New York Times Arts

  1. The research, covering 2014 to 2017, also showed the power of films that pass the Bechdel test, in which two female characters discuss something other than a man.
  2. Would an appearance at Art Basel Miami Beach help ten women scale the barriers of rejection or aesthetic misunderstanding they found in Georgia?
  3. Here’s what to read and watch to learn more about the series and Elena Ferrante, and prolong the mood and magic of her world.
  4. Predicting the canon of Christmas movie future has never been easy. Here’s what The Times wrote about some of today’s favorites when they first hit screens.
  5. The darkly revisionist production, which was staged this fall at St. Ann’s Warehouse, will play the Circle in the Square.
  6. A revival of Lynn Nottage’s 2004 satire puts an unexpected spin on the religion of American reinvention.
  7. “You can’t force Lucille Ball to be Gracie Allen” and other lessons from the artistic director of Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, which returns to the Joyce Theater this week.
  8. Alexander Shiryaev’s animated movie, from the early 20th century, shows a dance instantly recognizable as the Candy Cane solo from George Balanchine’s version of the holiday classic.
  9. Laibach has been flirting with totalitarian symbols, and confusing audiences, for decades. Their new album of “Sound of Music” covers is puzzling, too.
  10. Our critics choose the best dance moments of a year crowded with major retrospectives and important new works.

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