New York Times Arts

  1. Twelve states have passed laws about nondisclosure agreements in sexual misconduct cases, but only one effectively neutralizes them.
  2. Returning to the role he originated nearly 50 years ago, the 76-year-old actor considers its disorienting impact on his life.
  3. At a new cabaret, queens and L.G.B.T.Q. Arabs can party freely.
  4. Sex and drugs and more sex and drugs, but also some dark humor and tender romance in a complicated ensemble drama.
  5. She talks about playing the leading lady in “Much Ado About Nothing,” saying goodbye to “Orange Is the New Black,” and being a role model.
  6. The new version of the Nickelodeon show revives sketches from its heyday. But will a new generation care about jokes made before they were born?
  7. The pianist is returning to one of the first composers she loved in a concert at Carnegie Hall.
  8. Hear tracks by Madonna, Sturgill Simpson, Vagabon and others.
  9. There’s something for everyone, from classical music in the park to Alvin Ailey at Lincoln Center and four must-not-miss art shows spotlighting women.
  10. Donald Trump is a character in Anthony Davis’s jazz-infused adaptation of this true story of wrongful conviction.