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'Temping' Is a Workplace Drama for One. You're Hired.
An immersive work at the Wild Project asks the sole audience member to consider the value of life while role playing as an office worker involved in calculating risk of death.
35 minutes ago
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'Temping' Is a Workplace Drama for One. You're Hired.
Spencer Davis, Whose Band Was a Hitmaker in the '60s, Dies at 81
"Gimme Some Lovin'," "I'm a Man" and "Keep On Running" made the rock group, from Britain, famous and launched the career of its lead singer, Steve Winwood.
50 minutes ago
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Spencer Davis, Whose Band Was a Hitmaker in the '60s, Dies at 81
What Pandemic? Japanese Film Draws a Record Flood of Moviegoers
The huge haul for "Demon Slayer" showed how audiences can quickly return in countries where they feel safe to head to theaters.
2 hours ago
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What Pandemic? Japanese Film Draws a Record Flood of Moviegoers
Review: Yearn to travel? Illusionist Scott Silven transports you on 'The Journey'
The COVID-19 pandemic may have you hunkered down at home, but Scott Silven delivers a mesmerizing escape to Scotland in this immersive online theater piece.
3 hours ago
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Review: Yearn to travel? Illusionist Scott Silven transports you on 'The Journey'
Cooking as live theater: Geffen bets on 'Bollywood Kitchen,' murder and magic
Geffen Playhouse sets dates and prices for Sri Rao's cooking show, an interactive murder-mystery and a sequel to Helder Guimarães' magic hit, "The Present."
6 hours ago
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Cooking as live theater: Geffen bets on 'Bollywood Kitchen,' murder and magic
In the Return of Art Fairs, Smaller Is Better
At a time when many huge events have been canceled, 1-54, Art Paris and Viennacontemporary gladly threw open their doors.
9 hours ago
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In the Return of Art Fairs, Smaller Is Better
The Pious French Poet Who Palled Around With Picasso and Apollinaire
In "Max Jacob: A Life in Art and Letters," Rosanna Warren retraces the colorful history of a now largely forgotten figure of French modernism who was surrounded by famous friends.
9 hours ago
NY Times Arts
The Pious French Poet Who Palled Around With Picasso and Apollinaire
The Organization System That Changed the World? It's Thousands of Years Old
In "A Place for Everything," Judith Flanders, a British social historian, traces the revolutionary history of alphabetical order.
9 hours ago
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The Organization System That Changed the World? It's Thousands of Years Old
Celebrating Strange Faces, Gorgeous Sentences and Circular Prose
Brilliant new essay collections from Namwali Serpell, Brian Dillon and Daniel Mendelsohn.
9 hours ago
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Celebrating Strange Faces, Gorgeous Sentences and Circular Prose
Yes, Books Were Bound in Human Skin. An Intrepid Librarian Finds the Proof.
"Dark Archives," by Megan Rosenbloom, a librarian at U.C.L.A., traces the history of the controversial practice and considers what we should do with such books today.
9 hours ago
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Yes, Books Were Bound in Human Skin. An Intrepid Librarian Finds the Proof.
Jeff Bridges Says He Has Lymphoma
The actor said on Monday that he had started treatment and that his prognosis was "good."
9 hours ago
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Jeff Bridges Says He Has Lymphoma
Stephen Colbert Anxiously Reads the Latest Polls
The "Late Show" host tossed some table salt and knocked on wood so as not to jinx Biden, who currently leads the president by 10 points in the polls.
12 hours ago
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Stephen Colbert Anxiously Reads the Latest Polls
In Palm Springs, Neutra's famed Kaufmann Desert House aims for $25 million
Richard Neutra's famous Kaufmann Desert House, a Midcentury marvel in Palm Springs, is aiming for the city's all-time price record: $25 million.
1 day ago
LA Times Art
In Palm Springs, Neutra's famed Kaufmann Desert House aims for $25 million
Commentary: Baltimore Museum of Art uses COVID as cover to sell a Warhol. Floodgates open
A fiscally robust museum plans to fund operations by selling $73 million of its art. The scope of the move threatens to accelerate a troubling trend.
1 day ago
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Commentary: Baltimore Museum of Art uses COVID as cover to sell a Warhol. Floodgates open
Tony nominee and L.A. stage regular Anthony Chisholm dies at 77
Tony-nominated actor Anthony Chisholm, a familiar face to Center Theatre Group patrons, has died at 77.
2 days ago
LA Times Art
Tony nominee and L.A. stage regular Anthony Chisholm dies at 77
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