The musical, being revived by the Keen Company, finds some affection in this early work by Mr. Larson.
“Mr. Popper’s Penguins,” at the New Victory Theater, stars life-size puppets as the creatures that upend a sedate couple’s lives — and warm their hearts.
TEFAF New York, a new art fair scheduled to appear twice a year at the Park Avenue Armory, will include 94 dealers from 13 countries.
A guide to movies playing at theaters in the New York City area, as well as select festivals and film series. A complete list of new releases is at nytimes.com/intheaters.
The exhibition, “Take Me (I’m Yours),” is largely a look at the art movement known as relational aesthetics. There are plenty of free souvenirs.
The artist, who witnessed the civil rights movement, provides a history lesson with his retrospective at the Met Breuer.
A critical guide to productions in New York City, including shows in previews.
Images from the smashing 35-year career retrospective at the Met Breuer.
The screenwriter Max Landis, son of John Landis, has strong opinions about showbiz, and he isn’t shy about expressing them, in person or online.
Mr. Cruise returns as this title character to fight menace in Edward Zwick’s film.
Instead of raising awareness, Gianfranco Rosi cultivates alertness. His film is an impressionistic tour of an Italian island turned upside down.
Led by Leon Botstein, the American Symphony Orchestra performed the 1926 one-act opera “Der Diktator,” with a title character inspired by Mussolini.
Alban Lendorf, a star of the Royal Danish Ballet, discusses his first performance as a principal dancer with American Ballet Theater.
Ewan McGregor’s directorial debut is a shallow but watchable gloss on this Roth novel, conjuring a searing image of the disintegrating American dream.
This erotic fantasy from Park Chan-wook, set in Korea in the 1930s, tries to ravish your senses so thoroughly you may not notice its sleights of hand.
Alban Lendorf made his debut as a principal dancer with Ballet Theater on Wednesday. We joined him as he took on two performances on his first night.
Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s movie, blends elements of a detective story, horror film, domestic drama and psychological thriller to create a kind of existential dread.
Kerman, Oct 20, IRNA – Director-General of Kerman Crisis Management Office said that seven people have been injured as a result of falling down after running away when an earthquake occurred in the c
A mysterious stranger rides into a decaying mining town with horse and collie. He didn’t mean to kick up trouble.
The director discusses a sequence from his film featuring Ben Affleck.
This film about a spy couple has star power in Jon Hamm, but utilitarian construction and a lack of chemistry are downfalls.
Gavin O’Connor narrates a sequence from his film featuring Ben Affleck.
Kuala Lumpur, Oct 20, IRNA – Iranian Ambassador to Malaysia Marzieh Afkham underlined that culture is one of the important pivots in nation-to-nation communication in international relations.
Mr. Slater’s and Mr. Franco’s characters try to out-sleaze each other in this low-budget dark comedy.
Cristin Milioti plays an ambivalent woman weighing commitment in this film with a throwback touch.
In this prequel to “Ouija,” Lulu Wilson delivers chills as a girl with a psychic link to a malevolent board game.
This Musa Syeed drama, starring Barkhad Abdirahman, is set in Minneapolis and shows why Mr. Syeed the storyteller is on the rise.
Instead of spoofing 1970s horror classics, this film goes overboard in trying to outdo them.
Modern fakes identified in the 18th-century French furniture market have led to criminal charges — and scientific studies to help in detection.
Facing an uphill battle, a small legal team puts a former Rwandan mayor on trial for his role in encouraging and ordering rapes during the country’s 1994 genocide.
Keanu Reeves is a lawyer for a teenager accused of killing his father. Renée Zellweger plays the boy’s mother in this drama that “trundles along.”
The activist Chinese artist has documented the struggles of migrants around the world, and now his work will be shown at three New York galleries.
A new documentary chronicles environmental degradation that leads to global warming and suggests steps to reduce it.
One of the most delicious International Bread Festival has opened in Baku.