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Jun 13, 2024

Idina Menzel Will Return to Broadway in ‘Redwood'
The new musical, about a woman seeking healing, is to arrive early next year.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 13, 2024

‘Shoeshine': Before ‘Bicycle Thieves,' a Tragic Farce
Hailed as a shocker when it opened in 1947, Vittorio De Sica's movie about juvenile delinquency gets an extended run at Film Forum in a new 4K restoration.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 13, 2024

‘Ultraman: Rising' Review: Bringing Up Beastie
A superhero raises a baby monster in this animated film. But the action is dragged down by talky sequences about parental responsibility.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 13, 2024

‘Treasure' Review: Unearthing the Past
Lena Dunham and Stephen Fry star in a Holocaust-memory drama that uneasily doubles as a father-daughter road movie.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 13, 2024

‘Summer Solstice' Review: Through Thick and Thin
A triumph of sensitivity, Noah Schamus's debut feature tracks a rural reunion between old friends struggling to recover their bond.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 13, 2024

‘Reverse the Curse' Review: Baseball Is Life
The writer-director David Duchovny plays a long-suffering Red Sox fan with cancer who may yet live to see the team defeat the Yankees.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 13, 2024

‘Firebrand' Review: Placid Queen
Top-shelf actors and authentic Tudor table-setting fail to quicken this glumly unfocused take on the exploits of Henry VIII's last wife, Katherine Parr.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 13, 2024

How ‘Bridgerton' Makes History
Described by its showrunner as "definitely a fantasy," the hit series relies on a team of historical consultants. Does the show take their advice? Mostly.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 13, 2024

Elden Ring Raised Masochists, and They're Back for More
Influencers who have guided players through an unforgiving world are powering anticipation for the video game's next chapter, Shadow of the Erdtree.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 13, 2024

How Groundbreaking Is Vivian Maier's Photography?
She was a supremely gifted chameleon. But even in her striking new exhibition at Fotografiska, Maier remains in the shadows.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 13, 2024

The Last Picture Show for Fotografiska
It was not a picture-perfect ending for the ambitious private venue, whose building is for sale. The museum is looking for another, with room for pictures and parties.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 13, 2024

How an Artist Became the Queen of Baltimore
Joyce J. Scott's 50-year retrospective at the Baltimore Museum of Art draws inspiration, beauty and humor from her hometown and its people.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 13, 2024

‘Tiger Stripes' Review: A Ferocious Change
Myth and the changes of puberty combine in Amanda Nell Eu's fierce, funny debut feature.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 13, 2024

‘Ride' Review: Heists, Heifers and Hospital Bills
A father and son resort to desperate measures to save an ailing child in this Texas-set dramatic thriller.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 13, 2024

A New Opera Mashes Up Monteverdi and W.E.B. Du Bois
"The Comet/Poppea" radically pares down a classic and blends it with a premiere by George E. Lewis for an original show that will travel widely.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 13, 2024

‘Ghostlight' Review: With Patient Ears, Attend
The film is a gentle, emotional drama about a family struggling to stay together. It's also about the power of theater.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 13, 2024

Latimer House Museum Gets a Glow-Up After Years in the Shadows
The Queens home of the Black inventor who contributed to the invention of the lightbulb gets an overdue makeover.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 13, 2024

This Year's Tony Nominees in Portraits
The Tony Awards are Sunday. Each year we photograph nominated performers and talk to them about their craft. This time, we asked about early theater memories.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 13, 2024

‘Brats' Review: Feeding St. Elmo's Ire
In this documentary, Andrew McCarthy examines fame and disappointment as a member of the so-called Brat Pack of the 1980s.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 13, 2024

A Basket Maker Keeping Alive, and Reinventing, an Ancestral Craft
Mary Jackson, who is featured in museums like the Smithsonian, works in the fiber-arts tradition of the Gullah Geechee of coastal South Carolina.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 13, 2024

Jimmy Fallon Tracks Biden's Summer Abroad
"Yeah, the president is in Italy for the G7 Summit, or as Fox News put it: ‘Biden Flees Country After Hunter Convicted,'" Fallon said.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 12, 2024

Tony Lo Bianco, ‘French Connection' Actor, Is Dead at 87
Once labeled a "natural-born heavy," he shined onscreen and especially onstage, securing a Tony nomination and winning an Obie Award.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 12, 2024

Françoise Hardy: A Life in Photos
The French pop star pulled listeners close and always struck the perfect pose.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 12, 2024

Review: A Glorious ‘Titanic,' Returned From the Depths
Maury Yeston's score, stupendously played and sung, is the star of the final production of an excellent Encores! season at New York City Center.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 12, 2024

Harrison White, Groundbreaking (and Inscrutable) Sociologist, Dies at 94
A theoretical physicist-turned-sociologist, he upended his field by focusing on social networks to explain how society works. His writing was compared to James Joyce's.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 12, 2024

Sony Pictures Acquires Alamo Drafthouse in Lifeline to Cinema Chain
The deal is the first time in half a century that a traditional Hollywood studio will own a movie theater chain.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 12, 2024

Popcast (Deluxe): What's an Aging Rapper to Do?
New songs from Eminem, Drake and J. Cole — plus Will Smith's post-Slap "Bad Boys" comeback — demonstrate different paths for maturing (or not).

NYTimes Arts
Jun 12, 2024

Seattle Repertory Theater Cuts Staff to Refocus on Producing
The institution, Seattle's pre-eminent repertory theater, says it is making the cuts so it can focus its resources on productions.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 12, 2024

‘Inside Out 2' Review: A Charming Sequel to the 2015 Hit
Anxiety meets Joy in Pixar's eager, predictably charming sequel to its innovative 2015 hit. Sadness is still around, too, as are Fear and Disgust.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 12, 2024

‘Inside Out 2' Review: PUBERTY! OMG! LOL! IYKYK!
Anxiety meets Joy in Pixar's eager, predictably charming sequel to its innovative 2015 hit. Sadness is still around, too, as are Fear and Disgust.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 12, 2024

Art Basel Opens to Safe Sales and Fears of a Weaker Market
At the prestigious fair, doing business at what one mega-dealer calls a "more human pace" can just mean "slower" for smaller galleries.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 12, 2024

He's Got Baby Fever: A Trans Choreographer's Surrogacy Journey
Ashley R.T. Yergens's "Surrogate," premiering at New York Live Arts this week, explores how trans men experience pregnancy and I.V.F.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 12, 2024

The Apollo Theater Celebrates Its 90th Anniversary With Usher, Babyface and More
Gov. Kathy Hochul, Babyface, Jordin Sparks and more gathered in Harlem on Tuesday night to celebrate the theater's 90th anniversary.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 12, 2024

Listen to 8 Songs From the Bewitching Françoise Hardy
From her start in the yé-yé 1960s to the depths she plumbed as a singer-songwriter, Hardy, who died Tuesday, continued to entrance new generations of listeners.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 12, 2024

For These Games, a Release Date Is Just the Beginning
More and more video games are building player bases with perpetual updates and seasonal content. Fans of Destiny 2 just completed a 10-year story arc.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 12, 2024

Françoise Hardy, Moody French Pop Star, Dies at 80
With hit songs, a longilineal look and an understated personality, she incarnated a 1960s cool still treasured by the French.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 12, 2024

What to Know Before ‘Bridgerton' Season 3, Part 2
Colin Bridgerton and Penelope Featherington are on their way to a happy ending — but Lady Whistledown is still a huge barrier in this "friends to lovers" story.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 12, 2024

Jessica Lange and Paula Vogel on Breaking, and Keeping, the Family Contract
In the Tony-nominated "Mother Play," the writer conjures warm memories and thorny ones, not to judge her mother, but to understand — and to forgive.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 12, 2024

All in the Details: Tony-Nominated Set Designers on Getting It Right
For this year's nominees, some of their most rewarding — and realistic — work was in the smaller details.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 12, 2024

Julius Rodriguez Fuses Styles on ‘Evergreen'
The multi-instrumentalist Julius Rodriguez hones a bigger, more audacious sound on his second album, "Evergreen."

NYTimes Arts
Jun 12, 2024

The Miniature Secrets of Championship Rings
More diamonds isn't enough. One jeweler is wowing sports teams with reversible faces and detachable compartments.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 12, 2024

Late Night Riffs on Hunter Biden's Guilty Verdict
"Wow, frankly, I'm shocked — we're actually enforcing gun laws in America," Jordan Klepper said on Tuesday's "Daily Show."

NYTimes Arts
Jun 11, 2024

Officials Condemn Protest Outside Exhibit Memorializing Oct. 7 Victims
Anti-Israel demonstrators gathered outside the exhibition in New York that honors people at a music festival in Israel who were killed in the Hamas attack.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 11, 2024

Norman Carol, Violinist in Historic Concert in China, Is Dead at 95
The concertmaster and first-chair violinist with the Philadelphia Orchestra for decades, he took part in a diplomatic breakthrough in 1973 with concerts in Mao Zedong's Beijing.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 11, 2024

Officials Condemn Protest Outside Exhibit About Oct. 7 Killings
A protest outside an exhibition in New York about the people killed by Hamas at a music festival in southern Israel drew criticism from elected officials.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 11, 2024

Robert De Niro Doesn't Mind Being Celebrated
Blake Lively, Jude Law, Selma Blair and many more turned out for the Tribeca Film Festival's annual artists dinner, ahead of a weekend devoted to Mr. De Niro's work.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 11, 2024

Ben Potter, YouTuber Known as Comicstorian, Dies at 40
Mr. Potter narrated the epic sagas of popular comic book heroes and villains on his channel Comicstorian.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 11, 2024

Ben Potter, Who Voiced Popular Comic Books on YouTube, Dies at 40
Mr. Potter narrated the epic sagas of popular comic book heroes and villains on his channel Comicstorian.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 11, 2024

Young Thug Lawyer Clashes With Judge in Chaotic Gang Case
Brian Steel, a lawyer for the Atlanta rapper, was ordered to serve 10 weekends in jail after a dispute with the judge, further complicating a messy gang conspiracy trial.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 11, 2024

Can Art Save the World? Or Is That Too Much to Ask?
At the Art for Tomorrow conference in Venice, participants debated topics like art's role in a just world and the good and dangerous effects of A.I.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 11, 2024

For These Pritzker-Winning Women Architects, It's a Time of ‘Catching Up'
Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara of Dublin's Grafton Architects are forging a path in an industry that continues to be dominated by men.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 11, 2024

How Venice Might Remake Itself as a Contemporary Art Hub
As tourists flood the lagoon city, Venice has suffered something of an identity crisis. Looking ahead, might art light the way forward?

NYTimes Arts
Jun 11, 2024

A Jean Cocteau Show in Venice Explores the Maverick's Legacy
The new exhibition at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection includes drawings of nude men and a large-scale work done in pencil, chalk, crayon and blood.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 11, 2024

Four Tops Singer Sues Hospital Over Being Put in Restraints
The lawsuit by Alexander Morris, who joined the group six years ago, said the staff thought he was "delusional" when he told them he was in the Motown band.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 11, 2024

Rock Around the Clock: 8 Songs About Very Specific Times of Day
Hear tracks by the Strokes, beabadoobee, Normani and more.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 11, 2024

‘Presumed Innocent' Review: Jake Gyllenhaal Steps In for Harrison Ford
Jake Gyllenhaal steps in for Harrison Ford in a new, highly strung adaptation of Scott Turow's legal thriller for Apple TV .

NYTimes Arts
Jun 11, 2024

Disney's Splash Mountain Set to Reopen With Princess Tiana Theme
The ride was closed last year because of its connection to a racist film. Disney overhauled it to focus on Tiana, Disney's first Black princess, drawing praise and backlash.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 11, 2024

Mitsuko Uchida Keeps the Focus on Young Artists at Ojai
Mitsuko Uchida appeared every night at her edition of the Ojai Music Festival. The rest of the time was given to other performers.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 11, 2024

Hello, Dolley? Earliest Known Photograph of a First Lady Comes to Auction
Sotheby's is offering a recently surfaced 1846 daguerreotype of Dolley Madison, who is credited with inventing the role of first lady.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 11, 2024

Watch Glen Powell and Adria Arjona Fight and Flirt in ‘Hit Man'
The director Richard Linklater narrates a pivotal sequence from his rom-com thriller.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 11, 2024

When Vienna's Opera Tradition Got Too Traditional, They Stepped In
Bogdan Roscic and Lotte de Beer are shaking the dust off Vienna's two biggest repertory companies.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 11, 2024

On Broadway, ‘Suffs' Has a New Tune (and 6 Tony Nominations)
A reworked opening number, less historical bulk and a general push to "have fun with these women" helped a musical find its way.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 11, 2024

Santana and Rob Thomas's ‘Smooth' at 25
Santana's track featuring Rob Thomas turns 25 this week. Why is it still a rock blockbuster?

NYTimes Arts
Jun 11, 2024

‘Hit Man' | Anatomy of a Scene
Richard Linklater, the director of "Hit Man," narrates a pivotal sequence from his film, starring Glen Powell and Adria Arjona.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 11, 2024

Late Night Rips Trump's First Meeting With Probation Officer
"Things got off to a rough start when Trump offered the probation officer $130,000," Jimmy Fallon joked.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 10, 2024

Amid Outcry, Academy Museum to Revise Exhibit on Hollywood's Jewish Roots
When the museum first opened, it was criticized for omitting Hollywood's Jewish pioneers. Now it is under fire for what its new exhibit says about them.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 10, 2024

Academy Museum to Revise Exhibit on Hollywood's Jewish Founders
When the museum first opened, it was criticized for omitting Hollywood's Jewish pioneers. Now it is under fire for what its new exhibit says about them.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 10, 2024

No One Told the Cows Not to Lick the Artwork
The Basel Social Club is a rebellious alternative to the more buttoned-up art fair that descends on the Swiss city of Basel each year.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 10, 2024

‘Wedding Day at the Cro-Magnons'' Review: A Bittersweet Premiere
An Arabic production of Wajdi Mouawad's 1991 work, planned to open in Lebanon, was canceled because of his perceived ties to Israel. It found a home in France.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 10, 2024

The Constant Metamorphosis of Nona Hendryx
"Lady Marmalade," her hit with Labelle, is turning 50. She's nearing 80. But the singer, designer and technologist isn't slowing down. She's entering a new virtual world.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 10, 2024

Bluestockings, Hakim's, Red Emma's: How Did These Bookstores Build Movements?
The pandemic fueled a boom in social justice movements and indie bookstores. The two come together in these worker-owned shops.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 10, 2024

Taylor Swift Bests K-Pop Band to Stay No. 1 for Seventh Week
Swift's ‘The Tortured Poets Department' held off Ateez's ‘Golden Hour: Part.1.' The singer-songwriter Shaboozey opened at No. 5.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 10, 2024

How ‘The Outsiders' Staged a Broadway Fight Club
To produce this Tony-nominated show's climactic rumble, the creators, cast and crew gave it everything they've got.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 10, 2024

A Cave Explorer Died 99 Years Ago. Now His Story Is Broadway Bound.
"Floyd Collins," a musical about a trapped spelunker and the media circus surrounding his failed rescue, had a brief Off Broadway run in 1996.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 10, 2024

Jill Ciment's New Memoir Revisits Her Affair With a Much Older Man
Jill Ciment's 1996 memoir "Half a Life" described her teenage affair with the man she eventually married. Her new memoir, "Consent," dramatically revises some details.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 10, 2024

Susan Jaffe Wants to Build a New Era at American Ballet Theater
"We have to really become creative about everything we do," said Jaffe, as the company works to address financial woes and carve a modern identity.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 10, 2024

What's on TV This Week: Celine Dion and the Stanley Cup Finals
The pop star does her first interview on NBC since her stiff person syndrome diagnosis. And the Oilers and the Panthers compete in the pro hockey championship.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 09, 2024

Debby Lee Cohen, Who Helped Prune Plastic From Schools, Dies at 64
Her successful campaign against foam lunch trays in New York City led to similar city and statewide bans — and taught a group of fifth graders how to take on City Hall.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 09, 2024

Jean-Philippe Allard, Jazz Producer and Musicians' Advocate, Dies at 67
He called himself a "professional listener," and he tended to develop lifelong relationships with the artists he worked with.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 09, 2024

In ‘Dark Noon,' Hollywood Westerns Get a South African Reboot
At St. Ann's Warehouse, a collaboration between a Danish director and a South African troupe that questions the tropes of Western films.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 09, 2024

Review: ‘Inside Light' Gives a Taste of Stockhausen's Opera Epic
At the Park Avenue Armory, a five-hour selection of pieces from the 29-hour "Licht" cycle is best appreciated as a marathon performance.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 09, 2024

What Hochul's Move to Pause Congestion Pricing in NYC Says About Leadership
The city was built on bold ideas. Suddenly Gov. Kathy Hochul paused a game-changing plan to fight congestion. Can we still do big things in a polarized moment?

NYTimes Arts
Jun 09, 2024

The Animosity Tour and Other Promotional Movie Campaigns We Love
For Jennifer Lopez, Sterling K. Brown, Dakota Johnson and others, the standard publicity push isn't so standard anymore.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 09, 2024

25 Years Ago, ‘Hannibal' Marked the Rise of a New Kind of Blockbuster
Thomas Harris's book came at a pivotal moment: One of the last smash hits of the '90s, it was also one of the first big releases of the hyper-speed, hyper-opinionated internet era.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 09, 2024

Reality TV or Court TV? Lawsuits Test Limits of Outrageous Behavior
Popular shows including "Love Is Blind," the "Real Housewives" universe and "Vanderpump Rules" are being challenged in court amid a changing legal landscape.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 09, 2024

Adria Arjona on ‘Hit Man' and How the Production Surprised Her
The actress, who stars with Glen Powell, said that with the contract-killer movie, her ideas were finally valued in a writer's room.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 08, 2024

Jürgen Moltmann, Theologian Who Confronted Auschwitz, Is Dead at 98
He drew on his experiences as a German soldier during World War II to construct transformative ideas about God, Jesus and salvation.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 08, 2024

Howard University Votes to Revoke Sean Combs's Honorary Degree
In a unanimous decision, the university's board of trustees also moved to disband a scholarship in Mr. Combs's name amid investigations into abuse allegations.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 08, 2024

George Clooney Complained to White House About Biden's Criticism of I.C.C.
The actor contacted a top official to protest the president's denunciation of the move to seek arrest warrants for top Israeli officials over the war in Gaza, a case his wife worked on.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 08, 2024

Jürgen Moltmann, Who Reconciled Religion With Suffering, Dies at 98
Considered one of the leading Christian theologians of the 20th century, he insisted that any established set of beliefs had to confront the implications of Auschwitz.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 08, 2024

Scare Easily? These 2 Thrillers Are Worth It.
Complicated sisters; messy neighbors.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 08, 2024

Stand-Up Comics Are Divided Over the Growing Presence of Crowd Work
Crowd work has grown more common, with some comedians now focusing their acts on it and sharing clips of their exchanges with audience members. But some comics say it takes away from the craft.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 08, 2024

Pride Month 2024: An Abundance of Theater of All Stripes
From Broadway to the city's smaller stages, a flurry of shows with wide-ranging appeal, familiar faces and rising talent.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 08, 2024

Can Big Art Make It in Las Vegas? Urs Fischer Weighs In.
The desert entertainment mecca is "artificial, but in a good way," says the Swiss artist. His 46-foot-tall, gold-leaf sculpture is the city's latest addition.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 08, 2024

Maya Hawke Doesn't Want to Let the Vibe Die
She just finished playing Flannery O'Connor and released a new album. Next up: "Inside Out 2" and a new season of "Stranger Things."

NYTimes Arts
Jun 07, 2024

Pat Sajak Bids Farewell to ‘Wheel of Fortune': ‘The Time Has Come to Say Goodbye'
The host thanked the show's viewers and had special words for his co-star, Vanna White, before he signed off for the final time.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 07, 2024

‘Doctor Who' Episode 6 Recap: A Charming Rogue
The Doctor and Ruby head back to Regency England in a meta meditation on cosplay and obsessive TV fandom.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 07, 2024

Jeannette Charles, Who Doubled for the Queen, Is Dead at 96
She bore a startling resemblance to Elizabeth II. In "The Naked Gun" and other movies, and in comedy sketches on TV, she wore the crown lightly.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 07, 2024

My Starting Five Songs From Boston and Dallas
Catch the N.B.A. Finals spirit with Erykah Badu, Pixies, Kelly Clarkson and more.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 07, 2024

Plant and Krauss Cover a Led Zeppelin Classic, and 12 More New Songs
Hear tracks by Soccer Mommy, Tems, Floating Points and others.

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