Wild Tales

Wild Tales — review

Six darkly comic stories in which life bashes people and they bash back

The Life of a Song

Dusty Springfield poses on the set of Thank Your Lucky Stars TV show in Aston Studios c 1966 in Birmingham, United Kingdom ©Getty
Burt Bacharach’s classic, from the 1964 soul of Dusty Springfield to its 2001 raw-rock treatment by The White Stripes
Celia Cruz, c1950 ©Tom Copi/Getty Images
The Cuban song has been heard as part of the 1960s peace movement, on football terraces and in a recycling campaign
Lily James is Cinderella in Disney's live-action feature inspired by the classic fairy tale, CINDERELLA, which brings to life the timeless images from Disney's 1950 animated masterpiece as fully-realized characters in a visually dazzling spectacle for a whole new generation.

Cinderella — review

Kenneth Branagh’s fairy tale is everything you expect it to be — but no more than that

Dior and I

Dior and I — review

A film capturing tantrums, sour moods and appeasement in the fashion house

The Face of an Angel

The Face of an Angel — review

Michael Winterbottom’s movie tries and fails to ricochet off the Meredith Kercher case

Ellen Dorrit Petersen and Henrik Rafaelsen in 'Blind'

Blind — review

A Norwegian drama conveys the disorientation of sightlessness

Daniel Beaty in “The Tallest Tree in the Forest” at the Center Theatre Group/Mark Taper Forum. Written and performed by Beaty and directed by Moisés Kaufman, “The Tallest Tree in the Forest opens April 19 and continues performances through May 25. For tickets and information, please visit CenterTheatreGroup.org or call (213) 628-2772. Contact: CTGMedia@CenterTheatreGroup.org / (213) 972-7376 Photo by Craig Schwartz

The Tallest Tree in the Forest, Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York — review

Paul Robeson is portrayed as a flawed but magnificent figure

The Park Avenue Armory presents FLEXN WORLD PREMIERE A Collaboration of Reggie (Regg Roc ) Gray, Peter Sellars , and Members of the Flex Community in the Drill Hall, Park Avenue Armory on March 24, 2015. Light Sculpture & Lighting Design: BEN ZAMORA Sound Design: GARTH MACALEAVEY MUSIC: EPIC B THE COMPANY: ACE: Franklin Dawes Android : Martina Lauture Banks : James Davis Brixx : Sean Douglas Cal: Calvin Hunt Deidra : Deirdra Braz Dre Don: Andre Redman Droid: Rafael Burgos Droopz: Jerrod Ulysse Karnage: Quamaine Daniels Klassic: Joseph Carella Nicc Fatal: Nicholas Barbot Nyte: Ayinde Hart Pumpkin: Sabrina Rivera Regg Roc: Reggie Gray Sam I Am: Sam Estavien Scorp: Dwight Waugh Shellz: Shelby Felton Slicc: Derick Murreld Tyme: Glendon Charles Vypa: Khio Duncan YG: Richared Hudson Commissioned and produced by Park Avenue Armory Credit: Stephanie Berger
©Stephanie Berger

Flexn, The Armory, New York — review

A disappointing attempt to give the flex style theatrical form

Shobana Jeyasingh, Linbury Studio Theatre, London — review

Orientalist fantasies persist in a new 19th-century-inspired work

Titian: An Allegory of Prudence in two frames
©National Gallery

Frames in Focus: Sansovino Frames, National Gallery, London

Often overlooked, frames are at the centre of a forthcoming show

The Great gatsby, NORTHERN BALLET:Jay Gatsby; TOBIAS BATLEY,Daisy Buchanan; MARTHA LEEBOLT, Myrtle Wilson; VICTORIA SIBSON, Tom Buchanan; KENNETH TINDALL,Nick Carraway; GIULIANO CONTADINI, Jodan Baker; HANNAH BATEMAN, George Wilson; BENJAMIN MITCHELL, Young Daisy; MICHELA PAOLACCI, Young Gatsby; JEREMY CURNIER,
©Bill Cooper

The Great Gatsby, Sadler’s Wells, London — review

A stylish adaptation of F Scott Fitzgerald’s novel lacks the complexity of his characters and story

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