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“I Trapped the Devil” builds a hell of a haunted house, but its characters fail to fill the space
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"For the audience, the stress (the riveting, delightful stress) comes from not knowing when this play is going to detonate — and how?" — on a daring new class of young African-American playwrights who smash form to explore race and trauma
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Trevor Noah, on President Trump’s complaint that he’s losing Twitter followers: “What’s next? He’s going to complain to Instagram because his thirst traps aren’t blowing up?”
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Take a look around the Bourse de Commerce in Paris, a state-of-the-art new museum in a historic building that is set to open in 2020
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News about this year’s : Three lifetime achievement awards will be given, to playwright Terrence McNally, actress Rosemary Harris and musician Harold Wheeler.
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‘Chasing Portraits’ Review: Seeking Art Lost During the Holocaust
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This morning we published a special package of stories about a new generation of black playwrights who are writing about race in ways that are fierce, funny, and formally inventive.
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A 19-year-old auteur and other filmmakers we think you should keep your eye on at the Tribeca Film Festival
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These four black playwrights are the talk of the theater world. Their fiercely political and formally inventive works are challenging audiences, critics and the culture at large to think about race, and racism, in new ways.
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Don't bother looking to Broadway for hard-hitting explorations of the American racial divide.
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Trevor Noah on ’s Oval Office visit: “I bet this is going to inspire more people to run for office. People are going be on stage like, ‘I’m running for president so that I can ask Jeff Bezos what happened to my tube socks!’”
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An exhibition of new and existing works by Laurie Anderson is heading to the Hirshhorn Museum next year
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"You have to be comfortable," James Holzhauer said. "Some of the opponents I’ve been playing, you can see they are visibly shaken."
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Her movie career spanned almost exactly 100 years: Fay McKenzie appeared in her first film at 10 weeks old in 1918 and shot a scene last summer. Her best-known roles were in Gene Autry movies. She died at 101.
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How Rupert Murdoch changed the face of journalism forever: Read all about in The New York Times's review of the Broadway play "Ink." It's a Critic's Pick.
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A judge in Chicago ruled in favor of a woman who accused R. Kelly of sexual abuse because the R&B singer failed to respond to her lawsuit.
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James Holzhauer, who lives in Las Vegas, is good at sports betting, too. So good, he said, that "about half the sports books in town won't take a bet from me."
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Rupert Murdoch is portrayed with Dickensian relish by Bertie Carvel in James Graham's "Ink." It's a Critic's Pick.
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The first New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival was held in 1970. Tickets were $3. But only about 300 people showed up.
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“Dear Heather Harper did splendidly,” Benjamin Britten wrote of her role in the premiere of the composer's "War Requiem." And she went on a to splendid four-decade career. She has died at 88.
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