Pedro Pascal, left, and Jorge Monterrosa in “Narcos.”
Betty Bonifassi in “Slav,” part of the Montreal International Jazz Festival. The production was canceled after detractors accused its creators of cultural appropriation.
In “The Chi,” with Jahking Guillory, a murder sets in motion a story that will enfold a vast range of characters.
Politics have served as a teaser for Kanye West’s new album, “Ye,” but America is not the subject of the seven-song LP, which he debuted at a listening party in Wyoming on Thursday.
Spotify announced it would no longer promote artists it finds to be out of line with its values, and removed R. Kelly’s songs from official playlists and recommendation features.
Sergei Prokofiev, who made a devil’s bargain in accepting a commission for “Romeo and Juliet” and moving to Stalinist Russia. The troubled road to the ballet’s premiere left him broken.
The immersive experience at Spyscape, a new espionage museum in Manhattan, includes challenges like a tunnel filled with laser beams.
From left, Dakota Fanning, Luke Evans and Daniel Brühl in “The Alienist.”
Zack Winokur, center, the Juilliard production’s choreographer, demonstrating for Alex Rosen, who plays Thésée.
The White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, left, and the “Saturday Night Live” cast member Aidy Bryant playing her. Some political insiders found the impersonation unnecessarily harsh and gendered compared with the portrayals of President Trump and Sean Spicer on “S.N.L.”
Bill Cosby, right, with his spokesman, Andrew Wyatt, as they make their way to the courtroom for jury selection for Mr. Cosby’s trial on sexual assault charges.
The artist Eduardo Navarro samples his own edible artwork before his opening at the Drawing Center, whose exhibition of his work, “Into Ourselves,” is open through April 22.
Natalia Osipova in “Giselle” at American Ballet Theater. Like many heroines before her, she is catapulted into madness by heartbreak.
The actor Mark Salling in 2015. He was found dead on Tuesday at the age of 35.
Saif Ali Khan in “Sacred Games,” a Mumbai-set crime thriller that is Netflix’s first Indian original series.
Monet’s “Nymphéas en Fleur” went for $84.7 million at the Rockefeller sale, an auction high for the artist. But bidding did not take off as it did last year for a 1982 painting by Jean-Michel Basquiat.
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