2016 was a very good year for TED talks (and performances). Here are some of our favorites, including a couple that take a look back.
Known for cinematic electronic dance music that plays to both the body and imagination, Lapalux will depart from his routine club-style set to reproduce “hypnagogia,” the transitional state of consciousness between wakefulness and sleep. His music blends elements of R&B and IDM with glitched-out hip-hop beats, woozy synthesizers, and soulful vocal samples.
In one of the most unusual plays of the year, the characters Paige and Todd join an expedition in the Arctic, meet some sea otters and other surprises in this play with a message.
Daddy Long Legs will be the first ever musical to be live-streamed from New York, and for free and without commercials!
Our second story about Todrick Hall, the hugely entertaining music and LGBT sensation who seems to be everywhere these days as his new MTV season begins.
Creating a video for the social media takes time and expertise, but the exposure it gives a performing group to a whole new set of potential ticket buyers is invaluable.
On the Town is preparing New York City for the show that made history last summer at Barrington Stage Company.