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A cadre of writers making fierce, fearless theater that plays by its own rules.
The movies and the plays and the TV shows are great, but what about the people in them? They’re right here — well, some of the very best are.
Four gay men who recently attended the Broadway revival of this 50-year-old play — three seeing it for the first time — debate its significance and relevance.
Three New York Times critics share their reactions to the wrong best picture being announced at the awards show.
The film critic A. O. Scott joins in advance of the Academy Awards to discuss predictions and preferences.
Our critics Ben Brantley and Wesley Morris talk about listening to the playwright, a great chronicler of the 20th century.
Recalling a singular Hollywood star and an era we won’t see again.
This list includes feats of acting and core strength, performances that made the author happy even when they raised his blood pressure or made him cry.
I’ve slept on it, and I’m sure. ‘A 24-Decade History of Popular Music’ is sublime.
In shows like “Shuffle Along” and albums like “Lemonade,” a form of black self-love and empowerment is emerging, in ways not seen since the 1970s.
The show, the third live musical the network has done lately, moved away from the ornately staged superproductions of the past, with a kind of minimalism, relatively speaking.