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Will Barnet at the National Academy Museum, Latin Icons of the world at Carnegie Hall, Jesse Eisenberg off-Broadway, and more.

African innovations at the Brooklyn Museum, the New York Pops, art inspired by New York, Baryshnikov Arts Center premiere's "Out of Time," and more.

Christina Ha reports on what's happening in museums, galleries, and performance spaces around town, including America's earliest Bibles at MoBiA, the world premiere of a work by Scriabin, and more.

In a somewhat uncharacteristic bit of showmanship, Donna Uchizono and company occupy theaters at both Baryshnikov Arts Center at The Kitchen this week, through tomorrow. Longing two begins uptown, at BAC (where I’ve been spending a lot of time lately, it seems), and continues as an enhanced intermission/bus ride to Chelsea, where it finishes up. [...]

Gaff Aff, the first performance in the newly renovated Jerome Robbins Theater at the Baryshnikov Arts Center after the Wooster Group’s North Atlantic, defies genres. It’s tempting to call the work (through May 8th) by the Swiss duo of Zimmerman and de Perrot dance, but there isn’t any, at least along familiar lines—it’s more movement [...]

The Wooster Group‘s North Atlantic is a dense, corrugated, verbal and sensory assault. Cliché riddled, it begs for clichés to describe it—rapid-fire, pedal to the metal, take no prisoners. James Strahs wrote the play in 1982, and this production, directed by Elizabeth LeCompte, has been presented many times since its premiere two years later. The [...]

It’s not exactly news that space in New York is at a premium, particularly for space-hungry ventures like dance studios and performance venues. So it is with special interest that a few spaces off the beaten path have offered distinctive, thoughtful shows in the last few weeks. CPR – Center for Performance Research inaugurated its [...]

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