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The British R&B artist Dev Hynes comes to New York, and Glenn Close plays Joan of Arc’s mother.
See Donald Glover as his musical alter ego before he makes good on his promise of retiring it; and watch Eddie Izzard as he workshops new material.
HBO’s rough-and-tumble series about the 1970s Times Square sex trade is back, and the Dance Now Festival returns to present 40 artists.
The return of a titan of Latin pop, a dance festival with a view of the Statue of Liberty and a thriller from USA Network.
Check out the Carters’ North American tour, Ms. Helman’s dive into class tensions and the final season of a Hulu family drama.
The Weeknd headlines the New York festival, “Far From the Tree” comes to screens and the high school musical debuts on Off Broadway.
The Dance on Camera Festival comes to Lincoln Center, and the Robin Williams documentary debuts on HBO.
Radiohead returns to Madison Square Garden, the Boston Symphony Orchestra heads to its summer home and Lucinda Child restages her minimalist opus.
The R&B event returns to New Orleans, Debra Granik’s new film arrives and “Inuksuit” comes to Caramoor.
Florence Welch soars on her band’s new album, the Marvel series returns to Netflix and the classics come back to Naumburg Bandshell.
Watch “Them” at Performance Space New York, go to Ladyfag’s first festival and tune into the tangled Showtime drama.
The New York Philharmonic travels to the boroughs, Kendrick Lamar headlines a hip-hop festival and Alvin Ailey returns to Lincoln Center.
Harry Styles launches a 89-date world tour (a chance to flaunt his new acoustic arrangements), and Joy Nash brings the best-seller “Dietland” to life on AMC.
See and hear what makes our critics’ favorites so powerful.
Cue the dusk and the balmy breezes. It's time for open-air plays and concerts in New York.
From the red carpet scene to the stage, we share the highs and lows of the 90th Academy Awards.
This week, the actress tells the story of a family’s shattering secret.
Highlights from the worlds of theater, pop music, dance and classical, recommended by Times critics.
Once named the Little Theater, the playhouse now known as the Helen Hayes is about to be reincarnated again.
Also the week of Jan. 7: Female playwrights take over Washington, D.C.; and Andrey Zvyagintsev gets a retrospective at MoMA.
The blink-and-you-might-have-missed-them cultural moments that brightened up a year otherwise defined by turmoil and tragedy.
Also the week of Dec. 10: Nicholas Nixon’s “Brown Sisters” portraits in Boston; Merce Cunningham alumni in Brooklyn.
On this week’s podcast, the “Girls” star tells the story of one of the most consequential evenings of his life.
Also the week of Oct. 15: Monteverdi’s groundbreaking “Orfeo” in Manhattan, and Mona Hatoum’s sly sculptures in Houston.
Also the week of Oct. 8: The choreographer Rebecca Davis brings stop-motion to life in New York, and Chicago showcases Brazilian modern art.
Also the week of Oct. 1: Dave Malloy returns downtown, and “The Gifted” debuts on Fox.
Recalling the original critical response to pathbreaking productions directed by the founder of the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Today's Birthdays: Playwright Neil Simon is 90. Country singer Ray Pillow is 80. Singer Bill Withers is 79.
Recommendations for other outdoor performances, scheduled around the holiday and beyond, suggested by reporters and critics of The New York Times.
See this year’s nominees and their co-stars as they arrive for the biggest night in American theater.
The Broadway actor (“Significant Other,” “Spring Awakening”) reads David Beach’s essay about a Mother’s Day gift of Mylar balloons that causes a major freakout.