1 | THEATER
Equus Harry Potter gets naked! That's the sell line for Broadway's revival of Peter Shaffer's 1973 drama, which runs through February. Happily, as the stable boy accused of mutilating horses, Daniel Radcliffe shows off not just his private parts but also his acting chops, and the play, though glib, is still a dazzler.
2 | EXHIBITION
Bernini The 17th century sculptor Gian Lorenzo Bernini did more than give shape to stone--he gave it life, breath and a beating pulse. There's still time to catch the show of his magical portrait busts at the Getty Center in Los Angeles through Oct. 26.
3 | MOVIE
The Secret Life of Bees In adapting Sue Monk Kidd's best seller about a white girl in 1960s South Carolina who finds refuge with three angelic black sisters, director Gina Prince-Bythewood weaves a warm, enriching spell. Dakota Fanning and Queen Latifah star in this honey of a film.
4 | EXHIBITION
Not a Cough in the Car Before there was a Marlboro Man, there was a Marlboro baby. The New York Public Library is celebrating the golden age of advertising, when doctors, babies, even Santa endorsed smoking. If you can't get to the show, marvel at the posters online at tobacco.stanford.edu
5 | ONLINE VIDEO
Target Women If you're a female who enjoys basic cable (and according to marketers, all females do) but is driven crazy by the gender-specific ads, then salve the pain with Sarah Haskins' very funny recurring Target Women videos on Current.com You'll never see yogurt the same way again.
Arts Online For more reviews and openings this weekend, go to time.com/entertainment