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Thirsty for Wisdom of the Body, Finding It in Dance

“We didn’t know it was a special thing,” Mr. Izhaki, 45, stated in a contemporary Skype interview, of the corporate’s preliminary reception. “We didn’t expect the fascination. Everyone was interested in it.” He was once joined in the dialog through Rabbi Schwartz, Mr. Azoulay and two different Ka’et dancers, Eyal ...

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A Marriage Upended, a Life Destroyed

Photo Tayari Jones Credit Nina Subin AN AMERICAN MARRIAGE By Tayari Jones 306 pp. Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill. $26.95. Tayari Jones’s sensible and compassionate new novel, “An American Marriage,” tells us a tale we expect we all know. Roy, a younger black guy, is attempted and wrongly convicted of ...

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Remembering John Mahoney, Beyond ‘Frasier’

Even an off-the-cuff viewer of the NBC sitcom “Frasier” would know that the actor John Mahoney, who died on Monday at 77, had vary. As Martin Crane, the lovably grumpy, blue-collar father to the snobby Frasier and Niles, he hit many notes right through the collection’ run from 1993 to ...

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Williamstown Theater Festival Announces Its 2018 Season

Photo Matthew Broderick in “Evening at the Talk House” in 2016. He will big name in a Douglas Carter Beane play on the on the Williamstown Theater Festival this summer time. Credit Sara Krulwich/The New York Times Matthew Broderick, Mary-Louise Parker and Tavi Gevinson will seem on the Williamstown Theater ...

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