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This week: Opera Provocateur: Timothy Nelson has big ideas for the In Series, which he’s positioning as a model for the future of opera. Interview by Doug Rule. Photography by Todd Franson • Serving Up Stories: Soupergirl’s Sara Polon launches a new female-centric storytelling series. By Doug Rule • TV: Awkwafina’s frenetic charm takes center stage on Comedy Central’s Awkwafina is Nora from Queens. By André Hereford
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