Ethan Gilsdorf is on a quest to vanquish D&D’s nerdy baggage by highlighting the role-playing game’s unique powers that he says unleash unbridled creativity.
The multi-Oscar nominated 1970s period picture was filmed at locations throughout the state.
Courtney Lewis founded Boston’s Discovery Ensemble in 2008, and it’s unique because it’s made up of professional musicians in their 20s and early 30s.
With a new director at the helm, the Fitchburg Art Museum is in the middle of a transformation aimed at rebranding the sleepy, historic institution so that its missions reflects the diverse community it calls home.
BOSTON — Fifty-four years after the publication of his seminal memoir, “Night,” the Holocaust survivor, now 85, asks: “Haven’t we learned anything?”
A.R.T. artistic director Diane Paulus says “Witness Uganda” “defies the traditions of what you would expect from a piece of musical theater” — it asks tough questions, is timely, and is engaging new audiences.
Matt Wilson says he’d rather have somebody not like his style of jazz than end up in the so-called “trough of blah.”
Tony Maserati has been nominated seven times for his work with artists including Jason Mraz and the Black Eyed Peas. This year, he’s being recognized for his work on Robin Thicke’s raunchy, controversial, top-selling song of 2013.
What happens when you put 70 birds in a room with a dozen electric guitars? French artist and musician Céleste Boursier-Mougenot pushes the limits of what music can be with a new exhibit at the Peabody Essex Museum
BOSTON — Boston’s new mayor, Marty Walsh, capped off his inauguration day celebrations Monday night with hours of locally-inspired live music, dance and comedy at the Hynes Convention Center.