Setting the musical Pippin inside a circus, as the recent Tony Award-winning revival does, seems perfectly natural to Gypsy Snider, the show’s co-choreographer and circus consultant. “Circus is dangerous, physically...

Theater | Hap Erstein

Adrienne Barbeau had forgotten how prescient her bio was. “The strangest thing is I went to my website to cut and paste from my bio and the intro talks about what an eclectic career it has been. And I say there, ‘All...

Theater | Hap Erstein

A feather-light comedy and a dark musical were named the year’s best productions at Monday night’s 39th annual Carbonell Awards for excellence in South Florida theater. The Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s mounting of Larry...

Theater | Hap Erstein

By Tara Mitton Catao Have you ever wondered what contemporary performing art is coming out of Los Angeles — that jaded bastion of entertainment — these days? What is fresh and authentic? Your question would have not...

Dance | Palm Beach ArtsPaper Staff

French writer-director Benoît Jacquot’s work was little known outside his country until three years ago, when his Farewell, My Queen, a period-perfect look at Marie Antoinette and her reader servant, became an international...

Film | Hap Erstein


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Art:
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All-sculpture show riveting at the Cultural Council

By Lucy Lazarony At the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, the walls of the main gallery have gone white. Not a single piece of two-dimensional art is on dis...

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Director Jacquot explores love, with obstacles

French writer-director Benoît Jacquot’s work was little known outside his country until three years ago, when his Farewell, My Queen, a period-perfect look at Marie Antoinette and her...

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Theater:
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Circus consultant helped reimagine, revitalize ‘Pippin’

Setting the musical Pippin inside a circus, as the recent Tony Award-winning revival does, seems perfectly natural to Gypsy Snider, the show’s co-choreographer and circus consultant. “Ci...

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Dance:
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BodyTraffic closes Duncan season in spectacular style

By Tara Mitton Catao Have you ever wondered what contemporary performing art is coming out of Los Angeles — that jaded bastion of entertainment — these days? What is fresh and aut...

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Music:
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Amid the goofing, a standout Marie at PB Opera’s ‘La Fille’

Palm Beach Opera wrapped up its significant 53rd season with humor, choosing to follow its February world premiere exploration of post-World War II Holocaust survivors in New York (Enemies, a Love Story) wit...

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Interviews:
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Ford Fine Art’s Suzanne Snider: Bringing Central American modernism to Delr

Suzanne Snider has been running the hidden treasure that is Ford Fine Art gallery long enough to know its best years are still ahead. Delray Beach is not where one wou...

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Books:
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Our drug policy and its costs, scrupulously researched

The war on drugs has spawned more crime, violence, addiction and suffering — the exact opposite of what was intended. That is the theme of this provocative and timely book by British author Johann H...

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Weekend Picks:
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Weekend arts picks: March 27-29

Music: The Argentine-born violinist Tomás Cotik has had a busy career in South Florida since earning his doctorate at the University of Miami, including sitting second-chair violin in the Delray String Quartet. Amo...

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News & Commentary:
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Boca’s arts festival bets on Bernstein to start, Beethoven for the closer

By Dale King Not all that ago, the Festival of the Arts Boca ended its weekly run with a gala performance of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, led by violinist Itzhak Perlman. Thi...

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