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Theater Review (NYC Off-Broadway): ‘Rimbaud in New York’

Brimming with a studied outrageousness, and brushed with sentiment, the show takes a sidelong look at the pretentiousness of downtown artsiness, while reminding us – or introducing us to – the French force of nature who provoked the spirits of so many 20th century creatives.

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Museum Preview: ‘Nasreen Mohamedi’ and ‘Unfinished’ Inaugurate Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Met Breuer Building

The reopening of Bauhaus-trained architect Marcel Breuer's modernist 1960s Madison Avenue building might be enough in itself to draw curious crowds, but two expansive exhibits make an early visit to the new Met Breuer a must.

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Theater Review (Off-Broadway NYC): Sam Shepard’s ‘Buried Child’ with Ed Harris and Amy Madigan

This is a magnificent production, prodigiously acted by the ensemble cast and brilliantly conceived, staged, and designed by Scott Elliott and his team. The production throbs with tension. The undercurrents vibrate throughout. Above all the character portrayals balance evenly to create a living portrait of the poignancy of human families.

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