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A Cabaret in a Nursing Home, While France's Theaters Are Closed
The first professional production in France since stages went dark in March was a back-to-basics affair, but more memorable than many slick Paris shows.
1 hour ago
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A Cabaret in a Nursing Home, While France's Theaters Are Closed
Late Night Asks Why the Orange Chicken Crossed the Road
President Trump continued to get mocked for his photo op at St. John's Episcopal Church after protests were forcibly broken up nearby.
2 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Late Night Asks Why the Orange Chicken Crossed the Road
What's on TV Thursday: 'Spelling the Dream' and 'Rambo'
A documentary on Netflix celebrates young spelling bee virtuosos and multiculturalism. And "Rambo" airs on AMC.
3 hours ago
NY Times Arts
What's on TV Thursday: 'Spelling the Dream' and 'Rambo'
Bruce Jay Friedman, 90, Author With a Darkly Comic Worldview, Dies
An unusual case in American letters, he moved easily between literature and pop culture, including movies like "Stir Crazy" and "Splash," to great acclaim.
11 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Bruce Jay Friedman, 90, Author With a Darkly Comic Worldview, Dies
'Shirley' Review: A Writer as Scary as Her Stories
Elisabeth Moss stars as Shirley Jackson in Josephine Decker's gothic, feverish anti-biopic.
12 hours ago
NY Times Arts
'Shirley' Review: A Writer as Scary as Her Stories
Need More Nature? Listen to 12 Essential Field Recordings
Albums featuring chattering animals and roaring weather systems have blurred the boundaries of music and chance, new age and noise.
13 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Need More Nature? Listen to 12 Essential Field Recordings
Hungry for Some Unclassifiable Theater? Dinner is Served
If BAM is your jam (or places like it), here are digital offerings that offer weird Americana and bold visions from Europe. Plus: a zoom meeting from hell.
14 hours ago
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Hungry for Some Unclassifiable Theater? Dinner is Served
Stream These 15 Great Titles Before They Leave Netflix This Month
The list could have been twice as long. But this should help you prioritize.
15 hours ago
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Stream These 15 Great Titles Before They Leave Netflix This Month
Charles Lippincott, Who Hyped 'Star Wars,' Is Dead at 80
In handling publicity for George Lucas's 1977 blockbuster, he helped create a playbook for future science fiction movies.
17 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Charles Lippincott, Who Hyped 'Star Wars,' Is Dead at 80
What artist Paul McCarthy has drawn and learned from Instagram in the pandemic
Paul McCarthy's Hammer Museum solo show shut down for COVID-19. From home, he talks of human nature, violence and turning from performance to drawing.
19 hours ago
LA Times Art
What artist Paul McCarthy has drawn and learned from Instagram in the pandemic
2 Art Gallery Shows to Explore From Home
Galleries and museums are getting creative about presenting work online during the coronavirus crisis. Here are two shows worth viewing virtually.
19 hours ago
NY Times Arts
2 Art Gallery Shows to Explore From Home
How viral Instagram tributes to George Floyd use art to spread a movement
Digital-art memorials to George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and other black victims of white violence are rallying cries for social justice.
1 day ago
LA Times Art
How viral Instagram tributes to George Floyd use art to spread a movement
'The Avengers of musical theater': The talent behind 'Central Park' sings for itself
Go inside the ambitious musical stylings of the Apple TV+ animated series 'Central Park.'
1 day ago
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'The Avengers of musical theater': The talent behind 'Central Park' sings for itself
Ivanka tweets Bible verse to 'heal' protester pain, but Trump policies only add to it
Ivanka Trump tweets Scripture amid angry national protests, but her father could learn more from Shakespeare about mercy and justice.
2 days ago
LA Times Art
Ivanka tweets Bible verse to 'heal' protester pain, but Trump policies only add to it
Scientists to choirs: Group singing can spread the coronavirus, despite what CDC may say
Scientists studying tiny exhaled particles that could transmit the coronavirus say a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention decision to drop warnings against choral singing is dangerous, risking more "super spreading events" such as a Washington state choir practice linked to two deaths.
2 days ago
LA Times Art
Scientists to choirs: Group singing can spread the coronavirus, despite what CDC may say
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