• The Broadway Shows You Don't Want to Miss in 2020

    13 days ago - By WWD

    The couples who perform together, stay together: The 2020 theater scene in New York kicks off with a bit of real-life romance onstage, first with Rose Byrne and Bobby Cannavale. The pair will star in Simon Stone's take on the Euripides tragedy “Medea,” opening Jan. 30 at BAM's Harvey Theater. Beginning with previews in March, Sarah Jessica Parker and husband Matthew Broderick will be reunited onstage for the first time since 1992 in a limited run of “Plaza Suite” at the Hudson, the first New York revival of the Neil Simon piece.
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  • The Art Scene for Spring 2020 Includes Shows for Donald Judd and Christo

    13 days ago - By WWD

    On Feb. 11, Surrealist pop painter Peter Saul's first New York museum survey, “Crime and Punishment” opens at the New Museum; it follows dual gallery shows for Saul and wife Mary Saul at Almine Rech in Paris opening Jan. 18, respectively titled “Art History Is Wrong” and “Hideout.” Rem Koolhaas and Samir Bantal direct attention to environmental and socioeconomic issues at the Guggenheim through their exhibition “Countryside, the Future” opening Feb. 20. With major support from Sies Marjan, the research-driven installation will occupy the museum's rotunda and explore changes in the earth's...
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