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

Today: 1/31/15

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Theater

Film Chinois
The Samuel Beckett Theatre

An American spy arrives in Peking, China, in 1947 to search for an old piece of film, meeting a dangerous lover and more adversaries with the same goal. More »

Art

"El Greco in New York"
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Art

Madame Cezanne
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Theater

The Lion
The Culture Project

Songwriter Benjamin Scheuer performs his own true story of surviving Hodgkins Lymphoma at 29 in this uplifting coming-of-age tale about love, family, and redemption through music. More »

Art

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

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Art

"Come Closer to Me"
Pierogi

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Art

Dan Walsh: Solo Exhibition
Paula Cooper

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Art

"Come Closer to Me"
Pierogi

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Theater

The Actual Dance

A husband’s wife falls ill during their thirty-third year of marriage in this inspiring story about love and resilience. More »

Theater

Nevermore
New World Stages

This whimsical musical fuses fact and fiction with clever stagecraft and nightmarish music, telling the story of the writer’s life. More »

Reading

Mary Ellen Carroll on Fred Sandback

Conceptual artist Mary Ellen Carroll discusses the work of minimalist sculptor Fred Sandback. More »

Art

"Blueprint"

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Art

"Adam Ekberg: Orchestrating the Ordinary"
ClampArt

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Classical

Rachmaninoff’s Second Symphony and Lisa Batiashvili
Lincoln Center for the Performin

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Art

"Max Neumann: New Work"

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Art

"Chitra Ganesh: Eyes of Time"
Brooklyn Museum

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Art

Sturtevant: Double Trouble
The Museum of Modern Art

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Art

Group Show: "Places and Things"

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Art

Group Show: "Immediate Female"

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Theater

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

In the celebrated Broadway adaption of Mark Haddon’s coming-of-age mystery novel, a 15-year-old boy is accused of killing his neighbor’s dog and sets out to find the culprit. More »

Art

Paulette Tavormina: "Bodegón"
Robert Mann Gallery

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