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Ms. Dunham and Mr. Rhys discuss the new “Girls” episode, and the sexual and psychological politics it dramatizes. Warning: replete with spoilers.
In 1992, presidential politics served as the backdrop, major social issues played out at the podium and black filmmakers were making inroads.
The composer’s “Prince of Players,” about an actor in Restoration England who specialized in female roles, had its New York premiere at Kaye Playhouse.
The opera tells the story of the wife of a political prisoner, who disguises herself in an attempt to set her husband free.
Angels Costume, on the outskirts of London, has outfitted 36 Academy Award winners over the years.
Axe shows an open mind, while Chuck’s marriage woes recall those of a former congressman.
The two venerable orchestras, both celebrating their 175th anniversaries this season, display treasures from the archives in a rare joint exhibition.
Yes, the three-ring circus can seem like a relic. But something irreplaceable will be lost when this tent is closed for good.
Maybe tomorrow Narciss will come and we will not be afraid anymore, a red-haired woman says hopefully, staring at an imaginary horizon beyond the stage.
A listen to the week's most notable new music, including songs featuring Nicki Minaj, Alessia Cara and Frank Ocean, plus the return of shoegaze band Ride.
The city synonymous with the country music business is in transition. How is it dealing with rapid change, and the Trump era? A panel discussion on Popcast.
Among them, the conductor Herbert Blomstedt's surprising performance with the New York Philharmonic and a Facebook Live concert and interview with the tenor Javier Camarena.
At the Oscars Sistahs Soiree and the Essence Black Women in Hollywood a sense of sisterhood was magnified.
Henry David Thoreau’s classic has inspired what some are calling the world’s most improbable video game, which the lead developer says aims for “a kind of stillness at its core.”
Frank Lloyd directed “Children” with help from Josef von Sternberg, whose skill with actresses is also seen in “The Salvation Hunters.”
Tehran, Feb 24, IRNA - Laboratory studies on three samples of buff clay works of the Burnt City and their comparison with the geology of the area under study have showed that the buff clay works are
Mr. Stevenson’s work shifted easily from light social commentary to silliness for more than half a century.
There is only one Patricia Kopatchinskaja. And she performs Prokofiev with the London Philharmonic Orchestra at David Geffen Hall.
This Chicago rapper, who appeared with Chance the Rapper on “Saturday Night Live,” appears on March 2 at Le Poisson Rouge.
The program, by Wendy Whelan and Brian Brooks, shows off inner feelings. With Brooklyn Rider, at the Joyce.
Tickling as a sport, with clothed young men tied to a bed? Wholesome frolicking this is not, and it’s on HBO.
In “Idiocracy,” part of the series, a G.I. awakens in 2505, when narcotized couch potatoes sit in armchairs with built-in toilet seats.
The Debate Society presents a world premiere based on events at the 1893 World’s Fair in Chicago.
At the Oscars Sistahs Soiree, the “Fences” star admits to some anxiety even though she is considered a lock for best supporting actress.
Her Dangerous Woman Tour, which stopped at Madison Square Garden, is a showcase of her voice and messages of self-determination.
The reality TV star, who supported Donald Trump during his campaign, said his order rescinding bathroom rights was “a disaster.”
What’s essential to Dave Malloy, the composer of “Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812,” and his wife, the writer Eliza Bent? Stuffed animals.
25 years ago, the Academy Awards telecast was genuinely entertaining. No, really. Let Jodie Foster explain.
This exhibition, featuring 16 art projects across the Palm Springs, Calif., area, plays off the desert as a great escape.
A first New York show for Hassan Massoudy, at Sundaram Tagore Chelsea: “Words, Breath, Gesture.”
From classic jazz to golden-age Hollywood, the film’s posters offer a stylish visual tease. Here’s a look at some of them.
Aja Naomi King and Yara Shahidi quoted James Baldwin. Issa Rae shared awkward memories. And Janelle Monae insisted black women 'have a right to have
Tehran, Feb 24, IRNA – In continuation to protest US President Donald Trump’s visa ban order, world-known Iranian director Asghar Farhadi, and the director of the Oscar nominated film ‘The Salesman’
Testimony from a woman that prosecutors hope will establish a pattern of behavior that could help them convict Mr. Cosby of sexual assault will be permitted.
Caitlyn Jenner is taking U.S. President Donald Trump to task for his administration's reversal of a directive on transgender access to public school
In six years, Montreal director Denis Villeneuve has gone from Hollywood outsider to the man with the golden touch.
A photo exhibition dedicated to the 25th anniversary of the Khojaly Genocide has been unveiled in the Icherisheher (the Old City) , Day.Az reported.
This exhibition, featuring 16 art projects across the Palm Springs, Calif., area, plays off the desert as a great escape.
Twenty-seven years after his death, van der Elsken is still gathering acolytes.
Two European museums are presenting a major retrospective of this Dutch photographer, considered one of the best street photographers of the 20th century.
Tehran, Feb 24, IRNA – Iran is a good partner in environmental field for the European Union, EU Director-General for Environment Daniel Calleja Crespo said.
Three young Toronto-area dancers impressed U. S. talk-show host Ellen DeGeneres and busted a move on her show this week.
Screening of Asif Rustamov's "Down the river" film started in cinemas as part of the "Days of Azerbaijani films 2017" project.
Russian pop-singer Vera Brezhneva will please her fans in Baku with a new concert.
This exhibition, featuring 16 art projects across the Palm Springs, Calif., area, plays off the desert as a great escape.
We discuss the message sent by President Trump’s top deputies to the party faithful on Thursday: the Republicans are winning the fight.
Their rapport was so easy on their first date, he thought they would shut down the bar. But she was tired, and told him so, and went home.
In six years, Montreal director Denis Villeneuve has gone from Hollywood outsider to the man with the golden touch.
The hosts took aim at President Trump for his decision to rescind protections for transgender students over bathroom choice.
The British Council in collaboration with ASAN Radio and Yarat Contemporary Art Space is holding a two-day music forum: Selector PRO, bringing together leading music theoreticians and practitioners fr
YARAT Contemporary Art Space provides a platform for a series of talks around its permanent collection and current exhibitions featuring artists, writers, musicians, researchers, entrepreneurs and ot
Painting a metal barrel with an interesting design can be a cumbersome task, but Azerbaijani artists do so for a good cause and welcome the challenge.
The staging of the Broadway musical from 2000 can suggest “Follies” or “Chicago” on speed, but the score by Michael John LaChiusa remains treasurable.
Auctions of Impressionist, modern and Surrealist art at Sotheby’s and Christie’s will be the first major test of buoyancy since the inauguration in the U.S.
Theodore Melfi’s buoyant Hidden Figures is an old-fashioned feel-good movie with powerful contemporary relevance, spearheaded by a trio of unstoppable actresses playing black women who wouldn’t be sto
The S.N.L. performer said that when nude photos of her were posted online, she laughed: “You really just helped a sister out. Thank you for the distribution.”
“Fences,” the Oscar contender starring Denzel Washington and Viola Davis, arrives for streaming. And “Shark Tank” passes $100 million for investment.
Jake Gyllenhaal and Annaleigh Ashford star in the marvelous revival of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s musical, at the newly restored Hudson Theater.
Mr. Stevenson drew nearly 2,000 cartoons for The New Yorker. Here is a sampling.
The director Sam Gold’s production of the Shakespeare tragedy, which has had a rocky road to fruition, will open in June.
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