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Harriet Tubman Facts and Myths: How the Movie Tried to Get it Right
The filmmakers pored over books, documents and other research to remind viewers of the woman behind the often distorted legend. 2019-10-23 09:00:59Robert Ito

‘For Colored Girls’ Review: Ntozake Shange’s Women Endure
The director Leah C. Gardiner delivers a warm and inspiriting revival of the landmark poetic drama, with a gloriously interdependent cast. 2019-10-23 01:45:05Ben Brantley

The Best New Comedy Specials to Stream Right Now
Jenny Slate, Nikki Glaser, Bill Burr and Jaboukie Young-White have new shows that will make you chuckle, sigh or laugh out loud. 2019-10-22 16:03:30Jason Zinoman

Retiring From Ballet Theater, a Dancer Gets What She Needs
After 15 years, Melanie Hamrick, a ravishing mainstay of the corps de ballet, opens the next chapter: choreography and raising her son with Mick Jagger. 2019-10-22 18:34:42Gia Kourlas

Foals Are Writing the Soundtrack to an Apocalypse
The English rock band captures “the insecurities and perils” of life today on a two-part album fueled by climate anxiety. 2019-10-22 18:33:43Amos Barshad

Review: Abzug and Fierstein, on the Same Ticket in ‘Bella Bella’
When the former Edna Turnblad plays the feminist firebrand of the 1970s, there’s no dress but it’s still a drag. 2019-10-23 01:45:15Jesse Green

Oscar Wao Takes His Superpowers to the Stage
Presenting a version of Junot Díaz’s prizewinning novel, Repertorio Español is also showing off a confident cohort of Latino actors. 2019-10-22 18:46:06Jose Solís

Anonymous Trump Official Behind Times Op-Ed Is Writing a Book
“A Warning,” by the White House official who wrote an essay for The New York Times last year, is expected to be published in November. 2019-10-22 22:04:20Alexandra Alter

Old Masters, Who Never Met, in Conversation
An exhibition at the Rijksmuseum brings together works by Rembrandt and Velázquez. They lived at the same time, but in different worlds. 2019-10-22 08:00:07Nina Siegal

How ‘The Lighthouse’ Creates Mystery
The director Robert Eggers narrates a look at his black-and-white drama featuring Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe. 2019-10-23 11:00:03Mekado Murphy

‘The Lighthouse’ | Anatomy of a Scene
The director Robert Eggers narrates a sequence from his film. 2019-10-23 10:55:00Mekado Murphy

In Miami, the Murals Are the Message
In the Wynwood section and all over town, artists incorporate social issues into their work — sometimes in a shout, sometimes in more of a whisper. 2019-10-23 09:01:54Joseph B. Treaster and Rose Marie Cromwell

This Wall Was Made for Walking
A slow-motion performance piece that celebrates the art of building dry stone walls nears its final stage at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. 2019-10-23 09:01:38Mark Gardiner

Seeing the Past from the Future
Artists look to the past, think about historical points of reference and reframe them for the contemporary moment. 2019-10-23 09:01:26Shannon Eblen

In the #MeToo Era, Museums Celebrate Women
Some cultural institutions are taking substantial steps to address gender inequity and diversity in their programming, their collections and their leadership. 2019-10-23 09:01:24Kerry Hannon

At ‘Arcadia Earth,’ Dazzle Illuminates Danger
Using augmented reality, virtual reality and installations of light and art, the creators of this pop-up exhibition hope to inspire action on climate change. 2019-10-23 09:01:19Laurel Graeber

A Hawaii Home for Islamic Art Widens Its Scope
At the Shangri La museum in Honolulu, curators are redefining their vision of the genre and reaching out to new visitors (and visiting artists). 2019-10-23 09:01:18Susanne Fowler

In Portland, Falling Stars Shine a Light on Gun Violence
A personal loss, in part, drives the artist Hank Willis Thomas to confront one of the biggest fears among African-American men. 2019-10-23 09:01:18Hilarie M. Sheets

In San Francisco, Wielding Influence (Gently) Through Art
“Soft Power” looks at how creativity helps to shape society. 2019-10-23 09:01:18Ted Loos

Meleko Mokgosi Wants You to See the Politics of Everyday Life
The artist’s work is steeped in theory and history. He hopes it makes viewers see outside themselves. 2019-10-23 09:01:17Laura van Straaten

Preserving the Past for Museum Visitors of the Future
Conservators come out of back rooms into public spaces, sharing the once closely held secrets of restoring works of art. 2019-10-23 09:01:08Geraldine Fabrikant

Seething or Subtle, Donald Moffett’s Art Is Always Political
At a gallery in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York, this painter takes on a new set of “knuckleheads.” 2019-10-23 09:01:07Laurel Graeber

Illuminating the Plight of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women
An exhibition in Toronto’s Gardiner Museum was created with the hope of bringing visitors face to face with the issue. 2019-10-23 09:01:05John Hanc

The Fall of the Berlin Wall: Thirty Years After the Peaceful Revolution
As nationalism sees a rebirth in Europe, countries once under Communist rule mark one of the most dramatic moments in modern history. 2019-10-23 09:01:05Tanya Mohn

A Natural Fit of Music and Art
Orchestras and museums are stepping up their partnerships, hoping to attract new audiences both young and old. 2019-10-23 09:01:05Jane L. Levere

Displaying, not Hiding, the Reality of Slave Labor in Art
Museums are taking steps to acknowledge the role of slavery in the lives of some of the nation’s most revered figures. 2019-10-23 09:01:05Alina Tugend

A Paris Colony for Exiled Artists Needs a New Home
L’Atelier des Artistes en Exile offers services and work spaces to artists who have fled war, poverty and oppression. 2019-10-23 09:01:05Elaine Sciolino

Exhibitions to Fill an Art Lover’s Fall Calendar
Displays of art abound across museums, galleries and auction houses across the country this season. Here is a sampling. 2019-10-23 09:01:05Ted Loos

For Teresita Fernández, Personal is Political
Twenty years of her works will come together for the first time in Miami, where she was born after her parents emigrated from Cuba. 2019-10-23 09:01:05Hilarie M. Sheets

Colombian Artist Seeks Justice for the Natural World
Carolina Caycedo’s artwork examines the social and environmental impact of harnessing rivers to generate power. 2019-10-23 09:01:05Tess Thackara

Ed Bereal Brings Edgy to Bellingham
Over the decades, the artist has only become more confrontational, exploring such themes as gun violence, racism, police brutality and corporate greed. 2019-10-23 09:01:03Alex V. Cipolle

A 40-year-old Painting on Gun Violence Takes on New Meaning
Charles White’s painting is expected to bring a price of more than $1 million at Christie’s New York. 2019-10-23 09:01:03Ted Loos

This 1915 Silent Film Was the ‘Joker’ of Its Day
The newly restored “Filibus,” with a cross-dressing female supervillain, has a weeklong run at Anthology Film Archives. 2019-10-23 09:01:03J. Hoberman

‘You Can’t Stand in Louisiana and See a Glacier’
A photographer pairs images to show troubling similarities between threatened environments. 2019-10-23 09:01:01Sophie Haigney

Slowing Down to See Black and Blue
Growing up alongside the development of the internet had a profound influence on the life and artwork of American Artist. 2019-10-23 09:01:01Julie Hoangmy Ho

Art by the Numbers
At the National Museum of Mathematics, origami helps bridge the gap between art and math and finds the beauty in both. 2019-10-23 09:00:36Janet Morrissey

Late Night Gets Ready for a Christmastime Impeachment
“Trump’s legal strategy is commit so many crimes they can never finish the investigation,” Jimmy Fallon quipped about the timing of an impeachment. 2019-10-23 05:49:45Trish Bendix

What’s on TV Wednesday: Tyler Perry Shows and ‘Living With Yourself’
A pair of new shows from Tyler Perry debut on BET. And Paul Rudd plays both a man and his clone in Netflix’s “Living With Yourself.” 2019-10-23 05:00:06Gabe Cohn

A Dark ‘Oklahoma!’ and a Yiddish ‘Fiddler’ to Close in January
The inventive revivals offered new ways to experience cherished classics of the musical theater canon. 2019-10-23 01:48:37Michael Paulson

‘Lakota America’ Puts the Tribe of Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse Front and Center
Pekka Hamalainen’s impressive history is also a quarrel with how history — especially the history of indigenous Americans — has been told and sold. 2019-10-22 20:20:01Parul Sehgal

Raymond Leppard, Versatile Maestro Who Led Baroque Revival, Dies at 92
After beginning as a 17th-century specialist, Mr. Leppard became a conductor with a broad repertory, leading the Indianapolis Symphony for 14 years. 2019-10-22 18:11:16Daniel J. Wakin

A Former TV Critic Puts Himself Under the Microscope
Andy Greenwald used to review TV shows for a living. Now he’s making one of his own. On “The Watch” podcast, he plays both researcher and guinea pig. 2019-10-22 16:06:24Reggie Ugwu

The Golden Age of Mexican Cinema Lives Quietly Online
Search the internet and you will find, hiding in plain sight, critically acclaimed film classics by celebrated Mexican auteurs. 2019-10-22 14:00:05J. Hoberman

Hisham Matar Spent ‘A Month in Siena’ Staring at Art
The new book by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author is part travelogue and part art criticism, a reflection on the power of art to affect us deeply. 2019-10-22 09:00:11Joan Silber

Shut Up and Drink Your Champagne: The Impossible Life of the Impossible Elaine Stritch
In “Still Here,” a biography by Alexandra Jacobs, Stritch comes across as a matchless talent and a hopeless neurotic. 2019-10-22 09:00:10Jason Robert Brown

Demi Moore, Julie Andrews and Carly Simon Tell All
These three memoirs were all written by famous women — but that’s about all they have in common. 2019-10-22 09:00:10Tina Jordan

An Inventor’s Life That Was Incandescent Any Way You Look at It
In a new biography of Thomas Edison, Edmund Morris tells the story in reverse — starting at the end and going backward to his birth. 2019-10-22 09:00:07David Oshinsky

Late Night Assures Trump He’s No George Washington
After the president said Washington had conducted personal business while in office, the historical jokes started to roll in. 2019-10-22 06:33:35Trish Bendix

What’s on TV Tuesday: The World Series and Jenny Slate’s Comedy Special
The Washington Nationals kick off Game 1 against the Houston Astros, and the comedian Jenny Slate conquers her stage fright in a new Netflix special. 2019-10-22 05:00:08Lauren Messman

‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’: The Final Trailer Debuts
With Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac and other stars prominent, the new clip sets the scene for the showdown between the Resistance and the First Order. 2019-10-22 02:48:57Bruce Fretts

Review: In ‘Power Strip,’ a Syrian Story Both Bleak and Striking
Sylvia Khoury’s insidiously sharp new play arrives as the eight-year-old conflict is making fresh headlines in the United States. 2019-10-22 01:45:13Laura Collins-Hughes

Cuba Gooding Jr. Ignored Woman’s Plea to Not Touch Her, Suit Says
The lawsuit, filed by a woman who served Mr. Gooding at a Manhattan nightclub, said the actor pinched her buttocks and repeatedly tried to touch her again. 2019-10-21 22:07:58Julia Jacobs

Matthew Wong, Painter on Cusp of Fame, Dies at 35
Mr. Wong, who had Tourette’s syndrome and depression, drew wide acclaim for his first solo show in New York just last year. 2019-10-21 23:20:49Neil Genzlinger

Naomi Wolf’s Publisher Cancels U.S. Release of ‘Outrages’
The book had been postponed for months after errors were uncovered earlier this year. 2019-10-21 20:01:22Concepción de León

YoungBoy Never Broke Again Scores a No. 1 Album
The rapper’s final tally for “AI YoungBoy 2” included 145 million streams but only about 3,000 sales. 2019-10-21 18:30:17Ben Sisario

A Musical Revolt Succeeds: WNYC, in a Reversal, Keeps ‘New Sounds’
After an outcry, the station decided to continue to air its influential, eclectic new music program, which has been a tastemaker since 1982. 2019-10-22 03:39:43Michael Cooper

Review: Mark Morris’s Dancing ‘Orfeo’ Returns to the Met Opera
This revival of Gluck’s “Orfeo ed Euridice” opened as one of the Met’s popular new Sunday matinees, a welcome series that may also be straining the company. 2019-10-21 18:26:50Anthony Tommasini

Review: ‘Forbidden Broadway’ Sticks It to the Great Woke Way
Gerard Alessandrini’s franchise was looking as long in the tooth as the shows it aimed to skewer. A new edition brings it back to hilarious life. 2019-10-21 18:26:17Ben Brantley and Jesse Green

Tim O’Brien, a Veteran of War and Fatherhood, Opens Up to His Sons
In “Dad’s Maybe Book,” based on letters to his children over the years, the author reflects on life, death and literature. 2019-10-21 18:01:20John Schwartz

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