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Laura Wade

The young British playwright with an Olivier under her belt is just getting started

Darkness Falls

Broadway’s shutdown happened as quickly as the last curtain fell. Now, a lot must change for the show to go on

Four Legs Good, Two Legs Difficult

The equine painter Sir Alfred Munnings bridled at his society subjects’ demands

Across the Universe

With companies like SpaceX and Blue Origin pioneering a new era in space exploration, artists show what’s at stake

April Showers Bring Chelsea Flowers

Feat of Clay

Being Rodin’s muse and mistress was no easy thing. After her death, Camille Claudel finally got a museum of her own, now open to visitors again

Party Time

Walter, Walter, Everywhere

Walter Presents, the streaming service specializing in foreign content, moves into book publishing

Is It Curtains for British Theater?

After the lockdown, fears of a “total collapse”

Good in Bed

Cinema’s dreamiest movie scenes are a lesson in lounging glamorously

Deepening the Dye

From bird-watching to Warhol-watching, the lockdown is an exercise in patience and concentration

Lina’s World

The radical architect and designer Lina Bo Bardi transformed Brazil with her ambitious creations

Artful Offerings

Classical Music Inches Toward Re-Opening

Say His Name. Remember His Face

How artists have reacted to George Floyd’s killing

Louvre Affair

Writing a new book on the Parisian institution, reopening July 6, brought its share of surprises

No Filter Required

From Ai Weiwei to Banksy—11 of the wittiest artists to follow on Instagram

Double Agent

Old Vic, Fresh Air

Opera as It Was

Fashion is the New Black

This month, exhibitions on Parisian shoe designer Christian Louboutin, Palm Beach fixture Lilly Pulitzer, and more

La Vie en Rose

Nick Knight’s floral photographs are on view now at Waddesdon Manner

All the Write Moves

Transparency, brevity, color: simple steps for writing well

Photo by Bachrach

A Who’s Who of the 20th century wanted their portrait taken at one family-run studio