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Review: In ‘The God Projekt,’ He’s Old and Alone but Still Almighty

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This play features Kevin Augustine as a broken-down heavenly father who is better at making promises than answering prayers.
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This question is at the center of a debate that has split the art world over Dana Schutz’s painting “Open Casket” at the Whitney Biennial.
This musical, which ran on Broadway in 1990, depicts a folk tale set in the Caribbean.
This rapper’s new release, a 22-track playlist, is his seventh consecutive chart-topper. It racked up 385 million song plays in its debut week.
Volunteers sorting through donations at a New Hamburg, Ont. thrift shop came across an unusual find - a painting by Nova Scotia folk artist Maud Lewi
Twenty years after the TV series began, we asked readers to share a piece of their fan fiction, and tell us why they write about “Buffy.”
A highly anticipated adaptation of Margaret Atwood's dystopian novel The Handmaid's Tale has landed a Canadian broadcaster.
Mr. Jenkins, the filmmaker behind “Moonlight,” will write and direct this series based on Colson Whitehead’s award-winning novel.
Explosive feelings, personal and political, are the subject of a strange and wonderful exhibition at the Onassis Cultural Center.
In a new book, “Mr. Rotten’s Songbook,” the Public Image Ltd. and Sex Pistols frontman, a.k.a. Johnny Rotten, collects the lyrics to every song he’s ever written.
Tehran, March 27, IRNA – Iran's cultural week was held with the attendance of Iranian handicraft artists and musicians in Cyprus.
An actress and producer-writer from Orange Is The New Black have married.
Madrid, March 27, IRNA – Fifty Iranian paintings have been displayed in the 1st Quito International Biennale 2017 which is underway in Itchimbia art center, Ecuador.
The Bar, as it will be called when it opens this spring, will retain a midcentury spirit in design and drinks.
Berlin police say thieves broke into the German capital's Bode Museum and made off with a massive 100kg gold coin issued by the Royal Canadian Mint t
Adele fans who didn't catch her on her current world tour, which is winding down now, may be out of luck in the future.
YARAT Contemporary Art Space invites everyone to enjoy a themed literature and music night dedicated to the modern time mysteries and illusions on April 1.
Francophonie Weeks in Baku will kick off on March 30.
Baku has hosted the semi-final of the beauty contest Miss & Mister Turkvision Azerbaijan 2017.
Dennis Wolf, German IFBB professional bodybuilder has arrived in Baku.
The 8th International Festival of Mstislav Rostropovich opens today at the Moscow State Conservatory.
Mr. Johnson visits a tough-love rehabilitation program for young first-time offenders. And Kate Winslet seeks enlightenment in Jane Campion’s “Holy Smoke.”
“Baby Jane” wraps up, and the tension sets in.
Chuck’s wife negotiates a deal to help ease her husband’s burdens. So why does Chuck feel so bad?
Sunday’s episode raised some questions and addressed several outstanding ones from the past seven weeks.
Lynn Nottage’s bracingly topical play explores the working-class anger and anxieties that put Donald J. Trump in the White House.
This week, a video tells a lie, but it’s a lie that half the country wants to hear and embrace. And the truth won’t put a dent in that.
Comedian and Summit Ice Apparel founder Nathan Fielder opened up a pop-up store in Vancouver Sunday, using the opportunity to take another dig at com
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Friends of Porkies offers 3-5 artists a cabin deep in state park wilderness        
America Chavez, a gay, Latina Marvel superhero written by a gay Latina writer, joins a growing list of diverse comic characters.
The conductor David Robertson describes a favorite passage from John Adams’s Passion oratorio, which he will lead on Friday at Carnegie Hall.
This play about Samuel Beckett and Andre the Giant is based on fact and the imaginings of the playwright Gino Dilorio.
Anshai Lal’s Bollywood movie uses a friendly ghost to turn a contemporary comedy into a historical drama that includes a massacre under British rule.
A concert dedicated to one of the ensemble’s founders, Francis Thorne, who died on March 7, introduced three works and offered a Steve Reich masterpiece.

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