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Karen Cooper, who took over the nonprofit cinema in 1972 and turned it into a $6 million-a-year operation, will resign in July, fifty years later.
Binder, who was a Broadway producer before joining the nonprofit in 2019, plans to return to the commercial sector of theatre.
This weekend, the narrative about the Buffalo Bills player has morphed into something more hopeful than a guilty conscience about the violence of America’s most popular sport.
At the annual meeting of the American Historians Association, the fierce battle over how—and why—to write about the past was uncomfortably front and center.
This year’s repetition of the festival, which was canceled last year, marks a pleasant return to cinemas.
When the choreographer joins the company as a guest artist, the winners will be the dancers. And ballet.
Santtu-Matias Rouvali is the only guest conductor with the New York Philharmonic to lead two programs this season, with an imminent change of guard.
The Under the Radar festival begins with an allegory about climate destruction by Belgian provocateur Ontroerend Goed.
Listen to tracks from Flo, Becky G and Karol G, Monster and Big Flock and more.
Literary influences pervade this year’s avant-garde performance festival. Artists from six shows share the stories that inspired them.
Lewis Carroll’s influence is on all contemporary culture. There is a surreal image of going “through the mirror”; a Tim Burton movie appearance, including the “Alice in Wonderland” version; The crooked angles of Tom Petty’s video…
On the burgeoning Manhattanville campus, Diller Scofidio + Renfro’s architecture empowers a social movement in business education to do good as well as earn money.
A cutting-edge robot doll becomes a girl’s best friend and dangerously more in this hyperbole horror movie.
“I wanted a change,” said Ratmansky, announcing his next episode after 13 years at the American Ballet Theatre.
Adrienne Kennedy’s 75-minute memory game was scheduled to run until February 12; It will close on January 15.