At the Park Avenue Armory, Laurie Anderson and Jason Moran gathered fellow artists to conjure a sonic environment haunted by the pandemic.
By Joshua Barone
This far-reaching documentary from Lisa Rovner looks back at the female composers and artists who shaped modern music.
By Glenn Kenny
The slate of commissioned works for reduced capacity audiences involves the artists Bill T. Jones, David Byrne and Laurie Anderson.
By Brian Seibert
Ryan McCarty’s puzzle spins us about a bit.
By Caitlin Lovinger
“You’ve got to fall on your face to sit at the table,” says the erstwhile R.E.M. frontman.
By Joe Coscarelli
“As the wind passes through windows and slips under doors we meet the characters in the book. If any Times readers know which Balzac book this wind is in — please let me know.”
The Public Theater’s festival has included 12 main offerings, four cabaret acts and six pieces in development. Here’s the last of what our critics saw.
By Ben Brantley, Jesse Green and Laura Collins-Hughes
The performance artist will take viewers to the moon as part of the Public Theater’s next lineup of international artists.
By Gabe Cohn
Ms. Anderson is one of just a few of Manhattan’s downtown experimentalists who have garnered worldwide acclaim while remaining committed to her insurgent roots.
By Giovanni Russonello
“The Lion King” remake, the Apollo 11 anniversary and more: Here’s your guide to the weekend in culture.
By Nicole Herrington