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

Today: 3/30/15

Tuesday: 3/31/15

Wednesday: 4/1/15

Thursday: 4/2/15

Friday: 4/3/15

Saturday: 4/4/15

Sunday: 4/5/15

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Theater

Application Pending

A new kindergarten assistant faces wildly cutthroat parents in this comedy about an outrageously competitive New York private school. More »

Art

"Both Ways"

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Art

Glenn Goldberg: "all day"

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Art

"Feel Big Live Small"
apexart

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Theater

New York Spring Spectacular
Radio City Music Hall

The Rockettes present a dazzling spectacle about three New Yorkers who adventure across the city, showcasing new dance numbers, puppetry, and 3D special effects. More »

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Cry, Trojans!
St. Ann's Warehouse

The Trojans recount their version of the mythic war in a modern take on Shakespeare’s Troilus and Cressida . More »

Art

"Painting Music in the Age of Caravaggio"
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Art

Ennion: "Master of Roman Glass"
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Art

"On Kawara--Silence"
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

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Classical

Flexn

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Art

"Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic"
Brooklyn Museum

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Art

"The Art of Networks"
New York Hall of Science

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Art

"Water to Paper, Paint to Sky: The Art of Tyrus Wong"
Museum of Chinese in America

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Theater

Camp Kappawanna

A 12-year-old girl leaves home for the first time in this upbeat summer-camp musical for kids. More »

Art

"Beautiful Users"

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Art

"Audubon’s Aviary: The Final Flight"
The New-York Historical Society

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Art

"Countdown to Zero"
American Museum of Natural Histo

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Theater

House of Tards
The Stonewall Inn

New York comedy trio Unitard returns with a fresh lineup of adult laughs after the group’s California tour. More »

Theater

Buzzer
The Public Theater

A Harvard-educated black lawyer and his white girlfriend return to his since-gentrified Brooklyn neighborhood, igniting tension in the couple’s relationship. More »

Art

2015 Triennial: "Surround Audience"
The New Museum of Contemporary A

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Theater

Leave Me Green

A washed-up opera star’s family and a neighboring pot dealer rebuild their broken homes in an incisive story about the solidarity of New York City’s disparate families. More »

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