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

Today: 2/27/15

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Art

Analia Saban: "Backyard"
Tanya Bonakdar

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Nightlife

Screaming Females
Knitting Factory

The New Brunswick trio’s latest album, "Rose Mountain," is every bit as raucous and riff-heavy as the five that came before it, but this is still a band best experienced live. More »

Theater

Long Story Short
59E59 Theaters

This pop-rock musical traces the 50-year romance of a frazzled Jewish–Asian-American couple, adapted from playwright David Schulner’s An Infinite Ache . More »

Art

Madame Cezanne
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Theater

The Mystery of Love & Sex
Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater

Two college-age childhood friends question their romantic relationship in this coming-of-age story directed by Sam Gold. Diane Lane and Tony Shalhoub play concerned parents. More »

Classical

Anna Caterina Antonacci, soprano
Alice Tully Hall

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Classical

The Legend of Mulan
David H. Koch Theater

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Nightlife

The Stepfathers
Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre

This weekly longform show at UCB Chelsea features some of NYC’s most talented veteran improvisers. More »

Classical

Sibelius and Brahms
Avery Fisher Hall

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Art

"Bazm and Razm: Feast and Fight in Persian Art"
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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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 »

Art

Gerald Marcus: Recent Work

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Art

"Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream"

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Art

Marianne Van Lent: "Prima Materia"

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Theater

Sex Tips for Straight Women From a Gay Man

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Nightlife

What I Did For Love
UCB East

At UCB's downtown theater, comedians will be interviewing audience members about their love lives and turning the results into an improv performance. More »

Art

"Countdown to Zero"
American Museum of Natural Histo

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Art

Activist New York
The Museum of the City of New Yo

An exploration of 400 years of socia lactivism in the city. More »

Art

Sean Scully: "Landline"
Cheim & Read

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Art

Group Show: "Immediate Female"

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nightlife

The CasHank Hootenanny Jamboree
Buttermilk Bar

For those transplanted country-music fans, a scene grows in Brooklyn. More »

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