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A Romeo and Juliet series from the Shonda Rhimes universe. And a notable Michael Jackson impersonator makes his acting debut as the King of Pop.
Mr. Martin also appeared in a number of popular television shows, including episodes of “The Love Boat,” “Magnum P.I.” and “Murder, She Wrote.”
“Twilight” is in the rearview mirror, but he stands by the series even as he’s celebrated at Cannes for his turn as an inept bad guy in “Good Time.”
Directed by Ruben Ostlund, “The Square” was a surprise winner of the Palme d’Or. With “The Beguiled,” Ms. Coppola became the second woman in the festival’s history to win the directing prize.
The Alamo Drafthouse will host several screenings of “Wonder Woman” for women only. The decision received both criticism and support online.
As with many of Ms. Copeland’s performances, she was best in low-pressure moments, and more captivating as an actor than a dancer.
This new ABC drama from Shondaland imagines a Shakespearean sequel with feuding families, a beleaguered prince and, of course, romance.
In “Being a Dad Is Weird,” the comedic actor and screenwriter juxtaposes his childhood in Illinois with modern-day fatherhood in Los Angeles.
Amina Henry’s new play at Jack is about a greedy but not particularly bright entrepreneur and four determined dancers who compete in Pittsburgh.
“Dead Men Tell No Tales,” the latest film in the “Pirates” franchise, overcame poor reviews. “Baywatch” continued a string of lackluster TV adaptations.
Idris Elba — who made breaking the rules a very good thing in “Luther” — goes rogue as a C.I.A. officer. And Laurence Fishburne joins Joe Mantegna as host of a tribute to the armed services.
Gregg Allman, who died Saturday, stirred all of the mythic South into his music. Here’s a sampling, mostly recorded with the Allman Brothers Band.
A painting by the 18th-century artist Michele Marieschi will go to auction after a family’s 70-year effort to recover it.
The singer, keyboardist and songwriter was a founder of the Allman Brothers Band and a composer of songs like “Whipping Post” and “Midnight Rider.”
Mr. Johnson, the author of “Jesus’ Son,” peopled his novels, stories and poems with drifters, addicts, inmates and spies.
Love isn’t always black and white, and photographer Andre Wagner shows the range of the emotion through his gray-scale images.
Decades ago, José Fuster set out to transform a Havana fishing neighborhood into a work of art. Despite Cuba’s political and economic turmoil, his work now spans from residents’ homes to a giant chess park. Step inside in 360 degrees.
Brad Pitt swaggers onto the screen as a big-gun general — any similarities to a living person are purely intentional. And six filmmakers tackle patriotism.
Mr. Mace lived with his partner, known professionally as Richard Adrian Dorr, for decades, and noted Broadway performers studied at the vocal studio they ran.
In this author’s universe, hallucinatory imaginings bleed into daily life, where reality itself can seem like a fevered nightmare.
About 7,000 miles away, in New Jersey, the artist’s sister summed up her family’s response: “We were speechless.”
Under Julie Kent’s direction, the company hits peaks in a program that includes Anthony Tudor’s “Jardin aux Lilas” and Frederick Ashton’s “The Dream.”
Berkeley Breathed, the creator of the comic strip, shared a (fake) letter telling him to stop using Mr. Trump’s image.
The Cannes veteran talks about movies, sexism, female rage and “The Beguiled,” the third film that she’s made with the director Sofia Coppola.
Music fests are ubiquitous, but only some are curated well enough to be thrilling. And there’s the Fyre Festival. A panel discussion of the current festival climate, on Popcast.
In a long note posted on her social media accounts, the pop singer offered condolences and thanked her fans for their compassion and support.
Benefits took place recently for the American Ballet Theater, the Whitney Museum, the New York City Police Foundation and the Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen.
The violinist Augustin Hadelich's virtuosic performance of Dvorak, and surprise in "Carmen" and Franz Schmidt's Symphony No. 2 were among the highlights.
Jakub Hrusa, 35, performed works by Dvorak and Janacek at David Geffen Hall, including Dvorak’s Violin Concerto with Augustin Hadelich.
Hear the week's most notable new songs from Rita Ora, Washed Out, Gary Allan, Charles Lloyd and more.
Video clips, incense and guided meditation are mashed up in Royal Osiris Karaoke Ensemble’s offbeat exploration of courtship in the age of the app.
The network said it would bring back the acclaimed sitcoms, though T.J. Miller won’t be returning to ‘Silicon Valley.’
Through the program Publicolor, students at P.S. 244 will paint a mural based on the artist’s 1952 work “Untitled.”
It’s a big city, with plenty to do, see, hear and watch. Here’s a sampling of cultural highlights this weekend and over the week ahead.
The songs in Spanish on this Colombian star’s new album, “El Dorado,” bring back her playfulness. The track “Chantaje” already has 1.5 billion streams.
Berta Colón, who had been the deputy director of institutional advancement, was dismissed; she has written to the board over concerns about finances.
On its anniversary, the gritty John Travolta disco classic gets a director’s cut, with 15 extra minutes.
Complex special effects can mean several thousand crew members are listed at the end. But not all workers are there, and some wish the scrolls were even longer.
He talks about portraying historical figures like Einstein and his fresh turn as Barbossa in “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.”
Recommendations for shows to help pacify even the most pernicious strains of road rage over the holiday.
Kulap Vilaysack is part of an emerging group of first-time series creators and showrunners who are more likely to come from outside of TV writer backgrounds.
Contemporary art auctions may be on the rise, largely thanks to financial guarantors, as shown by the $110.5 million bid for a Jean-Michel Basquiat painting.
Political strands within familiar works have been popping out with startling resonance in a series of recent performances, our critic writes.
Late-night TV hosts pounced on Greg Gianforte, who won the election on Thursday for Montana’s vacant House seat despite being charged with assaulting a reporter.
Laurie Anderson, Jenny Holzer and James Turrell are taking up residence in a new space at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art.