David Cote, theater editor of Time Out New York, joins our guest host Erin McKeown to talk about some of the sports stories that have been adapted for the stage.
Time Out New York's David Cote profiles the upcoming year in theater -- from mainstays like Cat On a Hot Tin Roof to highly anticipated new musicals, including an adaptation of Roald Dahl's Matilda.
David Cote -- the theater critic for Time Out New York -- gives us the scoop on what's happening on and off Broadway this year. Joe Jackson reflects on his recent tribute to a jazz great. And Classical mandolinist extraordinaire Avi Avital delivers a virtuosic performance in the studio.
Given the number of things that can go wrong with a production, it’s no wonder that performers are a superstitious bunch. There are just some things you don’t do. Whistle backstage? Never. Wish a co-star “good luck?” How dare you! And, definitely don’t bring a peacock feather inside the theater. We’ll dive into the world of ritual and superstition with Time Out New York theater editor David Cote. And, hear the how and why of our superstitious minds with psychologist Stuart Vyse.
Time Out New York's theater critic David Cote joins us for a look back at the best in Broadway and theater for 2011, including the musical-comedy Book of Mormon.
Time Out New York theater editor David Cote joins us for a recap of last night’s Tony Awards ceremony.
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lanford Wilson passed away Thursday at age 73.
David Cote, Theater Editor for Time Out New York, weighs in on this troubled production.
The Broadway production of "Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark," saw another crisis on Monday night, as one of its actors fell over 20 feet, severely injuring himself. This is the fourth performer to be hurt since September. David Cote, theater editor for Time Out: New York, says he has never seen anything like this. "This show is cursed."
The new Broadway musical “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” won’t open until next month, but opinions are leaking online. Today: a look at the erosion of the traditional link between theatre reviews and opening night. Guests include Alisa Solomon of the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University and David Cote, theater editor for Time Out New York.
Time Out New York Theater Editor David Cote weighs in on the assets and pitfalls putting history onstage.
British theater is taking Broadway by storm – again. In the last year, Billy Elliot: The Musical – a London import – swept the Tony Awards. The Royal Shakespeare Company has announced a residency at the Park Avenue Armory in 2011. And a musical about Enron has come to Broadway ...
David Cote, theatre editor of Time Out NY, talks about Sondheim and the theatre newly named after him.