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Dec 06, 2022

Natural History Museum Names College Leader as New Chief
Sean M. Decatur, the president of Kenyon College and a biophysical chemist, will become the museum's first Black leader when he succeeds Ellen V. Futter.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 06, 2022

A Trans Icon of the 20th Century Revived by Trans Stars of the 21st Century
The documentary "Framing Agnes" uses transcripts to tell the story of an anonymous woman who became the subject of a series of landmark interviews.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 06, 2022

How to Mint a Holiday Hit
Grabbing a piece of the lucrative holiday market requires planning, luck and the occasional battle with a seasoned superstar like Mariah Carey.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 06, 2022

‘The Brightest Thing in the World' Review: Falling in Love, While Loving Heroin
An addiction and recovery tale wrapped in a romantic comedy, Leah Nanako Winkler's play insists on acknowledging the messy coexistence of joy and pain.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 06, 2022

Michelle Dorrance's Former Student Takes Over as Composer
After years of friendship and collaboration, Aaron Marcellus is writing the music for a new dance by Michelle Dorrance, his former tap teacher.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 06, 2022

Review: In ‘Orlando,' Emma Corrin Straddles Genders and Centuries
In a freewheeling London adaptation of Virginia Woolf's 1928 novel, Corrin plays a character whose emotions are as fluid as their identity.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 06, 2022

‘Stomp' to Close in New York in January
The long-running stage show has been a part of the city's theatrical landscape for nearly 29 years.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 06, 2022

The Joyce Announces a Diverse Spring Season
The 16 weeks of programming will feature new and returning dance companies from the United States and around the world.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 06, 2022

Book Review: ‘The McCartney Legacy' by Allan Kozinn and Adrian Sinclair
"The McCartney Legacy" follows the superstar from the last gasp of the Beatles to "Band on the Run." It's 700 pages — and only the first volume planned.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 06, 2022

In ‘Willow,' Warwick Davis Revives the ‘Role That Gave Me Everything'
The 1988 film "Willow" turned Davis into a "proper actor," he said, and changed his life. A new series on Disney picks up the story decades later.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 06, 2022

Curse Words Around the World Have Something in Common (We Swear)
These four sounds are missing from some of the seven words you can never say on television, and the pattern prevails in other languages too, researchers say.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 06, 2022

Sleigh Bells Ring, Everyone's Streaming: Christmas Music Is Back
Grabbing a piece of the lucrative holiday market requires planning, luck and the occasional battle with a seasoned superstar like Mariah Carey.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 06, 2022

The Met Takes a Deep Dive Into van Gogh's Cypress Trees
Forty landmark paintings and drawings by the Dutch master include "The Starry Night" — on loan from MoMA — and "Wheat Field With Cypresses."

NYTimes Arts
Dec 06, 2022

Best Movies of 2022
Amid endless agonizing over the State of Cinema, the actual releases proved a bounty for film lovers, whether fans of the art house or the multiplex.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 06, 2022

Is This Elephant Bothering You?
"Pests," by Bethany Brookshire, examines our relationships with the animals we've come to loathe. It's not just the usual suspects — rats, pigeons and rabbits.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 06, 2022

10 Stages and Screens Where I Saw Connection
For our critic-at-large, "Fat Ham," "Severance," "A Strange Loop" and "Sandman" were some of the places she found truth and transcendence.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 06, 2022

11 Ways I Escaped Reality This Year
Our critic was haunted, in a good way, by the performances she saw in movies, theater and TV that offered glimpses into other worlds.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 06, 2022

Trevor Noah Takes on Trump's Attempt to Terminate the Constitution
"There was no proof of a conspiracy to help defeat Donald Trump," Noah said. "But you know who doesn't care about any of that? Donald Trump."

NYTimes Arts
Dec 05, 2022

Kirstie Alley, Emmy-Winning ‘Cheers' Actress, Dies at 71
She also starred in the NBC sitcom "Veronica's Closet," which aired from 1997 to 2000.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 05, 2022

Review: ‘The Far Country' Brings a Neglected History Closer
Early 20th-century San Francisco and Guangdong, China, overlap in Lloyd Suh's artful examination of the emotional price of immigration.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 05, 2022

Review: ‘A Beautiful Noise' Spotlights a Morose Neil Diamond
In the new Broadway show, Will Swenson plays the superstar, who seems perpetually dissatisfied, as if on a quest — but for what?

NYTimes Arts
Dec 05, 2022

Man Is Sentenced to 21 Years in Shooting of Lady Gaga's Dog Walker
Two of the singer's French bulldogs were stolen during the attack in Hollywood last year, during which her dog walker was shot in the chest, the police said.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 05, 2022

Taylor Swift Holds at No. 1 as Christmas Music Returns to the Charts
"Midnights" and "Anti-Hero" top the Billboard 200 and Hot 100, but nostalgic favorites are starting to arrive in force.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 05, 2022

F. Murray Abraham Would Make ‘The White Lotus' All Over Again
The buzzy series is one of several featuring the actor, who at 83 is finding some of the most satisfying work of his career. "I still am thrilled by acting," he said.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 05, 2022

Paul Pelosi Is Cheered at Kennedy Honors in Public Return After Attack
The ceremony honored the rock band U2, the singer Gladys Knight, the actor George Clooney, the composer Tania León and the singer-songwriter Amy Grant.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 05, 2022

‘Fat Ham,' a Pulitzer-Winning Riff on ‘Hamlet,' Is Broadway-Bound
The play, by James Ijames, will be at the American Airlines Theater starting March 21.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 05, 2022

Music Inspired by Notre-Dame Fire Wins a Top Prize
The British composer Julian Anderson won the prestigious Grawemeyer Award for "Litanies," a meditation for cello and orchestra.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 05, 2022

Gary Oldman Found James Dean and His Wife at a Gallery
The Oscar-winning star of "Slow Horses" on Apple TV likes comedians in dramas, makes photos the hard way and is still discovering the Beatles.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 05, 2022

Book Review: ‘A Private Spy: The Letters of John le Carré'
"A Private Spy," a collection of the British writer's letters, offers glimpses of unguarded moments and ruffled feathers.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 05, 2022

Paul Pelosi Cheered at Kennedy Honors in Public Return After Attack
The ceremony honored the rock band U2, the singer Gladys Knight, the actor George Clooney, the composer Tania León and the singer-songwriter Amy Grant.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 05, 2022

Best Theater of 2022
In a time of renewed awakening, a surprising number of shows smartly reflected those changes in song.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 05, 2022

Best Comedy of 2022
Stand-up specials like "Rothaniel" pushed boundaries this year, and Netflix's financial setbacks could mean that its dominance in comedy is slowing.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 05, 2022

What's on TV This Week: ‘His Dark Materials' and the People's Choice Awards
The third and final season of "His Dark Materials" begins on HBO. And the 2022 People's Choice Awards air on NBC.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 04, 2022

Bob McGrath, Longtime ‘Sesame Street' Star, Dies at 90
He was an original cast member who, for nearly half a century, played a sweater-clad and easygoing music teacher who dispensed advice.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 04, 2022

Review: ‘A Beautiful Noise' Makes for a Morose Neil Diamond Musical
In the new Broadway show, Will Swenson plays the superstar, who seems perpetually dissatisfied, as if on a quest — but for what?

NYTimes Arts
Dec 04, 2022

Review: ‘Becky Nurse of Salem' Brings the Witches but Forgets the Magic
Deirdre O'Connell shines as a modern-day descendant of an accused witch in Sarah Ruhl's unfocused new play at Lincoln Center.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 04, 2022

‘Are You in Your Feelings?' Review: The Ups and Downs of Love
At Kyle Abraham's premiere for Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater at New York City Center, dancers find intimacy in songs by Erykah Badu and Jazmine Sullivan.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 04, 2022

The Word of the Year Goes Goblin Mode
With the slang term beating out "metaverse" and "#IStandWith," has the publisher behind the Oxford English Dictionary lost it like the rest of us?

NYTimes Arts
Dec 04, 2022

Bernadette Mayer, Poet Who Celebrated the Ordinary, Dies at 77
A New York writer and artist who found inspiration in the countryside, she used experimental forms to celebrate mundane pleasures.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 04, 2022

Review: The Met Opera's Grand Old ‘Aida' Isn't Dead Yet
But opening night of the huge production's final run, shakily cast, presented a show that seemed to be begging to retire.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 04, 2022

‘S.N.L.' Mocks Herschel Walker, and Host KeKe Palmer Reveals She's Pregnant
Also this week: The episode host, Keke Palmer, revealed that she is pregnant and Kenan Thompson reunited with his old TV partner, Kel Mitchell.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 04, 2022

‘S.N.L.' Mocks Herschel Walker Ahead of Georgia's Senate Vote
Also this week: The episode host, Keke Palmer, revealed that she is pregnant and Kenan Thompson reunited with his old TV partner, Kel Mitchell.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 03, 2022

Aline Kominsky-Crumb, Pioneering Comics Memoirist, Dies at 74
Her autobiographical cartoons — confessional, sexualized and self-deprecating — were considered the first by a woman in underground comics.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 03, 2022

Owner Parts With Rare Emerald From 1622 Shipwreck to Help Ukraine
The gem, recovered from the Nuestra Señora de Atocha, ended up in the possession of the chicken magnate Frank Perdue. His widow, Mitzi Perdue, is auctioning it to support humanitarian efforts in Ukraine.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 03, 2022

Discussing the ‘Fat Suit' at ‘The Whale' Premiere
More than 100 actors, singers and creative professionals attended the New York premiere of Darren Aronofsky's new film at Alice Tully Hall this week. Some of them shared their thoughts.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 03, 2022

John Prados, Master of Uncovering Government Secrets, Dies at 71
An "archives rat," he was expert at digging through declassified materials to tell new stories about America's military history.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 03, 2022

Widow Parts With Rare Emerald From 1622 Shipwreck to Help Ukraine
The gem, recovered from the Nuestra Señora de Atocha, ended up in the possession of the chicken magnate Frank Perdue. His widow, Mitzi Perdue, is auctioning it to support humanitarian efforts in Ukraine.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 03, 2022

Bad Ideas, Senior Living and Scenic Transgressions
Our critic recommends old and new books.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 03, 2022

Astra Magazine Had Creative Freedom and a Budget. It Wasn't Enough.
The literary journal attracted great names. Its issues sold out. And then it was over — a fate that offers insight into the tenuous place of literary magazines in the American publishing landscape.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

Suspect in Shooting of Rapper Takeoff Arrested on Murder Charge in Houston
The Houston Police said that Patrick Xavier Clark, 33, was being charged with murder, and that Takeoff had been an "innocent bystander."

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

Suspect Arrested in Killing of Takeoff, the Migos Rapper
The Houston Police said that Patrick Xavier Clark, 33, was being charged with murder, and that Takeoff had been an "innocent bystander."

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

Gabriel Byrne Reflects on the End of His Broadway Show, and Tells T a Joke
‘Walking With Ghosts,' which closed Nov. 20, allowed the Irish actor to showcase his passion for the humor of everyday life.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

An Exhibition Exalts the Book as a Bedrock of Cultural Memory
A new exhibition, drawn from the collection of Rare Book School, offers a sweeping history of the tools and techniques behind this most durable, and changeable, of cultural artifacts.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

‘Ain't No Mo'' Review: After Great Tribulation, an Exodus of Black Citizens
In Jordan E. Cooper's biting satire, Black Americans descended from slaves are offered one-way airfare to Africa.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

Review: Dancing to Tears for Fears, Until They're Worn Out
The Israeli choreographer Emanuel Gat presents "LOVETRAIN2020," a work set to hits by the British duo, for his company's Brooklyn Academy of Music debut.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

Christmas Horror Movies to Watch After ‘Violent Night'
With the release of "Violent Night," here's a guide to streaming genre films that feature a not-always-jolly St. Nick.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

When Santa Slays: Holiday Genre Movies
With the release of "Violent Night," here's a guide to streaming genre films that feature a not-always-jolly St. Nick.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

Review: J'Nai Bridges Brings Her Splendid Sound to an Eclectic Recital
The mezzo-soprano J'Nai Bridges performed at the 92nd Street Y, joined by the pianist Mark Markham and the Catalyst Quartet.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

Brad William Henke, N.F.L. Player Who Turned to Acting, Dies at 56
A defensive lineman who played for the Denver Broncos, he later appeared in "Orange Is the New Black," "Dexter" and "Lost."

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

A History of Nightcore, the Sped-Up Remixes All Over TikTok
Thomas S. Nilsen and Steffen Ojala Soderholm made songs with superfast tempos and high-pitched vocals for a school project. They were shocked to learn their "nightcore" sound had gone global.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

TikTok Is Filled With Sped-Up Remixes. Two Norwegians Pioneered Them.
Thomas S. Nilsen and Steffen Ojala Soderholm made songs with superfast tempos and high-pitched vocals for a school project. They were shocked to learn their "nightcore" sound had gone global.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

Freddie Roman, Who Brought Catskill Comedy to Broadway, Dies at 85
Bored with selling shoes, he became a comedian in the 1960s and later conceived the hit show "Catskills on Broadway." He was also the longtime dean of the Friars Club.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

‘The Whale' Premier in NYC Inspired Strong Reactions
More than 100 actors, singers and creative professionals attended the New York premiere of Darren Aronofsky's new film at Alice Tully Hall this week. Some of them shared their thoughts.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

‘The Whale' Premiere in NYC Inspired Strong Reactions
More than 100 actors, singers and creative professionals attended the New York premiere of Darren Aronofsky's new film at Alice Tully Hall this week. Some of them shared their thoughts.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

Julia Reichert, Documentarian of the Working Class, Dies at 76
She took home, to Ohio, a 2019 Oscar for "American Factory," and in a long career teaching and making films, she paid special attention to working women.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

10 New Christmas Movies Streaming on Netflix, HBO Max and More
With so many Christmas movies to stream this season, which ones are quality nuggets and which are lumps of coal?

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

A Very Streaming Christmas
With so many Christmas movies to stream this season, which ones are quality nuggets and which are lumps of coal?

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

For Emma Corrin, Identity Is an Ever-Evolving Project
Onscreen and off, the nonbinary star of "Lady Chatterley's Lover" and "The Crown" has been exploring gender and the cost and responsibility of being heard.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

Review: A Shostakovich Symphony Finally Reaches the Philharmonic
The composer's 12th, from 1961, is being played by the orchestra for the first time under the conductor Rafael Payare, also making his debut.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

Coi Leray Borrows a Hip-Hop Classic, and 8 More New Songs
Hear tracks by Ethel Cain, PinkPantheress, 100 gecs and others.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

Watch Santa Throw a Punch in ‘Violent Night'
The director Tommy Wirkola narrates an action sequence from his new film, which stars David Harbour as Santa Claus.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

‘Violent Night' | Anatomy of a Scene
The director Tommy Wirkola narrates a sequence from his film starring David Harbour.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

Five Action Movies to Stream Now
From gangsters on boats to maniacal clowns on rampages, this month's action picks pack a wallop.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

‘Class Issues' Exhibit in Berlin Broaches a Tough Art-World Topic
An exhibition in Berlin shines a light on class, showing how social and financial inequality affect how art gets made, sold and displayed.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

‘The Crown' Could Have Damaged Charles. Becoming King Has Helped.
The latest season of the Netflix drama depicts Charles's contentious divorce from Diana, but in Britain, several prominent figures and the news media have rallied behind him.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

New York City Ballet's Sterling Hyltin Prepares for a Final Bow
After a season of saying farewell to cherished roles, the City Ballet principal Sterling Hyltin prepares to take her final bow in "The Nutcracker."

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

Kornel Mundruczo Brings Powerful Imagery to Wagner and Film
Kornel Mundruczo's varied career has included the Oscar-nominated movie "Pieces of a Woman," stage productions across Europe and now, "Lohengrin."

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

Doing It Again: Spears Songs and Fairy Tale Characters, Now for Broadway
"Once Upon a One More Time" plans to open on Broadway next summer.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

Courtroom Drama: New Legal Battle Over ‘To Kill a Mockingbird'
Three years ago a new Broadway play based on the classic Harper Lee novel tried to prevent regional stagings of an earlier dramatization. Now, the roles are reversed.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

Frederick Swann, Master of the Pipe Organ, Is Dead at 91
He drew the best from complex instruments at Riverside Church in Manhattan, at countless recitals and on the "Hour of Power" TV show.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

Miguel Tomasín, el baterista que muestra otro universo musical
Tiene una banda que ha lanzado más de 100 discos y es uno de los pocos músicos profesionales con síndrome Down. Ha llamado la atención hacia la visión artística de las personas con discapacidades.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

At 91, Adrienne Kennedy Is Finally on Broadway. What Took So Long?
The playwright behind "Ohio State Murders," opening this month, has a theory as to why: "It's because I'm a Black woman."

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

At 26, the Conductor Klaus Mäkelä's Star Keeps Rising
Having assumed the podium of three major orchestras and appeared on the world's prestigious stages, he debuts next at the New York Philharmonic.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

For Centuries, Michaelina Wautier's Art Was Forgotten, or Credited to Men. No More.
The work of Michaelina Wautier, a 17th century artist, was long overlooked. She is belatedly gaining recognition as an old master, as the first U.S. show of her work opens in Boston.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

Here Are the Best Dance Performances of 2022
After a few slow, sad years, the dance calendar returned to something like abundance, with standout shows that leaned into joy and community.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules' Review: Oh, Brother
The beloved children's book series receives another film installment.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 02, 2022

Stephen Colbert Asks Santa to Put Mike Lindell in Charge of the G.O.P.
"Dear Santa, I have been a very good boy this year," Colbert said to his Christmas Wish Cam about the MyPillow C.E.O.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 01, 2022

Dumping of ‘Green Book' Actor's Body Leads to Corpse-Hiding Charge
Frank Vallelonga Jr., whose father's story was the basis for the Oscar-winning film, was found dead in the Bronx this week.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 01, 2022

Kanye West's Deal to Buy Parler Unravels
The parent company of Parler, a social media service popular with right-wing audiences, said it had "mutually agreed with Ye" to end the deal.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 01, 2022

Art Brewer, Leading Photographer of Surfers, Is Dead at 71
A surfer from a young age, he began publishing his pictures when he was a teenager and became renowned for both his action shots and his portraits.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 01, 2022

Stream These 13 Movies Before They Leave Netflix This Month
The end of the year brings the end of many licensing agreements for streaming services, so load up your queues now.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 01, 2022

Amber Heard Seeks New Defamation Trial After Losing to Johnny Depp
Ms. Heard's lawyers argue in their appeal that the trial was held in the wrong state, and that the judge erred in prohibiting evidence they say supports her claims of domestic abuse.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 01, 2022

How Much Watching Time Do You Have This Weekend?
Our critic recommends a new Canadian mystery show that has punch and panache and a bleakly beautiful animated drama.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 01, 2022

2022: The Year in Atlanta Rap
The country's most influential hip-hop scene has weathered a period of extraordinary upheaval. A look back at happened, and what's next.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 01, 2022

‘The Eternal Daughter' Review: Two Glorious Sides of Tilda Swinton
The actress astonishes in two roles in Joanna Hogg's haunting film set in a creaky castle in Wales.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 01, 2022

‘Casablanca' and the Romance of the Refugee
A showcase of memorabilia at the Neue Galerie spotlights the Central European exiles who crafted Hollywood's great wartime love story.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 01, 2022

Art Basel 2022: Masks Off, Wallets Out
On the 20th anniversary of Art Basel Miami Beach, its largest edition yet, the two Miamis — its emerging artists and its big collectors — meet across the gap.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 01, 2022

Dramatizing the Story of a Gay Mid-Century Tattoo Artist Who Was So Much More
"Underneath the Skin," a theater piece by John Kelly, meditates on the life of Samuel Steward, who always lived boldly when others dared not.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 01, 2022

A Guide to NYC Holiday Events: Live Music, Theater, Lights and More
A guide to seasonal events across the city, including music for all ages and the lighting of two 32-foot menorahs.

NYTimes Arts
Dec 01, 2022

‘Emancipation' Review: Will Smith in a Brutal Journey
The actor stars in this Civil War-era drama directed by Antoine Fuqua and inspired by a shocking photograph of an enslaved man.

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