A postcard from New York

ArtsHub Features Writer, Suzannah Conway, recaps on some of the best of New York’s arts and culture this winter.

Winter in New York is probably not the best time to take in the views, hop on the Staten Island Ferry, walk across the Brooklyn Bridge or stroll around Central Park. But it is an exceptionally good time to satisfy your inner cultural needs by visiting the myriad galleries and museums, seeing some great theatre and concerts, and catching some of the many musicals and shows that Broadway has to offer. For arts lovers of all kinds, there is a plethora of choice. The city has bounced back positively after COVID, when Broadway closed for almost a year, only reopening in late 2021.  

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Suzannah Conway is ArtsHub's Brisbane-based Arts Feature Writer. Suzannah is an experienced arts administrator, having been CEO of Opera Queensland, the Brisbane Riverfestival and the Centenary of Federation celebrations for Queensland. She has been writing reviews and music articles for over 15 years and regularly reviews classical music, opera and musical theatre in particular for The Australian and Limelight magazine as well as other journals.