On April 11, Lucinda Childs will unveil “Histoire,” a revision and expansion of a dance she choreographed for Martha Graham’s company almost 20 years ago.
Rather than telling a celebrated actress’s biography straight, “Acquanetta” bills itself as a “one-act deconstruction” of the horror genre.
A note left by a fan at XXXTentacion’s memorial in Florida. Before he was killed in June, the 20-year-old rapper and singer made a $10 million deal for his third album.
“Clash of Images,” an exhibition in Paris of posters, paintings, films and other works from the uprising of May 1968 and beyond.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s vintage 1930s subway train will ply a limited route each Sunday in December.
From left, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Matt Walsh and Tony Hale in “Veep.”
Justin Baldoni and Yael Grobglas in “Jane the Virgin.”
The documentary photographer Susan Meiselas, who gained fame for her gritty, empathetic war coverage in Nicaragua and El Salvador in the 1980s, returned to Managua to cover a march while installing her retrospective at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, above.
Jimmy Buffett at the Marquis Theater on Broadway, where his new musical, “Escape to Margaritaville,” is set to open in March. “I don’t know anyone who wouldn’t spend a week on the beach,” he said.
The 26-year-old singer and songwriter Charlie Puth rocketed to fame with the 2015 Wiz Khalifa collaboration “See You Again.” His new album, “Voicenotes,” pushes him in different directions.
The great conductor, the Vienna Philharmonic and the pianist Krystian Zimerman perform the “Emperor” Concerto.
Robert De Niro, left, as Robert Mueller, the special counsel in the Russia investigation, and Ben Stiller as Michael D. Cohen, President Trump’s personal lawyer, on “Saturday Night Live.”
Polly Crawford holds a flashlight as she and Beecher Gram peer into “Pink Bathroom,” one of 19 miniature crime scenes made by Frances Glessner Lee in the 1940s and ‘50s and now on view at the Renwick Gallery.
Mike Colter in “Jessica Jones.”
Riz Ahmed in “The Night Of.”
Drake’s “Scorpion” surpassed a million in sales before the physical CD ever reached stores like the FYE in Ridgewood, Queens.
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