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We looked inside some of the tweets by @nytimesarts and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

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18 minutes
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35. in country United States and category Magazines & Journals

56. in category Magazines & Journals

65. in country United States and category Media

309. in category Media

664. in country United States

The solo drama “the way she spoke” is a playwright’s quest to understand the epidemic of murders and disappearances of women that has raged for years in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico

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Miranda Haymon's new play "In the Penal Colony" reimagines Kafka's classic tale of crime and punishment in the context of black lives today

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In Halley Feiffer's "Mean Girls" makeover of Chekhov's "Three Sisters," Irina looks "dope as hell" and Masha's a man in a dress.

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Praise for the Brick theater's new leader: "Theresa doesn’t look under the radar; she lives under the radar.”

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Phosphorescent will spread muted majesty across 99 Scott, and Life Cycles will take it nice and slow at the Blue Note. What other pop, rock and jazz concerts should you see?

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The Museum of the Moving Image pays homage to Barbara Hammer, a pioneer in queer and experimental cinema, and Alloy Orchestra will score the silent film “Varieté” in Prospect Park. What other film retrospectives and screenings should you see?

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International Contemporary Ensemble presents a free night of potent female composers, and the Langston Hughes poem “The Black Clown” is brought to musical life. What other classical concerts should you see?

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“The creative atmosphere here influences everyone,” one artist in Palekh says. The picturesque Russian village has been a center of artmaking for centuries.

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Catch “Hito Steyerl: Drill” and “Art After Stonewall” before they close this weekend, and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing by gazing at lunar images at the Met. What other art shows should you see this week?

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The Shed rolls out “Maze,” the new flexn piece from the street-dance trailblazer Reggie Gray, and the Fire Island Dance Festival hosts the best dance performances for a good cause. What other dance events should you attend?

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The Summer Shorts series kicks off at 59E59 Theaters, and “Frankie and Johnny,” “The Secret Life of Bees” and “A Strange Loop” wrap up. What other plays should you see?

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Moth Night returns to Staten Island, while a cinematic tale about a baby camel comes to Queens. These and other family events:

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Looking for something to watch this weekend? Our TV critic Margaret Lyons has 3 great suggestions, including a slick foreign drama and an overlooked favorite

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The Stand reopens at its new Union Square location and Judah Friedlander, Ari Shaffir and Emmy Blotnick are on hand to celebrate the occasion, and Hannah Gadsby follows up “Nanette” with “Douglas.” What other comedy shows should you see?

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Here's your first look at Taylor Swift and Jennifer Hudson all furred up for "Cats." Hey, this wasn't our idea.

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Gangsters, prostitutes and a murderous pervert collide in Adam Sherman’s lurid, orgiastic blood bath, “She’s Just a Shadow”

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We will have to wait a bit longer to see Anthony Mackie in a film worthy of his talent; the lazy Netflix thriller "Point Blank" certainly isn’t it

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For 17 years, the Brick has been the rare New York venue for experimental work, much of it whimsical, from “Buffalo Bailey’s Ranch for Gay Horses, Troubled Teen Girls and Other” to the New York Clown Theater Festival

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The Times's art critics take stock of 10 museum shows to see right now, including “Marta Minujín: Menesunda Reloaded” at the New Museum and the Studio Museum in Harlem's artists-in-residence show at MoMA PS1

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The Fire Island Dance Festival turns 25 this year: “We build a stage right up against the sea wall, so it looks like the dancers could jump right into the water”

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