This grab bag at the Barrow Group has a though-provoking start, an exhilarating finish and a few weak spots, Laura Collins-Hughes writes.
The Royal Ballet revives this 1961 Ashton work, which will be broadcast in New York in March.
A new production to be broadcast live on NBC this week before hopping to Broadway will include a tweaked score and of-the-minute dance moves.
Twelve shows brought in more than a million dollars apiece during the week.
At 93, Qin Yi is the only survivor of a group whose beauty stirred audiences and advanced the Communist Party at the birth of modern China.
“This is the way that recognition of the issue—which is usually step one—has been sidelined by those who want to feel that they’ve addressed the problem but don’t actually want to address it. They say it’s already been addressed, solved, and resolved. They say that now it’s a merit-based system, and anyone who isn’t entering […]
Joby Warrick creates the most revealing portrait yet laid out in a book of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the founding father of the organization that would become the Islamic State, or ISIS.
Galleries showing at fairs like Art Basel Miami Beach, which begins this week, have stepped up their interiors.