This revival of William Finn and James Lapine’s show has so much vitality that it feels as fresh and startling as it did back in 1992.
Mr. Massee, a character actor, took a long sabbatical after the deadly shooting on the set of “The Crow” in 1993 and then appeared in many TV and film roles.
Tom Hanks wants in on Channing Tatum’s gender-swapped remake of his 1984 mermaid romantic comedy Splash. Ron Howard and Brian Grazer are developing a new take on the film, with Tatum starring as a mer
The Masrah al-Madina stage was set for intimacy early Wednesday evening.
A select guide to cultural events for children, teenagers and families.
A listing of discussions, film screenings, cultural activities and walking tours in New York City.
A critical guide to exhibitions and installations in the New York area.
The original set of 176 emojis was a gift to the museum from the phone company, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone.
A selected guide to dance performances in New York City.
“Cat People,” produced by Val Lewton and directed by Jacques Tourneur, used a feline predator as a metaphor for a stifled libido.
A selected guide to jazz performances in New York City.
Gary Younge examines the lives of 10 young Americans, ages 9 to 19, whose lives were snuffed out by firearms over 24 hours in 2013.
The art world feud between the actor and the gallery owner Mary Boone has taken a new turn.
A selected guide to concerts in the New York City area.
Mr. Coates, curator of Festival Albertine, a celebration of French and American culture, discusses race, identity and the arts in France and the U.S.
A critical guide to performances of classical music in the New York City area.
A guide to movies playing at theaters in the New York City area, as well as select festivals and film series.
The Times critic Manohla Dargis reviews “Inferno.”
“Let All the Children Boogie,” a David Bowie tribute concert and album release party, will be the highlight of the LC Kids Trick-or-Treat event at Lincoln Center.
The New York Times film critics review “Inferno,” “By Sidney Lumet” and “Into the Inferno.”
The symbologist played by Tom Hanks returns in another Dan Brown tale told at Ron Howard speed.
Twitter announced Thursday that it's killing off Vine 'in the coming months,' but the news isn't likely to stop those who launched their careers on t
Seeking to enlarge their audience base, more and more galleries from Europe and Latin America are opening or expanding in New York and Los Angeles.
The documentary began as a series of interviews shot in 2008 in which the director talks about his life and work.
A selected guide to stand-up, improv and comedy shows in New York City.
A critical guide to productions in New York City, including shows in previews.
In “Tracey Ullman’s Show,” a six-episode HBO series, the comedian plays many characters, from the down-and-out to the famous.
Jim Jarmusch’s reverent documentary on Iggy Pop, a provocateur, is prim: It includes no retrospective scenes of drug use or the bandmates’ fights.
Werner Herzog’s documentary, a collaboration with a buoyant scientist, takes you to the precipice of volcanoes from Iceland to North Korea to Vanuatu.
Scenes from the Swiss artist’s video-centered show at the New Museum.
Aaron Biebert’s documentary argues that e-cigarettes could help smokers quit, if only powerful forces weren’t trying to discredit them.
A show where viewers can relax on pillows while watching and listening, and perhaps leave with a sense of encountering nature as never before.
A roundup of events and films for Halloween weekend.
Yang Chao’s tale of a cargo boat owner’s trip from port to port is a meditation of China’s economic rebirth that pushes against the tide of prosperity.