92NY HIGHLIGHTS NEW EVENTS FROM DECEMBER 12 – 19
IN PERSON AND ONLINE
***In Person & Online***
JOSHUA COHEN & SAM LIPSYTE
Mon, Dec 12, 7:30 pm, from $20
Join Joshua Cohen, winner of the 2022 Pulitzer Prize for The Netanyahus, and acclaimed novelist Sam Lipstyle (No One Left to Come Looking for You, The Ask) for an evening of wickedly funny, deeply intelligent, morally searching fiction from two of the most innovative storytellers in America. NOTE: this 92NY event takes place at Baruch Performing Arts Center, 55 Lexington Ave.
DAPHNE A. BROOKS ON BEYONCÉ’S RENAISSANCE
Wed, Dec 14, 7 pm, $15
Fresh off being named the Album of the Year by Rolling Stone, join Yale Professor Daphne A. Brooks as she explores how Renaissance’s cutting-edge pop experimentation with Black feminist liberation principles speaks to our ever-present precarity. “Renaissance is an irresistible invitation to head out into the thrilling, glorious and sensuous unknown, to fantasize and ‘levitate’ and move passionately alongside one another,” writes Brooks. “Beyoncé has unleashed a reclamation of the pleasure to be found in our own flesh. We are in the mix with her as each track reverberates with layers of lyrical, musical, and thematic call-and-response across the expanse of the album. Leaning again and again into the baptismal magic of the beat and the insistence on ‘looking for something that lives inside me,’ she offers up one escape strategy after another to resist and reject America’s habit of attempting to break minoritized peoples.” This class is part of Roundtable by The 92nd Street Y, New York, a new online learning platform.
***In Person & Online***
DREW BARRYMORE: SOMEBODY FEED PHIL THE BOOK, A CONVERSATION WITH PHIL ROSENTHAL
Thu, Dec 15, 7 pm, from $25
Phil Rosenthal, the creator, writer, and executive producer of the hit CBS sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond, loves food and in recent years has done food and travel documentaries I’ll Have What Phil’s Having on PBS and has a hugely popular series Somebody Feed Phil on Netflix. Now in his new book, Somebody Feed Phil the Book , which is a collection of requested must-have recipes from acclaimed international chefs and local legends alike (including Rosenthal’s favorite sandwich finds from San Francisco to Tel Aviv), you can replicate many of the dishes from the show right at home and there are also never-before-heard stories from the first four seasons as well as behind-the-scenes photos. Join us for what is sure to be a funny and delicious hour.
JAMES CORDEN IN CONVERSATION WITH MTV’s JOSH HOROWITZ
Fri, Dec 16, 7 pm, $25
Join Emmy Award-winning host of The Late Late Show James Corden for a conversation with MTV News’ Josh Horowitz about his storied run at the helm of one of the funniest late-night talk shows of the decade — and his new series, Mammals. Mammals follows the story of Jamie (James Corden), a chef whose world implodes when he discovers shocking secrets about his pregnant wife, Amandine. Also starring Sally Hawkins, the series was created by the acclaimed playwright, Jez Butterworth, and is currently streaming globally on Amazon Prime Video. As he prepares to exit the show in 2023, hear him talk to Horowitz in a live taping of the Happy Sad Confused podcast.
***In Person & Online***
TURN EVERY PAGE: THE ADVENTURES OF ROBERT CARO AND ROBERT GOTTLIEB
A Screening and Conversation with Robert Caro, Robert Gottlieb and Lizzie Gottlieb with Rachel Syme
Sun, Dec 18, 5 pm, from $25 (NOTE: Online tickets are for the Talk only, which begins at approximately 7 pm. They do not include the screening)
Join two-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize Robert Caro with his legendary editor, Robert Gottlieb and director Lizzie Gottlieb, for a screening of Turn Every Page: The Adventures of Robert Caro and Robert Gottlieb — a dual documentary portrait of their decades-long professional relationship — followed by a conversation. Robert Caro, frequently hailed as the greatest political biographer of our time, has spent decades writing his multi-volume masterwork, The Years of Lyndon Johnson . Robert Gottlieb has been editing and guiding its progress from the beginning. Now, as Caro works on the final volume, Gottlieb waits to edit it. Hear two fiercely brilliant minds discuss the culmination of their shared project — why Lyndon Johnson’s life has become so important to their own intellectual lives, their unique working relationship, and how they have impacted generations of readers, writers, activists, and politicians — and much more.
NETFLIX’s GLASS ONION: SCREENING AND DANIEL CRAIG IN CONVERSATION WITH MTV NEWS’ JOSH HOROWITZ
Mon, Dec 19, 7 pm, from $35
Join Daniel Craig for a special screening of Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, followed by a conversation with MTV News’ Josh Horowitz. Reprising his role as Detective Benoit Blanc from Rian Johnson’s spectacularly witty and inventive Knives Out (2019), Craig is joined by a blockbuster cast in Glass Onion — including Janelle Monáe, Kathryn Hahn, Leslie Odom Jr., Edward Norton, Kate Hudson, and more — for another spectacularly witty and inventive whodunnit with a new set of suspects on an island in Greece. In a live taping of Horowitz’s Happy Sad Confused podcast, hear Craig discuss the making of the film, what makes Johnson’s murder mysteries sizzle, life after James Bond, stories from behind the scenes, and much more.
For more details and additional events including Jack O’Brien with Ethan Hawke; and more, please click here: 92NY.org/Events
92NY Health & Safety Protocols
Proof of COVID-19 vaccination is required for all adults and children ages 5+.
Face masks are highly recommended for everyone age 2+ in performance spaces.
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