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The Choreographed Cacophony of ‘Ferryman’

The Choreographed Cacophony of ‘Ferryman’

"The Ferryman" employs both a live goose and rabbit for the show, keeping the animal handler Rochelle Scudder, left, very busy.

Review: ‘Good Girls’ Offers Equal Time for Antiheroines

Review: ‘Good Girls’ Offers Equal Time for Antiheroines

In “Good Girls,” Christina Hendricks, Retta and Mae Whitman are three women with with money trouble that can’t be solved within the bounds of lawful behavior.

Oneohtrix Point Never’s Quest to Make Music That Freaks People Out

Oneohtrix Point Never’s Quest to Make Music That Freaks People Out

“The dumber the thing is, the more excitement I get from imagining a very complex world of truth around it,” Mr. Lopatin said.

Dream Logic: Hiro Murai on the Look of ‘Atlanta’

Dream Logic: Hiro Murai on the Look of ‘Atlanta’

Donald Glover stayed in prosthetic makeup between takes as the titular recluse in the “Teddy Perkins” episode of “Atlanta,” which ends its second season on FX on Thursday.

What’s So Funny About Orthodox Judaism? This Comic Has One Answer

What’s So Funny About Orthodox Judaism? This Comic Has One Answer

Ashley Blaker, an ultra-Orthodox Jew from England, onstage in “Strictly Unorthodox,” at the Theater Center in Times Square.

How Neko Case Finally Unleashed Her Feminist Rage

How Neko Case Finally Unleashed Her Feminist Rage

Neko Case’s seventh solo album, “Hell-On,” is an attempt to confront challenges she has faced simply by being a woman, and a celebration of the internal power she was able to unlock.

Celebrities Love Old Masters, but Will Collectors Fall for Them?

Celebrities Love Old Masters, but Will Collectors Fall for Them?

The fashion designer Victoria Beckham in her London store during an exhibition ahead of a Sotheby’s auction of old master pictures. The portrait of a lady behind her, attributed to an artist from the “circle of Leonardo da Vinci,” sold for 550,000 pounds, or almost $730,000.

The Story of ‘the Most Underrated Composer in History’

The Story of ‘the Most Underrated Composer in History’

A scene from American Ballet Theater’s 2016 production of “The Golden Cockerel,” with music by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, the subject of this year’s Bard Music Festival.

Over 16 Years, Simon Rattle Transformed the Berlin Philharmonic. Here’s How.

Over 16 Years, Simon Rattle Transformed the Berlin Philharmonic. Here’s How.

Simon Rattle, who is stepping down after 16 years as chief conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic, conducting a horn flashmob last month during a day of free events at the orchestra’s hall, the Philharmonie.

‘American Horror Story’ Season 5, Episode 5: We Have Two Selves

‘American Horror Story’ Season 5, Episode 5: We Have Two Selves

Chloe Sevigny in "American Horror Story: Hotel"

Art Owned by La Salle University Headed for Auction at Christie’s

Art Owned by La Salle University Headed for Auction at Christie’s

“The Tomb of Virgil at Posilipo, near Naples,” by Hubert Robert is one of the 46 works to be sold by La Salle University.

How ‘Chappelle’s Show’ and ‘The Boondocks’ Kept Us Laughing at R. Kelly

How ‘Chappelle’s Show’ and ‘The Boondocks’ Kept Us Laughing at R. Kelly

The singer R. Kelly is the subject of a six-part documentary on Lifetime, “Surviving R. Kelly.”

Inspired by Harriet Tubman, an Artist Takes Glass to Extremes

Inspired by Harriet Tubman, an Artist Takes Glass to Extremes

The artist Joyce J. Scott at her home in Baltimore. Her current exhibition, “Joyce J. Scott: Harriet Tubman and Other Truths,” is on view at Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, N.J., through April 1.

A Cri de Coeur in a Pool of Milk: Decoding ‘Salome’ in Salzburg

A Cri de Coeur in a Pool of Milk: Decoding ‘Salome’ in Salzburg

Milk being poured into a shallow pool in Romeo Castellucci’s production of “Salome” at the Salzburg Festival, starring Asmik Grigorian, far left.


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