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Performances begin January 14

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The Voice's Holiday Arts Guide

Dance

Philosopher King by Elizabeth Zimmer
Choreographer Tere O'Connor lets it Bleed at BAM

Holiday Dance Picks by Elizabeth Zimmer

Theater

Inside Mullingar by Alexis Soloski
Stage heavy Brían F. O'Byrne confronts a "slight" romantic comedy

Holiday Theater Picks by Alexis Soloski

Film

Into the Great Wide Open by Inkoo Kang
Shameless showrunner John Wells seeks the Real America in August: Osage County

Books

The Minds of Chefs by Ben Keene
New cookbooks offer a glimpse inside some of the city's top restaurants

Holiday Books Picks by James Hannaham

Art

Holiday Art Picks by Robert Shuster

Music

Holiday Music Picks by Seth Colter Walls

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Imagine, if you will, a play with no rape, no racism, no litany of perversion. Thomas Bradshaw will not have written this play. A resolute devotee of the id, Bradshaw's plays teem with uncomfortable encounters defiantly sexual and frequently racialized. Now the New Group, which staged his heated Burning, offers another deliberately lurid drama, about an interracial couple befriended by the evangelical next door, until an adult film actress and an aspiring filmmaker complicate their suburban idyll. Scott Elliot directs the neighborly theatrics. Theater Row, 410 West 42nd Street, thenewgroup.org

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