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Across the country, orchestras, theaters and operas reacted with alarm that public funding for the arts could be cut under President Trump.
Elizabeth Verdow, who died in 2014, spent her career teaching in the Detroit public schools, and volunteered at the museum for almost two decades.
The gift to the Kansas City Art Institute is one of the largest ever to an American art school.
A project in Chicago gives voices to public statues.
The event, on April 12, is to be hosted by James Taylor and other celebrity guests.
The Royal Shakespeare Company announces a lineup change.
Egypt has reopened many of its museums and historical sites, which were hit by sporadic looting during the uprising that led to President Hosni Mubarak's ouster.
The widely praised revival of "Molly Sweeney" will have an extended run with a new star. The Irish actress Simone Kirby will join the cast beginning March 9 until closing on April 10.
The crossroads of the world becomes a sculpture garden.
The Public Theater will offer free tickets through a lottery to the first performance of each main stage show in the coming season.
Rashid Johnson’s production first ran last year as part of the Performa 13 Biennial in an East Village bathhouse.
The pledge brings the overall amount promised by an array of national and local foundations to $370 million.
Entering its 38th year, the Spoleto Festival USA announced its 2014 schedule in Charleston, S.C., which will feature 152 performances of opera, music, theater and dance from May 23 through J…
“The Year of the Rooster,” the critically lauded play, will come back to the Ensemble Studio Theater in January.
“Dutchman,” Amiri Baraka’s 1964 play about race and assimilation, is being restaged in an East Village sauna room by the visual artist Rashid Johnson.
The Park Avenue Armory says that Paul McCarthy's "WS," a retelling of the Snow White fable, has become its second-biggest draw ever.
Helen Mirren, Rupert Everett and Kristen Scott Thomas were among those nominated for Britain’s top theater honor.
The Tony-winning musical will be staged as a concert on Feb. 11 in Washington Heights.
The play was first presented at a reading in 1944 with an all-star Left Bank existentialist cast: Simone de Beauvoir, Jean-Paul Sartre and Raymond Queneau, among others of Picasso's circle.
"The Outgoing Tide" is scheduled to open in November at 59E59 Theaters.
The 'Mary Poppins' team will tackle another children's classic.
The United States Artists, a nonprofit organization that gives annual no-strings-attached grants to artists, composers, writers and performers has announced this year's list of recipients wh…
"James X," acclaimed Irish play about abuse, will finally play in New York, with Gabriel Byrne directing.
The art duo Elmgreen & Dragset construct a Beckettish theatrical portrait for the Performa 11 biennial.
Responding to what it sees as a cultural need in Lower Manhattan as plans for a proposed performing arts center at the World Trade Center site remain up in the air, Pace University announced…
The show is scheduled to open in March in Newcastle, England.
James McMullan -- whose illustrations were the visual inspiration for "Saturday Night Fever" -- is now known for the elegantly expressive show posters he makes for Lincoln Center Theater; th…
As part of the Festival of Ideas for The New City--a series of arts and civic events that the New Museum and several other downtown cultural institutions will conduct from May 4 through May …
Opponents of a plan to move the Barnes Foundation and its world-renowned art collection from a Philadelphia suburb to a downtown museum quarter asked a Pennsylvania judge on Tuesday to recon…
A nonprofit photo gallery in Vienna and a group of analog photography entrepreneurs announced Monday that they had acquired a collection of several thousand Polaroid prints by well-known art…