Barry Shabaka Henley in Satchmo at the Waldorf. (Photo by Alicia Donelan) Actors like one-man shows because they present opportunities for them to display their performance versatility and stamina. Producers like one-man shows...

Theater | Hap Erstein

At one point during Weiner, Josh Kriegman and Elyse Steinberg’s documentary about the man with the most unfortunate surname in modern political history, Kriegman is in the backseat of Anthony Weiner’s car, his camera...

Film | John Thomason

Michael Scott Ross, Alexa Baray, Elijah Word, Fo’i Meleah and Mike Westrich in Hair. (Photo by Corby Kaye/Studio Palm Beach) Some musicals are timeless, while others are time capsules which transport us back to a specific...

Theater | Hap Erstein

By Robert Croan At the start of Seraphic Fire’s concert of English cathedral music Saturday night at Fort Lauderdale’s All Saints Episcopal Church, director Patrick Dupré Quigley spoke to the audience, explaining that...

Music | Palm Beach ArtsPaper Staff

Cary Grant and Jean Arthur in Only Angels Have Wings (1939). Only Angels Have Wings: Howard Hawks’ 1939 masterpiece (Criterion, $26.19 Blu-ray, $19.69 DVD) is set in an exoticized South American airfield, where Cary...

Film | John Thomason


Art:
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Art in West Palm: A new gallery, and the public art of Los Trompos

Rolando Chang Barrero at his new art space on Belvedere Road in West Palm Beach. By Sandra Schulman A new multimedia gallery space and a wildly imaginative and interactive installation will re...

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Film:
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‘Weiner’ finds the villain, and it’s not the congressman

At one point during Weiner, Josh Kriegman and Elyse Steinberg’s documentary about the man with the most unfortunate surname in modern political history, Kriegman is in the backseat of...

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Theater:
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Remarkable performance lifts ‘Satchmo’ above artificialities

Barry Shabaka Henley in Satchmo at the Waldorf. (Photo by Alicia Donelan) Actors like one-man shows because they present opportunities for them to display their performance versatility an...

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Dance:
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Pilobolus, at Duncan, continues to redefine dance, astonish

Mike Tyus, Shawn Fitzgerald Ahern and Jordan Kriston in On the Nature of Things. (Photo by Grant Halverson) They did it again. This oddball dance company has delighted us with another dy...

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Music:
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Seraphic Fire closes season with radiant Byrd

By Robert Croan At the start of Seraphic Fire’s concert of English cathedral music Saturday night at Fort Lauderdale’s All Saints Episcopal Church, director Patrick Dupré Quigley spoke to the audience, explaining th...

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Interviews:
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Terry Teachout: Bringing ‘Satchmo’ to life, as playwright and director

Terry Teachout. Terry Teachout, 60, the drama critic of The Wall Street Journal, is also a biographer and opera librettist. Five years ago, he adapted his biography of jazz trumpeter Louis Armstrong in...

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Books:
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‘Evicted’: A numbing look at the nexus of housing and poverty

Matthew Desmond was in college when he learned that a bank had taken his boyhood home, forcing his parents to move. “I remember being deeply sad and embarrassed,” he writes. He b...

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Weekend Picks:
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Weekend arts picks: May 6-8

Pianist Shuree Enkhbold. Music: If you’ve ever heard the music of Sembiin Gonchigsumlaa, who lived from 1915 to 1991, you’re in exclusive company. But if you haven’t, tonight is your ch...

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News & Commentary:
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Marilynn Wick buys Wick Theatre for $5 million

By Dale King BOCA RATON – Three springtimes ago, Marilynn Wick rescued the closed and bankrupt Caldwell Theatre from the auction block and turned it into a combination costume museum, restaurant and pe...

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