Deutsche Grammophon releases the second half of the complete recordings of Leonard Bernstein on the yellow label, from the 1970s to his death.
Last October, there were threats that the Huntington Theatre Company would be homeless and the Colonial Theatre would become a dining hall.
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"Daughter of a Cuban Revolutionary" continues the ArtsEmerson Latino trilogy through Sunday. Ed Siegel reviews the one-woman show.
Grigory Sokolov's new DVD shows why so many classical music fans and writers think he's the greatest pianist alive.
"Something Rotten," "Finding Neverland" and "The King and I" are also on the roster.
John Banville's Benjamin Black crime novels keep getting better, says Ed Siegel.
Bud Collins has been remembered as a champion of tennis, but Ed Siegel remembers him as a writer who integrated his passion for politics -- and for life -- into...
Emerson College will renovate other buildings on Boylston Street while assessing programming options for the Colonial Theatre.
Chris Rock's monologue at Sunday night's Oscar awards did the trick of honoring the #OscarsSoWhite boycott while not driving anyone out of the room.
Why do we invest so much in the Oscar Awards when their record for rewarding excellence is suspect? Ed Siegel has some ideas.
MassCreative, ArtsBoston, StageSource and the Fenway Alliance are behind a campaign to keep the Huntington Theatre Company mainstage on Huntington Ave.
Not all musical revues of Stephen Sondheim's songs work, but Ed Siegel says there's much to like, even love, about "Sondheim on Sondheim" at the Lyric Stage Company of Boston.
SpeakEasy Stage Company revisits Jeanine Tesori and Brian Crawley's "Violet." Ed Siegel thinks it's well worth another ride.
Pierre Boulez, the celebrated and once controversial composer and conductor, died Tuesday at the age of 90.
Patricia Highsmith had a unique literary sensibility that doesn't often directly translate to the screen. At least, says Ed Siegel, until Todd Haynes made "Carol" with Cate Blanchett and Rooney...
The Poets' Theatre stages Seamus Heaney's adaptation of "Beowulf." Ed Siegel wishes it were as emotionally gripping as it is intellectually engaging.
A review of the great crime writer's last novel, "Dark Corners," and a guide to some of her best work.
The three great museums of the Northern Berkshires make for a fine fall and winter getaway, says Ed Siegel.
"The Cutting Edge," the latest in "The Bootleg Series" of Bob Dylan, shows the singer-songwriter at the height of his creative powers, smartly improving his songs with each new take....