Kirill Serebrennikov, a director who has long been critical of the Russian government, brings his new feature “Tchaikovsky’s Wife” to the second day of the Cannes Film Festival.
Raven Chacon’s “Voiceless Mass,” a work for ensemble and pipe organ that “evokes the weight of history in a church setting,” won the prize for music.
“The Lehman Trilogy,” as well as revivals of “Company” and “For Colored Girls,” led in their respective categories as the industry tries to recover from the long pandemic shutdown.
The 41-year-old playwright’s show “Fat Ham,” set at a Southern barbecue, hasn’t even had an in-person production yet because of the pandemic.
A former star ballerina with the company, Jaffe will assume the reins after the 30-year tenure of Kevin McKenzie.
An online fracas over a book review is the latest blowup in a field that has been roiled in recent years with acrimonious debate over race.
While for-profit theater owners and operators agreed to stop checking proof of vaccination this week, several nonprofit Broadway theaters continue to require it.
The leaked draft opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade also takes aim at its version of history, challenging decades of scholarship that argues abortion was not always a crime.
Auction houses like Sotheby’s and Christie’s will no longer need to be licensed as part of a sweeping package designed to promote a business-friendly climate.