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The Metropolitan Museum, Metropolitan Opera, Carnegie Hall and the New York Philharmonic announced temporary closures.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge. DaBaby. Slime. Tom Hanks. Amy Schumer (naked). The Times’s culture photographs revealed striking truths about art and the people who make it.
Deborah F. Rutter built a major expansion at Washington’s venerable arts complex. Now she wants more people to come.
A seized phone. A stopped concert. A text from Rihanna. All new fuel for a heated debate about theater etiquette in the digital age.
The theater will stage “Intimate Apparel,” a new chamber opera based on her 2004 play with music by Ricky Ian Gordon.
From the shop floors of factories to ballet’s grandest stages, unions are rethinking how they balance their responsibilities in sexual harassment cases.
Kanye West. Philip Roth. Opera. Jazz. Salsa. King Kong. Tonya Harding. We can go on, but why don’t you see for yourself.
Four leaders in five years. New initiatives that come and go. Financial pressures. The tumult that is challenging Lincoln Center and its future.
We checked in with some nominees to see how they’re feeling about being recognized.
The new artistic director of the Perelman Center will be Bill Rauch, the theater director who currently leads the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
Jane Moss, who revived the center’s Mostly Mozart festival, will take control of all summer programming with the demise of the Lincoln Center Festival.
They tried early spring, late spring and Harvey Weinstein. But the Rockettes have yet to create a warm-weather franchise to rival their Christmas show.
With assassination at its core, Shakespeare’s play is fraught. Totalitarian governments have banned it. And yes, it has inspired violence.
The Pearl Theater Company filed for bankruptcy protection after 33 seasons of mounting classic plays in an ever-more-expensive Manhattan.
In a moment broadcast live worldwide, the superstar soprano bid farewell to a signature role, closing a chapter in her storied career.
Mr. Woetzel, a former New York City Ballet star, has never worked in academic administration. He will replace Joseph W. Polisi, who plans to leave in 2018.
Joseph V. Melillo, who helped shape the Brooklyn Academy of Music aesthetic as its executive producer, will step down in 2018. A look back at his tenure.
South Dakota, which voted decisively for Donald J. Trump, is also a prime recipient of grants from the arts agencies the president wants to eliminate.
The center is seeking visas for several artists with Syrian passports for Mohammad al-Attar’s “While I Was Waiting.”
Check out the theater, dance and museum deals we found for snow-drenched tourists and families with cabin fever.
In an unusual joint statement, 11 arts groups called on the government to protect arts funding.
Across the country, orchestras, theaters and operas reacted with alarm that public funding for the arts could be cut under President Trump.
The troubled troupe aims to re-establish its reputation and recover from bankruptcy with a revival of Leonard Bernstein’s “Candide.”
Many New York plays, musicals and operas will take election night off, as audiences are likely to want prime seats for the biggest spectacle: the election.
The donation will allow Teachers College at Columbia University to establish a new doctoral program to train those who train dance teachers.
Ms. Streisand has been elected chairwoman of the center’s board, as officials unveiled plans for the building.
The long-stalled performing arts center, which will sit on an emotionally resonant and highly visited spot in the city, will be named for Mr. Perelman.
The company is planning its first full season since emerging from bankruptcy and coming under new management.
Seven composers from around the world will be featured in the theater's signature Composer Portraits series.
The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center extends the contracts of its artistic directors, David Finckel and Wu Han, through the 2021-2022 season.
With James Levine suffering health problems, the Metropolitan Opera names David Robertson and Sebastian Weigle as replacements for some performances.