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Music Review: Leonard Bernstein Is Paid Half-Hearted Tribute at Tanglewood
Andris Nelsons conducted as if he would rather be at home watching TV. Some music can endure an uncommitted performance; Bernstein’s can’t.
Music Review: Leonard Bernstein’s
Has Finally Found Its Era
It’s been called bloated, dated, naïve — but it also contains a lot of beauty.
who berned it best
Bradley Cooper Joins the Battle of the Leonard Bernstein Biopics
Cooper versus Gyllenhaal, pick your composer.
Jake Gyllenhaal Cast As Leonard Bernstein In Biopic From Cary Joji Fukunaga
Like a symphony, the movie will be structured in five movements.
Steven Spielberg Finds New Cool Idea: a Leonard Bernstein Movie
The director reportedly held a secret table read of a biopic about the composer.
On the Town
Can Still Cook, Too
You’d think it was your first time in New York!
Daniel Reichard From ‘Jersey Boys’ on His New Role in ‘Candide’ and Always Playing the Virgin
Reichard spoke with Vulture about leaving one of the biggest Broadway musicals ever and why he’s not like his characters.
Seth Rogen Will Flash His Fake Badge and Take Kevin James Down
Plus: Jim Carrey in Jason Reitman’s next.