Solange Knowles Will Debut Her First Ballet Score in September

Solange, the pop star whose artistic tendrils have reached into the worlds of music, choreography, fashion,…

‘Ben Is Back,’ ‘Censor’ and More

This month’s off-the-grid streaming recommendations are not for the squeamish, rife with unsettling horror, exploitation and…

National Endowment for the Humanities Announces $31.5 Million in Grants

A PBS documentary on the 400-year history of Shakespeare’s plays, a New York Public Library summer…

Upending Expectations for Indigenous Music, Noisily

Raven Chacon wasn’t sure he should accept the commission that would soon earn him the Pulitzer…

Anne Heche Onscreen: Wily and Funny but Also Unnerving

Long before the car crash that led to the actress Anne Heche being declared brain-dead at…

R. Kelly Stands Trial in Chicago: What to Know

R. Kelly, who was sentenced to 30 years in prison for racketeering and sex trafficking earlier…

‘Mack & Rita’ Review: 70 Is the New 30

In the Diane Keaton comedy “Mack & Rita,” the 30-year-old Mack (Elizabeth Lail) has always felt…

At the Salzburg Festival, Riches, Retreads and Notes of Caution

SALZBURG, Austria — The premiere of a new production of Janacek’s opera “Kat’a Kabanova” had just…

‘Fall’ Review: Things Are Looking Down

If you, too, are afraid of heights, you’re likely to experience “Fall” as a straightforward horror…

‘Laal Singh Chaddha’ Review: Forrest Gump in India

“Forrest Gump” has been called many things: a feel-good crowd-pleaser, a maddening piece of pap, and…