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Review: In ‘Pathetic,’ a Retelling of Racine, Love Hurts 16 Jun 10:49pm Updated Review: In ‘Pathetic,’ a Retelling of Racine, Love Hurts
Julia Jarcho’s new play is a squirmy, sinister meditation on female desire, with a whiff of ancient Greece.
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In ‘City on a Hill,’ a Crime-Ridden Boston Before the ‘Miracle’ 16 Jun 10:49pm Updated In ‘City on a Hill,’ a Crime-Ridden Boston Before the ‘Miracle’
The new Showtime series sets a procedural against the backdrop of a particularly fraught era in the city’s history.
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‘Men in Black: International’ Leads a Parade of Slumping Sequels 16 Jun 10:48pm Updated ‘Men in Black: International’ Leads a Parade of Slumping Sequels
Warner Bros.’s “Shaft” sequel also disappointed this weekend.
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After Losing His Parents, an Author Wonders: Who and What Is Real? 16 Jun 10:47pm Updated After Losing His Parents, an Author Wonders: Who and What Is Real?
In “Picnic Comma Lightning,” Laurence Scott combines a memoir about grief with an investigation into the ways technologies blur the line between public and private.
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16 Jun 10:46pm Updated Review: The Wrenching ‘Fire Shut Up in My Bones’ Becomes an Opera
This new work, with music by Terence Blanchard and a libretto by Kasi Lemmons, is a bold and affecting adaptation of Charles Blow’s memoir.
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Review: ‘The Central Park Five’ Turns Injustice Into Opera 16 Jun 10:45pm Updated Review: ‘The Central Park Five’ Turns Injustice Into Opera
Donald Trump is a character in Anthony Davis’s jazz-infused adaptation of this true story of wrongful conviction.
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‘Big Little Lies’ Season 2, Episode 2 Recap: Creatures of Want 16 Jun 10:00pm ‘Big Little Lies’ Season 2, Episode 2 Recap: Creatures of Want
If things were tense and difficult for the Monterey Five before, they just got worse.
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Moisés Kaufman: A Dangerous Euphoria 16 Jun 2:32pm Updated Moisés Kaufman: A Dangerous Euphoria
The award-winning playwright and director looks hopefully and cautiously toward the future of L.G.B.T.Q. equality.
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16 Jun 10:49am Updated Susannah Hunnewell, Publisher of The Paris Review, Dies at 52
She had been a member of its literary circles since joining it as an intern under its editor George Plimpton.
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Franco Zeffirelli: The 9 Films and Operas That Defined a Director 16 Jun 4:41am Updated Franco Zeffirelli: The 9 Films and Operas That Defined a Director
His sumptuous, realistic style suited a classic “Romeo and Juliet” film and productions of “La Traviata” and “La Bohème.”
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What’s on TV Sunday: ‘Euphoria’ and a Jo Koy Comedy Special 16 Jun 1:00am What’s on TV Sunday: ‘Euphoria’ and a Jo Koy Comedy Special
A teenage drama starring Zendaya comes to HBO, and the comedian Jo Koy takes on millennial parenting in his second special on Netflix.
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