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Agenda: New York's culture editors plan the week.

Today: 10/12/17

Friday: 10/13/17

Saturday: 10/14/17

Sunday: 10/15/17

Monday: 10/16/17

Tuesday: 10/17/17

Wednesday: 10/18/17

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Theater

The Book of Mormon
Eugene O'Neill Theatre

From the creators of "South Park" comes this new musical about two mismatched Mormon boys sent on a mission far from the confines of Salt Lake City. More »

Theater

imageSleep No More
McKittrick Hotel

Punchdrunk's site-specific, interactive production immerses the audience in a highly detailed environment that retells "Macbeth" through a film-noir lens. More »

Theater

Mary Jane
New York Theatre Workshop

Anne Kauffman directs Amy Herzog’s play about a mother caring for her very young, very ill son. More »

Theater

Hamilton

Lin-Manuel Miranda's acclaimed musical moves to Broadway, staging the founding father's revolutionary life. More »

Art

"Picasso's Le Tricorne"
The New-York Historical Society

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Theater

Come From Away
Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre

A riveting concept underlies this original work, the first to take on the events of September 11, 2001. It’s about the small town in Newfoundland where 6,579 passengers aboard 38 planes were marooned that terrible day. More »

Art

Chris Ofili: 'Paradise Lost'
David Zwirner

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Theater

Groundhog Day
August Wilson Theatre

A new musical based on the movie of the same name. More »

Art

Calder: Hypermobility
Whitney Museum of American Art

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Theater

Kinky Boots
Al Hirschfeld Theatre

Having inherited a shoe factory that's on the verge of bankruptcy, a man finds an unlikely source of inspiration and salvation in a drag queen. More »

Theater

Groundhog Day
August Wilson Theatre

A new musical based on the movie of the same name. More »

Nightlife

Hot Soup
Irish Exit Saloon

A host of the city's best comics perform in one venue, serving up hot soup that doesn't just feed the soul but tickles the belly. More »

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