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May 29 Issue
The 9 Best Broadway Songs of the Season
The season’s standout tunes, featuring a lying teenager, several heroic Canadians, and a lot of drunken, angsty Russians.
Madison Malone Kircher
Lunch With Laurie Metcalf, Star of
A Doll’s House, Part 2,
at a Doll Store
The Tony favorite talks about the sequel to a classic play, following her passion, and the
The Great Comet
Moved From Cabaret to Broadway
Problem No. 1: Take your musical from a cabaret into a massive theater. Problem No. 2: Make that theater feel like a cabaret.
Review: Percival Everett’s
So Much Blue
Is Winding and Beguiling
At age 61, Everett may have the lowest profile of any major American novelist now in his or her prime.
Jerry Saltz: The Drawing I Can’t Stop Thinking About From Frieze New York
A great work of art from 1875 that’s never been seen in any museum.
Review: Christopher Plummer Is Glorious in
As he proves yet again as the aged Kaiser Wilhelm II
Plummer can put more shading into fewer syllables than any actor alive.
What Creators Have to Gain, and Fear, in a Streaming-TV World
The advent of streaming has brought untold freedom and opportunity to creators — and an unprecedented chance to get lost in the Peak TV shuffle.
Why Is the Edward Albee Estate Afraid of a Black
And should playwrights get a posthumous say in who performs their work?
The Acerbic, Unflinching Writing of Samantha Irby
She took up her confessional writing to “impress a dude” — and wound up marrying a woman. She also picked up a lot of famous fans.
Zoe Kazan Is Reimagining the Rom-Com Heroine — and Herself
In a new film,
The Big Sick,
and a new play,
After the Blast.