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The Dangerous Challenge of Making a Film About Aleksei Navalny
A documentarian was in the room when the Russian opposition leader made a startling discovery. But it took time to win the politician's trust.
7 minutes ago
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The Dangerous Challenge of Making a Film About Aleksei Navalny
Jurnee Smollett: "The Past Few Years Have Been Heartbreaking"
The "Lovecraft Country" star has faced setbacks but emerged with new projects, including the Netflix movie "Spiderhead."
7 minutes ago
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Jurnee Smollett: "The Past Few Years Have Been Heartbreaking"
Through a Recession and a Pandemic, the Book Business Is Thriving in Buenos Aires
The Argentine capital has always been bookish. When hard times shuttered the big chain shops, book purveyors found a way to keep residents in fresh reading material.
7 minutes ago
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Through a Recession and a Pandemic, the Book Business Is Thriving in Buenos Aires
A Theatrical Neophyte With the Know-How of a Pro
Jodie Comer, from the TV series "Killing Eve," makes a thrilling stage debut in "Prima Facie" on London's West End.
59 minutes ago
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A Theatrical Neophyte With the Know-How of a Pro
Review: "A Lynching at Port Jervis," by Philip Dray
Philip Dray's book "A Lynching at Port Jervis" unearths the history of an 1892 murder of a Black man at the hands of a white mob.
6 hours ago
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Review: "A Lynching at Port Jervis," by Philip Dray
Morton L. Janklow, Agent for Best-Selling Authors, Dies at 91
A bold, risk-taking negotiator, he numbered among his clients Danielle Steel, Judith Krantz, three presidents and Pope John Paul II.
6 hours ago
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Morton L. Janklow, Agent for Best-Selling Authors, Dies at 91
Cannes 2022: "Elvis" Is Remixed by Baz Luhrmann
The super-splashy biopic presents the story of the King as told by a (fake) colonel, a narratively curious choice.
8 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Cannes 2022: "Elvis" Is Remixed by Baz Luhrmann
"I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" Review: A Life Too Simplified
This New York City Children's Theater adaptation of Maya Angelou's celebrated memoir faces the challenge of faithfully telling a story that encompasses a great deal of pain.
12 hours ago
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"I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" Review: A Life Too Simplified
Review: Trisha Brown's Mischief, Mystery and Delicate Aberrations
In a delayed celebration of its 50th anniversary, the Brown company presented two dazzling works she made with Robert Rauschenberg.
14 hours ago
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Review: Trisha Brown's Mischief, Mystery and Delicate Aberrations
MOCA announces Clara Kim as new chief curator, director of curatorial affairs
Clara Kim, an alum of the Tate Modern and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, takes over as MOCA's chief curator and director of curatorial affairs on Sept. 1.
15 hours ago
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MOCA announces Clara Kim as new chief curator, director of curatorial affairs
Robert Ainsley Is Named Glimmerglass Festival Director
Robert Ainsley, a champion of new American opera, takes the reins from Francesca Zambello. He said the festival would continue to showcase work that tells "everyone's story."
16 hours ago
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Robert Ainsley Is Named Glimmerglass Festival Director
Antaeus Theatre Company presents a brisk, if not especially resonant, 'Hamlet'
Ramón de Ocampo stars in a new production of William Shakespeare's 'Hamlet.'
19 hours ago
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Antaeus Theatre Company presents a brisk, if not especially resonant, 'Hamlet'
Randy Rainbow reveals the man behind the glitter – and how his father was like Trump
Randy Rainbow, author of the new memoir, "Playing With Myself," insists that politics isn't what motivates his musical theater parodies.
1 day ago
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Randy Rainbow reveals the man behind the glitter – and how his father was like Trump
How 'Animal Crossing' and the pandemic informed Takashi Murakami's new Broad show
'Takashi Murakami: Stepping on the Tail of a Rainbow' is the artist's first solo exhibition at the Broad. Here's why he incorporated augmented reality into his new work.
2 days ago
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How 'Animal Crossing' and the pandemic informed Takashi Murakami's new Broad show
The internet is breaking your brain. This musical is here to help
Dave Malloy's 'Octet' captures the full range of the web's terrors and delights. It might even make you realize you're more Online than you think.
2 days ago
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The internet is breaking your brain. This musical is here to help
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