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

Today: 12/10/17

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Art

An Incomplete History of Protest
Whitney Museum of American Art

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Theater

Pirates of Penzance
Skirball Center for the Performi

This "raucous and utterly zany" immersive adaptation of Gilbert and Sullivan’s hilarious operetta promises "swimming pools, twinkly lights, and a well-stocked tiki bar." More »

Theater

Haruki Murakami’s Sleep
Brooklyn Academy of Music

Part of BAM’s always excellent Next Wave Festival, this production takes on Haruki Murakami's famed short story about a woman’s wild battle with insomnia. More »

Theater

A Room in India
Park Avenue Armory

Four hours, 35 multinational actors speaking six languages, and a ravishing, athletic collision of Eastern and Western theatrical forms. More »

Art

Here Lie the Secrets of the Visitors of Green-Wood Cemetery
Green-Wood Cemetery

Creative Time and Sophie Calle’s 25-year obelisk public artwork. More »

Art

An Incomplete History of Protest
Whitney Museum of American Art

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Theater

Describe the Night
Atlantic Theater Company

Rajiv Joseph’s wide-ranging exploration of writers, spies, and politicians in the former Soviet Union feels both fascinating and timely. More »

Art

Louise Bourgeois: An Unfolding Portrait
The Museum of Modern Art

She is known for provoking visceral reactions with sculptures of giant spiders and penises. More »

Theater

The Last Match
The Harold and Miriam Steinberg

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Nightlife

Seth Herzog's SWEET
The Slipper Room

Seth Herzog hosts this long-running weekly alternative standup night. More »

Art

Louise Bourgeois: An Unfolding Portrait
The Museum of Modern Art

She is known for provoking visceral reactions with sculptures of giant spiders and penises. More »

Classical

Home
BAM Harvey Lichtenstein Theater

Experimental theater artist Geoff Sobelle returns to BAM with an ensemble of both performers and designers. More »

nightlife

Whiplash
Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre

A night of alternative stand-up that has featured unleashed sets from local heroes like Todd Barry, Arj Barker, Brett Gelman, Aziz Ansari, Baron Vaughn, and Dave Hill. More »

Theater

Describe the Night
Atlantic Theater Company

Rajiv Joseph’s wide-ranging exploration of writers, spies, and politicians in the former Soviet Union feels both fascinating and timely. More »

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