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Liza, Cher, Warhol:
and the Greatest Party You Weren’t Invited To
Matt Tyrnauer’s documentary is swift and entertaining — but later veers into odd, branded-content territory.
The Founder of Studio 54 Is Finally Ready to Tell What Really Went Down There
Ian Schrager on getting over his embarrassment for doing time for stealing from the disco, and having Roy Cohn as his lawyer.
Kevin Bacon Didn’t Have Enough Coke to Pick Up Women at Studio 54
“It was tough as a single guy to get in.”
Theater Review: Lynn Nottage’s
Tells But Doesn’t Show
As it transfers to Broadway, the play brings its strong ideas and weak characterizations intact.
100 years of new york music
Nile Rodgers on Writing ‘Le Freak,’ Grace Jones, and the Disco Backlash
“This is the biggest song by a band nobody knows about a dance that nobody knows how to do.”
James Franco and Tommy Tune Figure Out How to Work Cheap
How to succeed in theater without really spending.