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BECAUSE OF HIM, THE BAND PLAYS ON

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THE CULTURE CLUB When the Central Park Conservancy closed the historic Naumburg Bandshell in 1989 with intentions of tearing it down, it proved a lucky thing that Christopher W. London happened to be not only a Naumburg descendent but also an art and architectural historian. London, who splits his time between his apartment on Central [&hellip
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SOLILOQUIES UNDER THE STARS

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THE CULTURE CLUB If William Shakespeare could walk through Central Park on a midsummer’s night, he might happen upon a dreamlike spectacle: actors in costumes strolling under trees, reciting his own words—and around them, a spellbound crowd of women, men and children. The Bard would surely approve. Over the past decade, theater director Stephen Burdman [&hellip
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