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Holiday trains at the New York Botanical Garden, Picasso drawings at the Frick, and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater at New York City Center.

The concept of legacy is everywhere now in the dance world. Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater's rendering of Paul Taylor's "Arden Court" raises the question: must it look like the original company's?

Holiday cheer pulls into the station at New York Botanical Garden's train show, and other picks for the week of November 27th.

The fantastic world of Jim Henson at the Museum of the Moving Image, "Childsplay" at Symphony Space, and five weeks of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.

"Fiber Futures" at Japan Society, "We Live Here" at Manhattan Theatre Club, drawings from The Louvre at the Morgan Library, and more.

Two announcements last week signal a fresh want and need for collaboration between major cultural institutions: the Met Museum will take over the Whitney's home on Madison Avenue in 2015, and Paul Taylor, 81, will finally see his work performed by Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.

In this edition of SundayArts: an introduction to the men of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, a look at master quilts from the American Folk Art Museum, and the latest SundayArts News.

Christina Ha reports on what's happening in museums, galleries, and performance spaces around town, including selections from the permanent collection at Neue Galerie, Angels in America's 20th anniversary, and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.

Often times the myth is that what male dancers do is easy. In this SundayArts Profile, the men of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater introduce themselves and dispel that notion.

Christina Ha reports on what's happening in museums, galleries, and performance spaces around town, including postcards of the Wiener Werkst├Ątte at Neue Galerie, John Singer Sargent, and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater's new season.

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