The Master Builder

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Actor John Turturro and director Andrei Belgrader—last at BAM with the critically acclaimed production of Samuel Beckett’s Endgame—discuss their most recent collaboration, Ibsen’s The Master Builder.

From INSIDE NEW YORK – You thought authentic Israeli food is generally best at a small falafel shop or pita hut? You haven’t been to Miriam (79 Fifth Ave., Brooklyn, 718-622-2250). Miriam is a posh Israeli restaurant in Park Slope. Golden walls and hanging jewel-toned lamps allow diners to enter into a night of dining in Arabia. In addition, authentic Arabian and Israeli tchotchkes such as pots, plates, and even Arab guitars decorate the walls to make one feel as if they are in a Mediterranean oasis, separated from the chaotic City outside. Though traditional seating is available, stretch out on pillows in the back lounge, or perch on a stool at the wine bar… Read the full review at Inside New York.










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When: Wed., May. 1, 2013 at 7:00 pm
Where: Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM)
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30 Lafayette Ave., Brooklyn, NY
718-636-4100
Price: $15
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Actor John Turturro and director Andrei Belgrader—last at BAM with the critically acclaimed production of Samuel Beckett’s Endgame—discuss their most recent collaboration, Ibsen’s The Master Builder.

From INSIDE NEW YORK – You thought authentic Israeli food is generally best at a small falafel shop or pita hut? You haven’t been to Miriam (79 Fifth Ave., Brooklyn, 718-622-2250). Miriam is a posh Israeli restaurant in Park Slope. Golden walls and hanging jewel-toned lamps allow diners to enter into a night of dining in Arabia. In addition, authentic Arabian and Israeli tchotchkes such as pots, plates, and even Arab guitars decorate the walls to make one feel as if they are in a Mediterranean oasis, separated from the chaotic City outside. Though traditional seating is available, stretch out on pillows in the back lounge, or perch on a stool at the wine bar… Read the full review at Inside New York.