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10 Things We’ve Learned About David Bowie’s New Musical, Lazarus

lazarus_nytw_v2_1000sqLazarus, the new musical co-written by David Bowie, doesn’t open till Dec. 7, but – Bowie groupies that we are – we managed to snag last-minute tickets to one of the sold-out previews at New York Theatre Workshop. While it’s too early to review the play, co-written by Enda Walsh (Once) and directed by Ivo van Hove, we can’t resist sharing some of what we’ve learned about this trippy production starring Michael C. Hall as the Bowie character from The Man Who Fell to Earth. Read ahead if you don’t mind a few spoilers.

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'Screw Off, New York': Kroll Show's 'Too Much Tuna' Guys Have Had Enough

We’re still kicking ourselves for missing Nick Kroll and John Mulaney at the 92nd Street Y last night (we will not be missing Bob Odenkirk and the rest of the Better Call Saul gang ), but at least we got to see their characters Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland in full NYC curmudgeon mode during last night’s episode of Kroll Show.
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The View From Atop Jupiter 21, the NoHo [Sic] Building That Killed Mars Bar

The Sundeck (Photo: Daniel Maurer)

The Sundeck (Photo: Daniel Maurer)

The Sundeck

The Sundeck

Second-floor outdoor lounge.

Second-floor outdoor lounge.

Communal garden.

Communal garden.

The hallway.

The hallway.

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The Jupiter 21 filter on Instagram.

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Oh hey, here’s the roofdeck of Jupiter 21, the luxury building, opening July 15, where a TD Bank will replace the former Mars Bar on the ground floor. There’s no pool up here, but a sales rep told us the deck will eventually feature “misting stations” and outdoors showers — because why would anyone want to sunbathe by the wet bar and be all gross when they get back to their $3,475 studio?
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