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

Today: 4/19/14

Sunday: 4/20/14

Monday: 4/21/14

Tuesday: 4/22/14

Wednesday: 4/23/14

Thursday: 4/24/14

Friday: 4/25/14

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Art

Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs
American Museum of Natural Histo

Flying, clawing dinos! Your 5-year-old wants to see this; probably, not so secretly, so do you. More »

Theater

Don’t Wake Me: The Ballad of Nihal Armstrong
59E59 Theaters

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Theater

The World Is Round
Brooklyn Academy of Music

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Classical

Collected Stories
Carnegie Hall

David Lang, Bang on a Can co-founder and now Carnegie’s resident composer, opens his six-concert series with an odd-couple program of songs from the 8th and 20th centuries. More »

Theater

Here Lies Love
The Public Theater

David Byrne and Fatboy Slim collaborated on this theatrical spectacle, which deconstructs the rise and fall of Filipina First Lady Imelda Marcos in a throbbing, dance-club setting. More »

Classical

Arabella
The Metropolitan Opera

Back at the Met, after a dozen years. More »

Theater

Peddling
59E59 Theaters

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Theater

Isolde
Abrons Arts Center

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Theater

The Mystery of Irma Vep
Lucille Lortel Theatre

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Art

Lost Kingdoms: Hindu-Buddhist Sculpture of Early Southeast Asia
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Community

The New York State Pavilion
Flushing Meadows Corona Park

The ruined 1964 World’s Fair structures are usually fenced off, but on the anniversary of their opening, visitors will be allowed into the New York State Pavilion for three hours. More »

Classical

Snow White
David H. Koch Theater

No singing dwarves, yes Gaultier. More »

Nightlife

Kendra Morris
Baby's All Right

With her own spaghetti-westerned take on vintage soul, Kendra Morris stands out in the retro-R&B field with a serious wail and an eclecticism that others can’t match. More »

Theater

An Octoroon
Soho Rep

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Art

Sky High & the Logic of Luxury
The Skyscraper Museum

If you've had your eye on the skyline and wondered about the coming crop of stalky towers on 57th Street, this show is your explainer. More »

Art

Kigurumi, Dollers and How We See

The photographer Laurie Simmons is best known for her compelling images of dolls. More »

Nightlife

Jim Caruso's Cast Party
Birdland

Broadway mainstay Caruso's always-packed showcase for the theater world. More »

Theater

The Great Immensity
The Public Theater

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Classical

Emerson String Quartet
Alice Tully Hall

The group’s going through Shostakovich’s late quartets, here pairing No. 13 with Britten’s Third. More »

Nightlife

Toadies
Irving Plaza

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Theater

Jackie and Marilyn

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