Arts & Entertainment
Arts & Entertainment
What to watch on Wednesday: ‘The Girl in the Woods’ on Peacock
Wednesday, October 21, 2021 | “The First 48” returns on A&Ewashingtonpost.com
When the U.S. needed secret help in Iraq, who did it call? Poland, of course.
How the two nations’ intelligence services, once adversaries, turned into strong allies.washingtonpost.com
How the controversy over Dave Chappelle’s special put Netflix on blast
When it comes to the controversy surrounding Dave Chappelle's "The Closer," Netflix seems to not only have a blind spot, but to have hit a nerve affecting both employees and boldfacers.washingtonpost.com
What to watch on Wednesday: ‘Winter House’ on Bravo
Wednesday, October 20, 2021 | “Nature” returns on PBSwashingtonpost.com
Synetic Theater’s ‘The Madness of Poe’ delivers a haunting mash-up from the father of American horror
Stylishly staged, though at times incongruent, Paata Tsikurishvili’s largely wordless production fuses “The Fall of the House of Usher” with “The Raven.”washingtonpost.com
Orwell was more than a social critic. Rebecca Solnit’s new book finds him in the garden.
Solnit’s ‘Orwell’s Roses’ is the story of a life that doesn’t read like a typical biography.washingtonpost.com
In ‘The Swank Hotel,’ a family falls apart, and so does the world
Lucy Corin’s discursive family drama is set against the backdrop of the 2008 financial crisis.washingtonpost.com
Elizabeth Strout’s ‘Oh William!’ is yet another dazzler
The novel investigates timely themes — loneliness, grief — in a rich, mesmerizing narrative.washingtonpost.com
You won’t find Dave Eggers’s new book on Amazon. That’s the most interesting thing about it.
“The Every,” a sequel to “The Circle,” suffers from the Web’s worst quality: unlimited space.washingtonpost.com
‘My Sweet Girl’ pushes the boundaries of what a thriller can do
Novelist Amanda Jayatissa ratchets up the tension — and the conversation about social injustices.washingtonpost.com
Marvel Studios is famous for its secrecy. In a new two-volume set, the company finally opens up.
What is the origin story of the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Tara Bennett and Paul Terry got to the bottom of it.washingtonpost.com
97-year-old actor: ‘I enjoy working with other people, particularly young — well, in my case, they’re all younger than I am’
Mike Nussbaum’s long career has included film, television and working with David Mamet on stage.washingtonpost.com