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

Today: 5/26/16

Friday: 5/27/16

Saturday: 5/28/16

Sunday: 5/29/16

Monday: 5/30/16

Tuesday: 5/31/16

Wednesday: 6/1/16

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Theater

Turn Me Loose
Westside Theatre

From John Legend and Mike Jackson comes the story of famed black comedian Dick Gregory (played by Jo Morton). More »

Art

Nicole Eisenman
Anton Kern

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Theater

Friend Art
Second Stage Theatre

A bunch of artists in Gotham break up, get married, and, most importantly, attend each other’s shows. More »

Art

Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

An intricate look at fashion techniques. More »

Theater

Tuck Everlasting
Broadhurst Theatre

An adaptation of the Natalie Babbit classic, this new musical tells the story of young Winnie Foster who discovers that her new love is immortal. More »

Theater

The Purple Lights of Jopa Illinois
Atlantic Theater Company

Ellis Shook lives a normal, simple life until two teenage girls end up at his door. More »

Nightlife

Selena Gomez
Barclays Center

Escaping Disney can be a tricky feat, but Selena Gomez managed it with style. More »

Art

Dream States: Contemporary Photographs and Video
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Art

Juan Usle: Membrana Porosa
Cheim & Read

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Theater

Paramour
The Lyric Theatre

Cirque du Soleil comes to Broadway with this luscious show set in the Golden Age of Hollywood that follows a stunning young poet, torn between loves. More »

Theater

Skeleton Crew
Atlantic Theater Company

The third play in Dominique Morisseau’s Detroit trilogy tells the story of the shifting dynamics between workers at the last exporting auto plant in the city. More »

Art

Xu Lei: New Works
Marlborough Gallery

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Theater

Peer Gynt
Classic Stage Company

A retelling of Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen’s five-act play partially based on a classic fairytale and the writer’s own life. More »

Classical

Tamara Gverdtsiteli
Carnegie Hall

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Art

Mike Iveson: The Tear Drinkers
The Kitchen

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Theater

Signature Plays
Signature Theatre Company

To celebrate Signature’s 25th Anniversary the  company presents 3 plays (Edward Albee’s "The Sandbox", María Irene Fornés’ "Drowning", and Adrienne Kennedy’s "Funnyhouse of a Negro") that were produced during the playwrights’ residencies. More »

Theater

Himself and Nora
Minetta Lane Theatre

A new musical love story about James Joyce. More »

Art

Queens International 2016
Queens Museum of Art

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Art

The Expressionist Nude
Neue Galerie

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Classical

The Magical Strings of Youth Of The Betty Haag Academy
Carnegie Hall

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Art

Jefferson Hayman: Limerance
Robin Rice Gallery

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Top 10 Movies

  1. The Angry Birds Movie
  2. Captain America: Civil War
  3. Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising
  4. < a href="http://www.vulture.com/2016/05/movie-review-the-nice-guys.html">The Nice Guys
  5. The Jungle Book
  6. Money Monster
  7. The Darkness
  8. Zooptopia
  9. The Huntsman: Winter's War
  10. Mother's Day
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