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Sun Worshipper “Met on Demand” viewers adore Philip Glass’s Akhnaten

April 1, 2022

Clash of the Titans In 1958, two Broadway hits, West Side Story and The Music Man, had a fateful showdown, and only one came out on top. This year, we are finally getting a rematch

That 70s Movie Largely improvised by an unruly teenage cast, the 1970 black-and-white film Bronco Bullfrog gets a shiny new restoration

Attend the Tale of Sweeney Todd! The inimitable, irrepressible Angela Lansbury, on the road as Mrs. Lovett

March 25, 2022

Nicolas Lefebvre The mysterious Frenchman making art out of his collector’s items—and keeping mum on his relationship with Monica Bellucci

Genius at Play Three decades on, the return of Mary Zimmerman’s breakout theater piece The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci

March 18, 2022

Ukraine Answers, “To Be!” From the Lviv National Opera, the long-suppressed folkloric pageant When the Fern Blooms blazes with heroic national fervor

March 18, 2022

Oscar Season Mad, sad, and legendarily bad, Oscar Levant was the showbiz answer to Oscar Wilde. After being forgotten for decades, is Hollywood’s greatest wit ready for his comeback?

A Legend in the Making An interview with the Chinese-American composer Huang Ruo about his timeless, timely new opera Book of Mountains & Seas

Mortality and Mercy in Vienna As Shakespeare’s “duke of dark corners” in Measure for Measure, Mark Rylance finds real life full of shocking surprises

March 11, 2022

The 96-Year Itch At 96, Marilyn Stafford, the masterful yet little-known photographer who shot everyone from Albert Einstein to Sharon Tate and everything from political unrest to war, gets her due

An Evening with Aristotle Onassis A new one-man play recounts the turbulent life—from telephone operator to the world’s richest man—of the Greek shipping magnate, Jackie O and all …

Roll Over, Walt Disney! Beethoven’s animated Creatures of Prometheus from the Philharmonia makes Fantasia look like, well, Fantasia

March 4, 2022

Brangelina for Gen Z? Yup, Tom Holland and Zendaya have more than 189 million Instagram followers, and their films made upward of $2.4 billion last year

The Queen’s Gambit Immersive midsummer madness from the Bridge Theatre, London

February 25, 2022

Tablescapes of Dreams A beautiful new decorating book by descendants of Nancy Astor and Nancy Lancaster pairs archival photos with a newly discovered recipe collection

Ink Different Recalling an era where Richard Avedon and Bill Cunningham shot for underground independents, Chicago’s Art Institute goes inside the world of alternative magazines spanning the 70s to the 90s

Laugh, Clown, Laugh! Billy Bigelow meets Prince Charming in Jonas Kaufmann’s scorching Pagliacci

February 18, 2022

Frieze Los Angeles is Back! After a year hiatus and a venue change, the third edition of the art fair will host more than 100 galleries

February 15, 2022