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Theater Critic Frank Rizzo Balances Head and Heart

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"A little self-doubt, humor or humility can give an opinion authenticity."

11th Hour Party People: Monstah Black’s “Hyperbolic!”

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The queer multidisciplinary performance is the centerpiece of HOT! Festival.

“She Loves Me” Blooming Once Again on Broadway

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...and this critic loves it.

Does “Fiddler” on Broadway Meddle with the Shtetl?

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This "Fiddler" is forever.

No Regrets: Edith Piaf’s Centennial Gala

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An all-star lineup celebrated the chanteuse’s powerful legacy.

How to Write about a Terrible Performance

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Critic James Jorden demonstrates a constructive way to loathe a performance.

Fascinating “Birdman” Flies, But Doesn’t Soar

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Michael Keaton stars in Alejandro González Iñárritu's very meta movie.

Robert Gober Gets Uncanny at MoMA

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The artist's 40-year retrospective shows the complexity and depth of his work.

Mature Buddies Leisurely “Land Ho!” in Iceland

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A beautiful movie about life's uncertainty for two aging friends.

Book Explores Engaged Participation in “American Fun”

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John Beckman takes a broad, diverse look at the playfulness driving American culture.

Queen For a Day: Mariella Devia Reigns in “Roberto Devereux”

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As Elisabeth I, the Italian soprano schooled Carnegie Hall in bel canto singing.

Exhibition Offers Digital Design Utopia

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Digital technology and manufacturing can change the world.

Abstraction + Geometry = Abstractometry

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Exhibition shows the power of abstract images to evoke pure, intense emotional responses.

Savages’ Debut Album: “Silence Yourself”

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It's loud and abrasive and angry. All in a good way.

Luhrmann v. Fitzgerald, or There Oughta Be a Law

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Baz Luhrmann's "The Great Gatsby" treats The Great Novel as so much chicken feed.

“Mud” Tells a Lovely American Story

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A review, plus an interview with the filmmaker.

Low’s Introspective New Album Released

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"The Invisible Way" is suited for solitary, candle-lit reflection and prayer.

Circus Maximus: “Eliogabalo” at The Box

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Gotham Chamber Opera's Cavalli production is zany and fun.

Ancient American Splendor Is on Display at the Frist

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3,000 years' worth of artworks and artifacts from the pre-Columbian New World.

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds: “Push the Sky Away”

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The new album combines graphic lyrics with lovely, even holy, music.
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Herman Cain (and Republicans Unable)

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And then there was Jerry Falwell, Jr., with his open pants, evangelical FUPA and his hands veering into prime side-boob territory with -- hey, doesn't she have a name?