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Harvard’s Graduate Theater Program Halts Admissions for 3 Years 17 Jul 9:30pm Updated Harvard’s Graduate Theater Program Halts Admissions for 3 Years
A new setback for a school that has ties to the acclaimed American Repertory Theater, but from which students leave with enormous debt.
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Ohad Naharin to Step Down as Batsheva Dance Company Artistic Director 17 Jul 8:13pm Ohad Naharin to Step Down as Batsheva Dance Company Artistic Director
Mr. Naharin, who has led the dance company since 1990 and helped make it one of the world’s best, will continue to hold the position of house choreographer.
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Antiquities Dealer Sues Wall Street Journal Over ISIS Article 17 Jul 7:31pm Antiquities Dealer Sues Wall Street Journal Over ISIS Article
In the libel suit, the dealer, Hicham Aboutaam, said he has never handled antiquities looted by terrorists, and that an article had damaged his reputation.
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Kermit the Frog Performer and Disney Spar Over an Ugly ‘Muppet’ Firing 17 Jul 6:48pm Kermit the Frog Performer and Disney Spar Over an Ugly ‘Muppet’ Firing
In his first interview since being ousted as Kermit, Steve Whitmire said he had been given little warning. Disney painted a different picture.
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George Romero, Father of the Zombie Movie, Dies at 77 17 Jul 6:25pm Updated George Romero, Father of the Zombie Movie, Dies at 77
Mr. Romero created the modern zombie genre with his 1968 cult film, “Night of the Living Dead.”
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Nelsons Turns Tanglewood Into Bayreuth-in-the-Berkshires 17 Jul 6:09pm Nelsons Turns Tanglewood Into Bayreuth-in-the-Berkshires
Andris Nelsons and the Boston Symphony gave a supple, uncomplicated account of “Das Rheingold.”
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A Daytime Dance Party That Celebrates Black Diversity 17 Jul 6:01pm A Daytime Dance Party That Celebrates Black Diversity
Everyday People started as a Lower East Side brunch party. It now draws thousands of partygoers and has expanded to other cities and countries.
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Show Us Your Wall: Meet Archie Warhol, the Art World’s Second-Most-Famous Dachshund 17 Jul 5:38pm Show Us Your Wall: Meet Archie Warhol, the Art World’s Second-Most-Famous Dachshund
Andy Warhol carried his beloved dog everywhere, even to Studio 54, Jamie Wyeth said: “Just like Andy, he didn’t say a word.”
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Review: ‘Death of a Salesman,’ Diluted by Too Many Experiments 17 Jul 5:32pm Review: ‘Death of a Salesman,’ Diluted by Too Many Experiments
It’s almost always a good time to resurrect Willy Loman, Arthur Miller’s desperate Everyman, but Theater Mitu’s staging at BAM Fisher saps the play’s power.
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Books of The Times: ‘Ants Among Elephants,’ a Memoir About the Persistence of Caste 17 Jul 5:11pm Books of The Times: ‘Ants Among Elephants,’ a Memoir About the Persistence of Caste
Sujatha Gidla, who was born an untouchable in India but moved to the United States at 26, recounts how ancient prejudices persist today.
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Martin Landau, Actor Who Won an Oscar for ‘Ed Wood,’ Dies at 89 17 Jul 4:56pm Updated Martin Landau, Actor Who Won an Oscar for ‘Ed Wood,’ Dies at 89
Mr. Landau, who gained fame in the 1960s TV series “Mission: Impossible,” but then struggled to find work, enjoyed a career revival in film decades later.
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A New Mike Bartlett Play and a ‘Twilight Zone’ Adaptation Are Planned at Almeida 17 Jul 2:48pm A New Mike Bartlett Play and a ‘Twilight Zone’ Adaptation Are Planned at Almeida
Highlights of the Almeida Theater’s 2017-18 season, announced Monday, include “Albion,” a new work by Mr. Bartlett, the author of “King Charles III.”
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Jay-Z’s ‘4:44’ Gets a Wide Release, and an Easy Trip to No. 1 17 Jul 1:50pm Jay-Z’s ‘4:44’ Gets a Wide Release, and an Easy Trip to No. 1
One week after the rapper’s album debuted on Tidal, it became available for streaming and download on other services, and rocketed to top the chart.
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The Bolshoi, Under the Exacting Eye of Makhar Vaziev 17 Jul 1:36pm The Bolshoi, Under the Exacting Eye of Makhar Vaziev
Mr. Vaziev, who said he was attracted to the company’s scale, took his job as ballet director in 2016, at a particularly fraught moment in the troupe’s long history.
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An Appraisal: In George Romero’s Zombie Films, the Living Were a Horror Show, Too 17 Jul 12:57pm Updated An Appraisal: In George Romero’s Zombie Films, the Living Were a Horror Show, Too
Our critics discuss the influence of the director’s body of work, including “Night of the Living Dead” and its depiction of white law enforcement.
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5 George Romero Films to Remember 17 Jul 11:59am Updated 5 George Romero Films to Remember
A look at some of this maverick director’s most notable movies, like “Night of the Living Dead” and “Monkey Shines.”
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London Theater Reviews: Birth Pangs, Royal and Otherwise 17 Jul 4:33am London Theater Reviews: Birth Pangs, Royal and Otherwise
Surrogacy brings challenges, a childless queen is upstaged by her dearest friend, and two writers vie for supremacy — all on London stages this summer.
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17 Jul 3:00am Updated Joe Biden’s New Book to Be Released in November
"Promise Me, Dad: A Year of Hope, Hardship, and Purpose” will reflect on the challenges of governing while mourning.
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What’s on TV Monday: ‘Loaded’ and ‘The Bachelorette’ 17 Jul 1:00am What’s on TV Monday: ‘Loaded’ and ‘The Bachelorette’
A cadre of British tech whizzes grapple with their newfound wealth and their mouthy American boss. And Rachel goes home with the four remaining suitors.
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