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The breakout star of "Get Out" says he can relate to his character: "Being young, working class and black, everything you do is policed." [Read More]
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The letters, donated to the British Library by Mark Pigott, shed light on Mary's daily life while imprisoned at Tutbury Castle before her execution. [Read More]
Claire van Kampen worked on other people's plays for decades. Then she wrote "Farinelli and the King." It's been a hit in London and makes... [Read More]
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A birthday trip to Havana prompted Chris von Christierson to start putting together an ambitious collection of contemporary Afro-Cuban art. [Read More]
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"Marnie," based on a novel that inspired a Hitchcock film, opens in London on Saturday before coming to the Metropolitan Opera next season. [Read More]
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A London celebration provided a chance to think about MacMillan's reputation and legacy 25 years after his death. [Read More]
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Collaborating with his screenwriter, Kenneth Branagh updated and altered "Murder on the Orient Express" to give it a contemporary resonance. [Read More]
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Mr. Hallberg, the American Ballet Theater principal and paragon of classical style, has a new memoir about life, dancing and returning from an injury. [Read More]
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Since construction has not yet begun on the Zayed National Museum, the British Museum's loan of valuable artifacts is unlikely to take place. [Read More]
Zeitz Mocaa in Cape Town is a public museum with a private collection. Can its global ambitions and corporate partnership coexist? [Read More]
Ahead of its 200th birthday, the theater announced productions of new plays by Alan Ayckbourn and adaptations by Jack Thorne. [Read More]
Diller Scofidio & Renfro, responsible for the High Line in Manhattan, is to design the Center for Music, a home for the London Symphony Orchestra. [Read More]
A new 40-minute dance, in honor of Robbins's centennial, will feature extracts from musicals associated with Robbins. Some dancers will sing. [Read More]
Our critics pick the pieces they're looking forward to at this popular seasonal festival at New York City Center. [Read More]
Ms. Ouizgen's piece was inspired by the abrupt movement of the head, throat and neck that she had seen in rituals in Morocco and Senegal. [Read More]
Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker became intrigued by a new improvisatory way of working. One outcome: "A Love Supreme." [Read More]
Cressida Pollock, who clashed with many of the company's artists and management, will leave her position at the end of the current season. [Read More]
How the playwright James Graham and the actor Bertie Carvel give the media mogul a fair hearing in a play that takes a hard look... [Read More]
The 2014 play "Shakespeare in Love" will be the most produced play in the country this season. [Read More]
How the playwright James Graham and the actor Bertie Carvel give the media mogul a fair hearing in a play that takes a hard look... [Read More]
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