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Star Quality: The World of Noel Coward
BY KEITH – APRIL 3, 2012
Here at Teleport City, we’re big fans of every aspect of Noel Coward’s wonderful career — from playwright to director to impish singer-songwriter to promotor of silk dressing gowns. I was pleased to find out that the Performing Arts branch of the New York Public Library recently opened a big exhibit on the life and life’s work of Young Master Coward. I immediately added it to the itinerary of last week’s Teleport City Day of Culture. NYPL exhibits are usually pretty good (their installation on Isaac Newton’s journals was fantastic), and Star Quality: The World of Noel Coward is certainly no exception. Big, packed with memorabilia and audio-video displays, the exhibit covers his career from his first audition to his final day in his Jamaican retreat, Firefly. Plenty to take in, and a lot to learn even for Coward enthusiasts. Weblink (includes photographs)
MONDAY, MARCH 19, 2012
Star Quality: The World of Noël Coward
"If you miss the exhibit on Noël Coward at the New York Public Library at Lincoln Center that just opened on March 12th and runs until August 18th, you are a fool. Do you hear me? A complete and utter fool."
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