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Review: The Inescapable Vibrations of "Violet"
This 2011 work by the American-born, Europe-based choreographer Meg Stuart feels overextended.
1 hour ago
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Review: The Inescapable Vibrations of "Violet"
How LeVar Burton (and Others) Helped Us Get Through the Pandemic
Notable pop culture figures, including the actor LeVar Burton and the K-pop phenomenon BTS, helped people get through Covid – from a distance.
1 hour ago
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How LeVar Burton (and Others) Helped Us Get Through the Pandemic
Six-Figure Artworks, by a Fifth Grader
Andres Valencia's paintings have sold for more than $125,000. And he's 10 years old.
4 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Six-Figure Artworks, by a Fifth Grader
"House of the Dragon," Season 1, Episode 6 Recap: A Scandal Spills Over
This week's episode kicks off the next phase of the story as a long-simmering status quo finally becomes untenable.
18 hours ago
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"House of the Dragon," Season 1, Episode 6 Recap: A Scandal Spills Over
Nancy Hiller, Who Broke a Glass Ceiling in Woodworking, Dies at 63
One of the few women in her profession, she steadily built a quiet but forceful reputation as one of the best cabinetmakers in the country.
18 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Nancy Hiller, Who Broke a Glass Ceiling in Woodworking, Dies at 63
Fall for Dance Review: Some Tap, a Pas de Deux and a Monastic Chorus
The annual smorgasbord at New York City Center features dancers from Music from the Sole, the Bavarian State Ballet and Alvin Ailey.
21 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Fall for Dance Review: Some Tap, a Pas de Deux and a Monastic Chorus
Just Jaeckin, Whose "Emmanuelle" Was a Scandalous Success, Dies at 82
His first film, the story of a young woman's erotic adventures, was initially blocked by French censors but became a runaway hit.
1 day ago
NY Times Arts
Just Jaeckin, Whose "Emmanuelle" Was a Scandalous Success, Dies at 82
A Show With a Cryptic Title but No Code to Crack
"300 el x 50 el x 30 el," the Belgian troupe FC Bergman's ambitious theatrical installation, will open BAM's Next Wave festival with an elaborate set that recreates a rural settlement onstage.
1 day ago
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A Show With a Cryptic Title but No Code to Crack
Stalin Once Banned This Opera in Russia, but Audiences Still Enjoy It
"Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk" by Dmitri Shostakovich, a tale of love and betrayal once banned in Soviet Russia, is returning to the Metropolitan Opera.
1 day ago
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Stalin Once Banned This Opera in Russia, but Audiences Still Enjoy It
On the Edge of Delhi, a Dynamic Cultural Scene Takes Shape
Beneath an ancient tower, contemporary galleries, studios, bars and clubs are popping up in three neighborhoods, drawing art lovers, fashionistas and nightlife seekers.
1 day ago
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On the Edge of Delhi, a Dynamic Cultural Scene Takes Shape
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