We would like to thank the National Endowment for the Arts for an NEA grant to support our production of Richard III this past March!

Photos: Greg Kessler

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The New York Indian Film Festival Official 2014 officially kicked off tonight at Soho Tiffin Junction - Modern South Indian Kitchen ! What else is kicked off? The epic NYIFF SELFIE CONTEST ! In the next two weeks, you post a group selfie on our Facebook page or tweet to @nyindianff using hash tag #GoNYIFF14. The two coolest selfies will get FREE tickets to the Closing Night Gala, which will be spectacular ending of the festival on May 10th at the nyuskirball ! We start with ours and our favorite Ellen DeGeneres ! #GoNYIFF14

UPDATE : The contest ends on APRIL 25th. 

Youth America Grand Prix NYC Finals.

Photography by Taylor Brandt. All rights reserved.

This is how we roll.
"I swear to you, sitting a throne is a thousand times harder than winning one." - Game of Thrones

This is how we roll.

"I swear to you, sitting a throne is a thousand times harder than winning one." - Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones. Tonight at 7PM for NYU only. Enjoy, nyulocal.

Game of Thrones. Tonight at 7PM for NYU only. Enjoy, nyulocal.

We want to take a moment to congratulate our friends at Nalaga’at Theater, who performed with us last year, for their terrific performance at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts last night. Cheers to another amazing show this evening!

Photo credit: Greg Kessler

NBC Features National Theater of China!

Michael Harrington, executive director of NYU Skirball; Wang Xiaoying, director of Richard III and deputy director of National Theatre of China; and Anny Wangyu, interpreter for Wang Xiaoying, discuss with NBC’s Gus Rosendale the National Theatre of China’s U.S. debut of this Shakespearean adaptation.

Shakespeare’s Richard III retold in traditional Chinese stagecraft.

Simply remarkable and beautiful.

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9 Theaters That Harken Back To The Golden Age of Cinema

With their sticky floors and seats sprinkled with popcorn crumbs, today’s movie theaters are often not much to look at. But rewind a few decades to the golden age of cinema, and you’ll find theaters as glamorous as the Hollywood films they showcased.

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NYU Tisch School of the Arts’ Dance Department will present Past/Forward tomorrow. Learn more here.

But for now, just dance.