Robin Pogrebin appears in the following:
Thursday, November 13, 2014
The performance space needs renovations and a donor to fund it — but who will become its new namesake?
Thursday, September 18, 2014
With eight shows a week, the Tony Award winning star of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, is working on keeping it fresh.
Friday, January 17, 2014
Last May, we reported on a story in which it seemed David had triumphed over Goliath. David was a quirky, acclaimed jewel box of a building in midtown Manhattan — the former American Folk Art Museum — and the preservationists who loved it. Goliath was the Museum of Modern Art ...
Monday, April 08, 2013
If you’ve been keeping an eye on the art scene in New York, you may have noticed that there’s a lot of music in the city’s museums. New York Times culture reporter Robin Pogrebin tells us how institutions like The Whitney, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the New Museum are filling their galleries with the sound of music.
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
The Whitney Biennial, one of New York's (and contemporary art’s) defining cultural events, opens tomorrow. The New York Times’ Robin Pogrebin joins us for a preview of the popular exhibition – which this year has turned over an entire floor, or 6,000 square feet, to music, theater and dance.
Friday, May 13, 2011
New York Times cultural reporter Robin Pogrebin discusses the plans for MOMA to take over the midtown Folk Art Museum space and for the Met to take over the Whitney's Madison Ave building.
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
In the last 18 months, most top executives of nonprofit arts institutions throughout the country have frozen or cut their salaries, according to a recent survey. We'll look at the changing market for arts executives with reporter Robin Pogrebin
of the New York Times and Sarah James
, a recruiter for ...
Thursday, November 05, 2009
The stagehands that push the pianos onto the stage at Carnegie Hall make more than the musicians who play them. Bloomberg News recently revealed that the top stagehands there earn $500,000 a year. Reporter Philip Boroff
tells us about this specialized corner of the music industry.City Opera Launches a ...
Friday, September 25, 2009
Nearly 30 years after the 1980 movie "Fame," an updated remake debuts today. Like the original and the TV series it spawned, "Fame" dramatizes life in the halls and rehearsal rooms of an urban performing-arts high school. Today, we hear about real-life arts education in New York City from Robin ...
Thursday, June 18, 2009
President Obama’s nominees to the nation's arts and humanities endowments are either safe and predictable -- or a major shake-up. We hear different reactions from reporter Robin Pogrebin
of the New York Times and David A. Smith
, a senior lecturer in American history at Baylor University and the author of ...
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
Politicians can't agree on how much, if any, of the economic stimulus package should go to the arts. But controversy is nothing new when it comes to funding culture. As part of our series "The Culture of Change: The First 100 Days," we find look at past and present plans ...
Wednesday, February 27, 2008
The New York Philharmonic's visit to North Korea drew heaps of media attention and sparked debate about the role of arts in politics. But the issue of arts funding hasn't been debated much by the Republican and Democratic candidates. We find out where they stand on the arts from Robin ...