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Let forgetfulness linger this weekend; indulge in one of our top picks for new books, movies and cultural events in New York, D.C., Chicago and L.A.
“The Merchant of Venice” was a propagandistic obsession for the Third Reich.
Here was grief from a man so lately accustomed to comfort that he had no idea how to show it.
William Mehrvarz fled Iran in September 2016, leaving everything behind to live as an observant Jew.
What does it mean for far right protesters to use the name Goebbels when protesting Julius Caesar?
Corporations are not your friend, they exist to make money; this is it, this is all.
Children are often told they can be anything they want when they grow up; they’re less commonly informed that the same rule applies when they die.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg brought humor and drama to a production of “Merchant of Venice” set in the Venetian ghetto. Would that the same were true of the production itself, says critic A.J. Goldmann.
“Presenting Shakespeare” is the first published collection of posters for Shakespeare’s plays. Authors Mirko Ilić and Steven Heller explain why their book is more than just the “Best of the Bard.”