The Arabian Nights, by Anton Pieck. By Greg Stepanich The current season of the Lynn Philharmonia, which ended April 17 with a concert at the Wold Performing Arts Center, has been largely triumphant. Continuing on its path...

Music | Palm Beach ArtsPaper Staff

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 performance center. ...

News & Commentary | Palm Beach ArtsPaper Staff

Andrew Keenan-Bolger and Sarah Charles Lewis in Tuck Everlasting. (Photo by Joan Marcus) Before tonight's show, a new musical called Tuck Everlasting, I caught a little culture at the Museum of the City of New York. In...

Theater | Hap Erstein

Papa: Hemingway in Cuba, a memoiristic drama about Ernest Hemingway’s paranoid twilight in Havana and the Miami Globe reporter he “adopts” into his entourage, holds a significant distinction: It’s the first Hollywood...

Film | John Thomason

With only one show on my schedule today, I could have relaxed, but this is New York City, where so many artists, writers and producers of shows on tour, heading to South Florida, reside. So I arranged to interview a couple of...

Theater | Hap Erstein


Art:
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The fierce beauty of irezumi, at the Morikami

Forget the butterfly, the thorny vine and the heart with initials. Imagine a colorful bird with a fish’s tail, a snake’s neck, and a turtle’s shell expanding from the neck all the way to...

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Film:
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‘Papa’: Inept film leaves old man, and even Cuba, at sea

Papa: Hemingway in Cuba, a memoiristic drama about Ernest Hemingway’s paranoid twilight in Havana and the Miami Globe reporter he “adopts” into his entourage, holds a significant distinction: It...

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Theater:
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Postcard from Broadway No. 7: Earnest ‘Tuck Everlasting’ falls a little sho

Andrew Keenan-Bolger and Sarah Charles Lewis in Tuck Everlasting. (Photo by Joan Marcus) Before tonight's show, a new musical called Tuck Everlasting, I caught a little culture at...

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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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Weak Handel, strong Rimsky at Lynn Phil’s final season concert

The Arabian Nights, by Anton Pieck. By Greg Stepanich The current season of the Lynn Philharmonia, which ended April 17 with a concert at the Wold Performing Arts Center, has been la...

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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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Prosecutor Martinez tells book fest about Arias trial

Juan Martinez signing his book at the Palm Beach Book Festival. (Photo by Dale King) By Dale King Maricopa County, Ariz., Prosecutor Juan Martinez is a diminutive man with a hint of...

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Weekend Picks:
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Weekend arts picks: April 15-17

James Hazen Hyde (1901), by Theobald Chartran. Art: Two fine exhibitions are closing this weekend at Palm Beach venues, and this weekend might be the perfect chance to catch them. The Flagler Mu...

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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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