New York Times Arts

  1. Daniel Wilson and Fran Sears hadn’t worked together in years. But they still owned partial rights to a certain 1990 movie based on Margaret Atwood‘s book.
  2. Despite its history as a public institution with free entry to all, the museum is considering a mandatory charge to help address budget deficits.
  3. At the New York Botanical Garden, this Seattle glassmaker is spreading his glass sculptures of plantlike forms (and more) among the real flora.
  4. In this new Starz series, a culture turns against those who helped build and define it.
  5. Ahead of his June court date, Bill Cosby and his daughter made rare public statements. But his spokesman denies a public relations campaign.
  6. Yannick Nézet-Séguin, 42, led an exciting performance of Wagner’s “Flying Dutchman,” starring Michael Volle and Amber Wagner.
  7. In “Anything Is Possible,” the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of “Olive Kitteridge” writes with a frank, unapologetic emphasis on forbidden desire.
  8. The singer is a virtuoso of suffering, and her new album, “Strength of a Woman,” is her most affecting in years.
  9. This North Carolina-based pop duo overcomes anxiety for its second album, “What Now.”
  10. The actress (“Togetherness,” “Girlboss”) reads Teresa DiFalco’s story about an obnoxious neighbor who becomes the glue in a couple’s unraveling marriage.