High School teacher; Josh Zoia, superintendent of KIPP NYC; and Reena Bhatia, Vice President of Education Programs at LISC (Local Initiatives Support Corporation).
The Met: Live in HD - Borodin’s PRINCE IGOR2014-12-272014-12-27$15.00 - $22.00
Borodin's defining Russian epic, famous for its Polovtsian Dances, comes to the Met for the first time in nearly 100 years. Dmitri Tcherniakov's new production is a brilliant psychological journey through the mind of its conflicted hero, with the founding of the Russian nation as the backdrop. Star bass-baritone Ildar Abdrazakov takes on the monumental title role, with Gianandrea Noseda conducting.
James Levine returns to one of his signature Wagner works conducting this epic comedy—back at the Met for the first time in eight years—about a group of Renaissance "master singers" whose song contest unites a city. Johan Reuter, Johan Botha, and Annette Dasch lead the superb international cast in this charming and magisterial celebration of the power of music and art.