Collected over 30 years, Ms. Dove’s poetry here covers a huge swath of life, from the cruelties of history to the dubious joys of silk sheets.
While “Waitress” gathers steam and may be destined to be a hit, the final curtain fell for “Tuck Everlasting,” which had a last-minute uptick in revenue.
Michael Wilson at The School in Kinderhook
Movement, a giant commercial festival, and Trip Metal, a small experimental one, both rocked the Motor City last weekend.
“Quite apart from the gold-plated extravaganzas that glide across the stage of the Canadian Opera Company’s Four Seasons stage, there is a vital collection of smaller companies in the city finding natural life in the supposedly ossified realms of one of Western civilization’s most highly developed art forms.”
Performances of “La Double Coquette” and “The Little Match Girl” followed this Charleston, S.C., event’s remembrance of a deadly shooting in 2015.
“Even the most ardent cultural nationalists know there’s a problem. On television, regulations requiring that about half the programming day be devoted to Canadian shows were created for linear schedules; they make little sense in an on-demand environment. Also, unregulated foreign services – that would be Netflix – face no such requirements. Nor does Netflix contribute to the Canadian programming funds underwritten by the cable and satellite companies.”
Although the “Roots” revival received strong reviews, it had a formidable opponent: Game 7 of the N.B.A. Western Conference finals.
The Millennium Iconoclast Museum of Art has opened in a district where homegrown extremists have been linked to some of Europe’s deadliest terror attacks.