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As More Deaf People Are Seen on TV, Others Want to Be Heard

Some deaf people identify with shows like “Deaf U.” For others, a deaf contestant on “The Bachelor” who doesn’t use sign language is a welcome change. aller à l'article >

As More Deaf People Are Seen on TV, Others Want to Be Heard

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Some deaf people identify with shows like “Deaf U.” For others, a deaf contestant on “The Bachelor” who doesn’t use sign language is a welcome change. continuer à lire

4 Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now

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“Threads,” a group show of textile art; Peter Sacks’s imposing “Republic”; Kazuko Miyamoto’s sculptures; and “K as in Knight”explores ambiguity. continuer à lire

Report: New York City’s Arts and Recreation Employment Down by 66 Percent

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The New York State comptroller’s office details the effects of the pandemic’s devastation and says a full recovery would be made only with government assistance. continuer à lire

Kingsley Ben-Adir’s Breakthrough Year Didn’t Come Easily

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Playing Malcolm X in “One Night in Miami” is a dream realized for the British actor, but drama school didn’t prepare him for all the disappointments along the way. continuer à lire

KAWS at the Brooklyn Museum: A Coming-Out Party

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The Simpsons, Snoopy and the Smurfs are all here in a survey of the artist Brian Donnelly’s 25-year career. continuer à lire

A Writer Shakes Her Family Tree, and Cherishes Every Leaf

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Maria Stepanova’s “In Memory of Memory” looks to the lives of her ancestors, and celebrates their very “ordinariness.” continuer à lire

You’re New Here, Aren’t You? Digital Theater’s Unexpected Upside

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Companies and venues that put work online are finding big, new and younger audiences — but little revenue. continuer à lire

In ‘Summer Brother,’ Sibling Bonding During a Season of Turmoil

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In Jaap Robben’s “Summer Brother,” a 13-year-old finds himself the default caregiver for his severely disabled brother. His dad’s a swindler. The bills are due. Disaster is inevitable. continuer à lire

History Meets the Present on the ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ Album

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The songs inspired by Shaka King’s film about the 1969 police killing of the Illinois Black Panther Party chairman Fred Hampton mostly don’t appear in the movie, but they expand its story. continuer à lire

Memoir by Amos Oz’s Daughter Divides Family and Shocks Israel

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“He told me I was filth,” Galia Oz writes in her book, “Something Disguised as Love,” among other accusations of physical and emotional abuse. Her mother and siblings have defended their late father. continuer à lire

Silas Farley to Lead Dance Academy in Los Angeles

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“It felt like the right next step,” the former New York City Ballet dancer said of taking on a leadership role at the Colburn School. continuer à lire