Gerry Visco

Visions of Dale Peck

April 17, 2015

Earlier this month, Soho Press published Dale Peck’s 12th book, Visions and Revisions: Coming of Age In the Age of Aids.

The New York Doll Turned Lounge Lizard

October 28, 2014

David Johansen was among the first glam punk rockers of the early 1970s and influenced bands such as the Sex Pistols, Kiss, The Ramones, Guns N’ Roses, and The Smiths.

Coming In with John Waters

July 18, 2013

At City Winery, we met John Waters at a private dinner composed of a small group nestled among large steel wine casks. Wearing a dapper white suit, he was kind enough to allow us to sit next to him, as long as we promised not to get any food stains on his jacket.

Exclusive Song Premiere and Interview: ‘I’m Gonna Die,’ Future Wife

May 7, 2013

Playwright Young Jean Lee sings with her band Future Wife, whose first album, titled We’re Gonna Die, will be released on August 6. The album is composed of songs and a series of poignant but hilarious anecdotal monologues dealing with human failure, sickness, aging, and death; they were originally featured on stage during the world premiere at Joe’s Pub, which won her an OBIE Award.

Alan Cumming Is Not Afraid of Macbeth

April 19, 2013

This Sunday, Scottish-born and New York-based actor Alan Cumming will open his one-man production of Macbeth at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre on Broadway.

Exclusive Video Premiere and Interview: ‘The Ride,’ Joseph Keckler

March 20, 2013

Over a cup of cappuccino, we discussed Joseph Keckler’s upcoming performance piece, I am an Opera, and his haunting brand-new music video, “The Ride.” The video finds Keckler traversing Bushwick, the Lower East Side, and the Financial District in a livery cab chauffered by a modern-day Charon, and we’re thrilled to premiere it here.