In “Public, Private, Secret,” a stimulating and unsettling exhibition, the International Center of Photography embraces a new orientation.
Ms. Ferri, once retired, is continuing her career at 53 as she performs with American Ballet Theater in “Romeo and Juliet.”
Judith Hill was sitting on a plane with a man she loved, when suddenly he lost consciousness. She shouted his name: Prince. But he didn’t come to.
John Reuter says business isn’t brisk enough to save his company, whose signature product is a 20-inch-by-24-inch wooden camera that’s irredeemably analog.
Old silent films and even a buried stage set are source materials for this biennial exhibition.
For 16 days, “The Floating Piers,” a saffron-colored walkway, will connect two small islands in a lake in Northern Italy to the mainland.
The friendly blue fish with short-term memory problems goes looking for her family and takes a star turn in this sequel to “Finding Nemo.”
The dancers Constance Stamatiou, Ashley Mayeux and Solomon Dumas bring different life experiences to the company’s latest season.
The late-night hosts had been here so many times, after so many mass murders, that the sad comic’s display of apolitical grief had become shtick.