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Taking the Lead on Broadway
In the theater world, women are wielding more power as producers.
26 minutes ago
NY Times Arts
Taking the Lead on Broadway
‘Ready or Not’ Review: The Run-and-Slay Bride
Samara Weaving gives heart to this efficiently blood-drenched harpooning of soul-sucking greed and inbred family values.
4 hours ago
NY Times Arts
‘Ready or Not’ Review: The Run-and-Slay Bride
Recalling a Time When Books Could Give You Indigestion
In “What We Talk About When We Talk About Books,” the book historian Leah Price tries to contextualize our current anxieties about books and reading by turning to the past.
5 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Recalling a Time When Books Could Give You Indigestion
Welcome to McDonald’s. Would You Like a Podcast With Those Fries?
With podcasts rising in popularity, it’s no surprise that companies are producing their own. What’s more surprising is that people are actually listening to them.
6 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Welcome to McDonald’s. Would You Like a Podcast With Those Fries?
A Biography of Oliver Sacks, Written by His Boswell
In “And How Are You, Dr. Sacks?” Lawrence Weschler writes a “biographical memoir,” covering over three decades of his relationship with the famed neurologist.
6 hours ago
NY Times Arts
A Biography of Oliver Sacks, Written by His Boswell
MCA Denver Names a New Director
Nora Burnett Abrams, the curator behind the museum’s Tara Donovan and Basquiat exhibitions, will lead the innovative contemporary art institution.
8 hours ago
NY Times Arts
MCA Denver Names a New Director
‘Tigers Are Not Afraid’ Review: Stolen Childhoods, Creative Minds
Thematically underdeveloped yet pleasingly creepy, Issa López’s dark fairy tale follows a band of children orphaned by a Mexican drug war.
11 hours ago
NY Times Arts
‘Tigers Are Not Afraid’ Review: Stolen Childhoods, Creative Minds
When Violent Crime Is Your Fixation
In “Savage Appetites,” the journalist Rachel Monroe investigates a peculiarly female attraction to murder cases.
13 hours ago
NY Times Arts
When Violent Crime Is Your Fixation
When Providing for Your Family Means Leaving It Behind
Jason DeParle’s “A Good Provider Is One Who Leaves” is a deeply reported look at global migration centered on the experiences of a single Filipino family over the course of 30 years.
13 hours ago
NY Times Arts
When Providing for Your Family Means Leaving It Behind
Two Views of the Tumult on American Campuses
Michael S. Roth’s “Safe Enough Spaces” and Andrew Kronman’s “The Assault on American Excellence” differ on the battles roiling universities.
13 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Two Views of the Tumult on American Campuses
Plácido Domingo harassment inquiry will be led by the woman behind USC investigation
L.A. Opera says its general director, accused of sexual harassment across decades, will be the subject of an investigation starting immediately.
2 hours ago
LA Times Art
Plácido Domingo harassment inquiry will be led by the woman behind USC investigation
A love letter to mom in 72 photos: Artist Susan Mogul's latest, now on view
If shopping is a form of self-definition, then it makes sense Mogul's show at As Is LA gallery would take the shape of a Midcentury design showroom.
3 hours ago
LA Times Art
A love letter to mom in 72 photos: Artist Susan Mogul's latest, now on view
Latinx, queer, punk. Club Scum exhibition captures the fierceness, in full
At the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena, photographs and ephemera document a 3-year-old club's quest to deliver a space of pure freedom.
5 hours ago
LA Times Art
Latinx, queer, punk. Club Scum exhibition captures the fierceness, in full
Review: Korean family drama 'Hannah and the Dread Gazebo' casts too many spells
Jiehae Park's "Hannah and the Dread Gazebo," presented by the Fountain Theatre and East West Players, follows a New York woman to the DMZ as she unravels the mysterious death of her grandmother.
1 day ago
LA Times Art
Review: Korean family drama 'Hannah and the Dread Gazebo' casts too many spells
'A Soldier's Play' comes to Broadway, finally, 35 years after
Blair Underwood and David Alan Grier will star, and Kenny Leon will direct, in the Broadway premiere of Charles Fuller's Pulitzer-winning work 'A Soldier's Play.'
1 day ago
LA Times Art
'A Soldier's Play' comes to Broadway, finally, 35 years after
Review: Spectacular aboriginal paintings from Australia burst with deep, sacred beauty
'Desert Painters' show of Australian Aboriginal art at Gagosian in Beverly Hills brings the summer gallery season to a stunning close.
1 day ago
LA Times Art
Review: Spectacular aboriginal paintings from Australia burst with deep, sacred beauty
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