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As D.C. theater honors the best of 2019, actors long for a return to the stage
Four winners from this year’s Helen Hayes Awards discuss the state of the D.C. theater community as the pandemic keeps live productions on hold.
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Citing Klan and lynching images, NGA and 3 other museums postpone major Guston exhibition
Director Kaywin Feldman says that some of the paintings were seen as troubling in light of current racial unrest.
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Relief from Zoom sometimes comes in a box. A play in a box.
A survey of theatrical enterprises, online and in the mail, including Acme Corporation’s “The Institute for Counterfeit Memory” and Olney Theatre Center’s “The Humans.”
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For Comey, time has not healed a major wound
The former FBI director was certain that history would vindicate him. But instead, it has made things even worse.
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‘Spelunky 2’: Blazingly difficult and completely addictive
Can you be enamored with a game and downright horrible at it? “Spelunky 2” proves the answer can be a perverse “yes.”
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In the galleries: Studies in ‘anti-landscapes’ and seeing the unseen
Exploring the interplay between natural light and artificial day
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Tim Heidecker found fame through absurdist humor. His new album ‘Fear of Death’ is no laughing matter.
For much of the past two decades, Heidecker has engineered a comedic multiverse with ridiculous friends, their orbit teeming with so many in-jokes, origin myths and recurring characters that tracking them would require a field guide.
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Don’t despair: Beverly Glenn-Copeland actually has hope to offer us in 2020
Hearing his music can kindle a glimmer of hope for our grim future.
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McMaster’s memoir is heavy on history, but light on Trump
Former national security adviser avoids criticism of his former boss and undermines the credibility he is trying to assert.
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A global energy study that misses some climate change realities
Daniel Yergin is behind the curve on the activism, engineering and climate science reshaping the energy world, environmentalist Bill McKibben contends.
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Killing millions from behind their desks
Dan Gretton offers a cautionary tale of bureaucratic slaughter past and present.
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Q&A with Jamie Lee Curtis: Why letting your 5-year-old watch ‘Halloween’ is just wrong
The actress also reflects on Instagram posts and her new podcast, “Letters From Camp.”
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‘The Comey Rule’ might make you angry. The people who made it hope it serves as a lesson.
Jeff Daniels, who plays James Comey, says Americans need to be a lot more informed than they were in 2016.
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There’s a little too much ‘Fargo’ in the new season of ‘Fargo,’ but the trip is still worth taking
Chris Rock and Jason Schwartzman head “Fargo’s” new cast, but they aren’t the show’s standouts.
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Style Conversational Week 1403: Do adjust your set
The Empress of The Style Invitational discusses this week's contest and results.
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What to watch on Friday: ‘The Great British Baking Show’ on Netflix
Friday September 25, 2020 | “A Wilderness of Error” on FX.
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The Met is betting on a blockbuster lineup to make up for this canceled year. The future of opera may depend on it.
A silenced season at Lincoln Center sounds an uncertain note for the opera world at large.
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