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‘THE WHIRLIGIG’ at the Pershing Square Signature Center (previews start on May 4; opens on May 21). The writer and actor Hamish Linklater takes his new play out for a spin at the New Group. Zosia Mamet, Norbert Leo Butz and Dolly Wells star in this drama about an estranged couple caring for their long-absent daughter. Scott Elliott directs the bitter and sweet reunion.
212-279-4200, thenewgroup.org

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Two of its enterprising founders, Josh Pavlacky and Travis Fitzgerald, former art students at Wesleyan, had been running an exhibition space in Portland, Ore., when Mr. Pavlacky left to join his future husband, Daniel Wallace, who was directing an art space in Philadelphia. In 2012, they contacted Mr. Fitzgerald and began thinking about how they could stake a claim in New York. American Medium created pop-up shows, staged in the Union Square loft of Mr. Fitzgerald’s father, that explored shifting boundaries between the virtual and real worlds. For the gallery’s debut, the three encouraged Jon Rafman to create a physical installation inspired by his “Brand New Paint Job” series on Tumblr, in which famous artworks were superimposed onto digital objects — Jasper Johns’s “White Flag,” for example, onto a 3-D model of the Oval Office. Mr. Pavlacky and Mr. Wallace fabricated the objects and brought them to the Union Square loft, where a Jet Ski painted in Yves Klein blue hung from the ceiling and a miniature motorcycle flaunted an Abstract Expressionist color field from Barnett Newman.

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