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As Peter Gelb’s Met updates its productions, Franco Zeffirelli feels dissed.
The Glass Menagerie: Phelim McDermott and Julian Crouch
A Brilliant Tyrant
City Ballet’s spring tribute to Jerome Robbins, creative genius and tantrum-thrower.
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The Road to St. Patrick’s
Who will be New York’s next archbishop?
Settling the Score
Composer Danny Elfman—known for scoring many Tim Burton movies and for writing the Simpsons theme—annotates his rollicking finale to Twyla Tharp’s new ballet for American Ballet Theatre.
Three Simple Rules for a Nobel Prize
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The Equines of ‘Equus’
A chat with Daniel Radcliffe’s six onstage companions.
Choreographer Bill T. Jones brings the life of Fela Kuti to Off Broadway, this time as director.
Long Story Short
Mandy Patinkin’s circuitous, hairy ride back to Shakespeare.
Sag Harbor Village: Everything Must Go!
One small town; 58 houses for sale.
Catering to Foodies
Four top chefs take us through their fantasy wedding menus. Delicious? Of course. Realistic? Caterer Peter Callahan weighs in.
The Ditmas Park Crew
A group of classically trained musicians is remaking pop in their own image.
New Choreographer: Jonah Bokaer
What do you get when a classically trained musician composes for a post-punker?
Melissa Barak returns to City Ballet, this time as choreographer.
David Byrne Makes Sense Of His Tour
Merce Cunningham, who made a revolution out of ordinary movement, celebrates his 90th birthday.
Stephen Petronio’s Salty Pas de Deux
55 Minutes With ?uestlove
The Roots (and Jimmy Fallon) bandleader is in search of a nap, and maybe an apartment in the city.