In “A Very English Scandal,” Mr. Grant’s first major TV role since the 1990s, he plays a British politician who conspired to murder his former lover.
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Performing the wrenching “Girls & Boys” has taken more fortitude than she ever expected.
Strict physical norms still matter in ballet. To dance in the female corps — a first in modern ballet — Chase Johnsey shed 20 pounds and remade his body.
With letters to the tooth fairy, a set of gold grillz, and other weird and wonderful objects, an exhibition in London examines the feelings people harbor about their teeth.
Liam Scarlett’s production for the Royal Ballet does not try for major conceptual shifts, but it keeps the story fresh with a new focus on the prince.
Wayne McGregor brings his extreme extensions, buckling torsos and improbably fast coordinations to American Ballet Theater with “AfteRite.”
Daniel Kramer, a 41-year-old American who has never led a major arts organization, is in charge of saving the troubled English National Opera.
Two full-length commissions herald a new era for Pina Bausch’s company as it explores what dance-theater can mean in the 21st century.
“Something to Dance About,” a new piece staged by Warren Carlyle, includes extracts from nine musicals choreographed by Robbins.
Making this year’s shortlist: an organization that uses architectural rendering software to uncover human rights abuses and three artists depicting social and political issues in film.