The two will perform in “Privacy” at the Public Theater.
This coming-of-age tale centers on two adolescent outsiders who hit the road in a zany homemade vehicle that doubles as a dwelling.
“The patent describes a smartphone camera receiving coded infrared signals beamed from emitters in public places. The handset could then offer on-screen information or disable the camera functionality to stop pictures being taken.”
“Bruce Conner: It’s All True,” at MoMA, is the first New York retrospective of this polymathic artist. It features some 250 works in nearly 10 media.
Ms. Trenary, a 22-year-old American Ballet Theater soloist making her New York debut as Aurora, discussed her memorable performance.
A fascinating exhibition at the Hessel Museum of Art features ephemera from Mr. Oursler’s archive, and his film “Imponderable” is at the Museum of Modern Art.
The New York Times film critics review “The BFG,” “The Legend of Tarzan” and “Our Kind of Traitor.”
The film, based on John le Carré’s 2010 novel of the same name, includes complications both geopolitical and conjugal.
In the third chapter of James DeMonaco’s dystopian series, a senator joins insurgents who oppose the yearly overnight killing spree in the title.
Alexei Ratmansky’s staging for American Ballet Theater is looking even better than it did in its premiere season.