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City Paper‘s Fall 2021 Arts Guide

Venues are hoping to bring us back together in the safest ways possible, but we can’t ignore the reality that the coronavirus situation is a bit too unpredictable to list everything that’s currently on the 2021-2022 calendar. This isn’t our traditional full-length arts guide. Instead, our critics and arts team have curated a list of what we think is interesting and exciting for fall, and we hope you will find it interesting too. Consider it a preview of the season to come—and of what the future might hold in a hypothetical post-pandemic world.