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

Today: 11/28/14

Saturday: 11/29/14

Sunday: 11/30/14

Monday: 12/1/14

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Thursday: 12/4/14

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Art

Franz West Solo Exhibition

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Theater

Me, My Mouth and I
Cherry Lane Theatre

Comedienne and talk show host Joy Behar relays her life, from growing up in Brooklyn to her career onstage. As she puts it, “This is a good time to take stock of my shenanigans.” More »

Art

Jiri Voves: "Inscriptions"

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Art

Madame Cezanne
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Theater

The Ally Coalition Presents: A Talent Show
New World Stages

Lena Dunham, Ingrid Michaelson, and others perform in this one-night variety show to benefit New Alternatives, an organization that helps the city’s young homeless LGBTQ population. More »

Art

Freezer Burn

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Theater

The Illusionists - Witness the Impossible
Marquis Theatre

Seven illusionists perform stunts and magic tricks including levitation, mind-reading, and a full-view water torture escape. More »

Theater

Lypsinka! The Trilogy
Connelly Theater

Drag artist John Epperson returns to the stage after a nine-year absence, showcasing his original character Lypsinka in three fierce, lip-synched productions. More »

Theater

Blank! The Musical
New World Stages

Every performance is a blank slate with this show—no script, no rehearsals. Audience members choose a title, lyrics, and compose a score with their smartphones. More »

Nightlife

Run the Jewels
Stage 48

This one's made for a party, which is why they're doing it twice. More »

Classical

La Bohème (2014-2015)
The Metropolitan Opera

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Art

Valerie Giles: "Recent Work"

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Theater

Major Barbara

A father goes head-to-head with his daughter Barbara, a major in the Salvation Army, in this production of the much-loved comedy by George Bernard Shaw that explores modern wealth, poverty, and morality. More »

Art

Marcel Eichner: New Paintings

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Theater

The Erlkings (Die Erlkonige)
The Samuel Beckett Theatre

This drama explores the private lives of the Columbine High School massacre’s two teen shooters, aiming for insight into the violent psyche that continues to pervade schools across the U.S. More »

Nightlife

Jerry Seinfeld

We could make a "What's the deal with?" joke here, but we won't. More »

Theater

Naperville

A man gives up his career and moves home after his mom is blinded in a car accident, facing high-school crushes and curfews in a comedy about life in the suburbs. More »

Art

"GingerBread Lane"
New York Hall of Science

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reading

The New York Review of Science Fiction Readings
South Street Seaport Museum

It's hard to match the geek-chic cachet of this monthly science-fiction series, sponsored by the same-named sci-fi literary journal. More »

Art

"Annie Leibovitz: Pilgrimage"
The New-York Historical Society

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Art

Guglielmo Achille Cavellini / Centennial Exhibition

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