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Critic James Jorden demonstrates a constructive way to loathe a performance.
Opera is neither staid nor dry; the plots can get insane.
Ice Palaces, penguins, pretty paintings and AT-ATs all warm the heart.
The company sets itself well apart from the competition.
Stories about flashy, big-money art sales are the Nancy Grace of arts reporting.
Gotham Chamber Opera’s Cavalli production is zany and fun.
For three minutes, at midnight, every night in February, in Times Square.
At Joe's Pub, the singer ushered in the end of the world. And Christmas.
Grand opera is great, but un-grand opera takes risks more freely.
Tom Sachs's Mars mission at the Armory was a delight.
Erwin Piscator remembered and Judith Malina feted at The New School.
Vuillard exhibition at the Jewish Museum focuses on his patrons and muses.
The Met Opera and WQXR (maybe) censor a review.