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Critic Amelia Mason rounds up the best of arts and culture for the weekend ahead.
There's plenty to do outdoors as the leaves change or indoors, if you prefer to stay cozy.
Plus, ONCE in Somerville reopens with a triumphant celebration and the Boston Ballet celebrates legendary choreographer Jerome Robbins in its season opener.
Plus, JP Music Fest is back and the Brattle Theatre honors art house cinematographer Robby Müller.
Plus, the Museum of Capitalism has come to Boston and catch a public art installation in the East Boston Shipyard.
Plus, the Latino Family Fest takes over Fenway on Sunday and a three-day fest dedicated to the '80s debuts in Rhode Island.
Plus, Fisherman’s Feast, 108-year-old North End tradition, and a film series at the MFA featuring only strong female leads.
From fog sculptures to a tap dance festival, here's what's happening this weekend.
Plus, catch some standouts at the Woods Hole Film Fest or see an exhibit at the Boston Center for the Arts exploring the politics of human migration.
Plus, the urban fairy tale "Leftovers" is in production at Company One and a new art installation at Dorchester Art Project explores shrines of all kinds.
Plus, Shakespeare on the Common returns with a production of "Richard III" and the MFA hosts a French film festival.
Plus, Somerville's free community fest, ArtBeat, takes over Davis Square and a garden tour of Jamaica Plain gives us all the opportunity to run around some secret gardens.
Plus, the Coolidge Corner Theatre kicks off a film series about serial killers and the BSO opens its Tanglewood season.
Plus, Ben K. Foley’s trippy, cosmic exhibition at the Dorchester Art Project and "Born For This," a musical about gospel duo BeBe and CeCe Winans, at ArtsEmerson.
Plus, the Roxbury International Film Fest is in full swing and the deCordova Sculpture Park hosts Park Fest full of art-making, family-friendly activities.
Plus the Rockport Chamber Music Festival kicks off and it's your last chance to see "Fall," a play about Arthur Miller's son with Down syndrome, at the Huntington Theatre.
Plus, the queen of New Orleans bounce Big Freedia performs at City Hall Plaza for Pride on Saturday and an exhibit at the MIT List Center examines how we approach...
Plus, the MFA kicks off Pride Week early with events all weekend and ArtsEmerson brings "Cold Blood" to the Cutler Majestic.
Plus, an all-weekend folk festival at Club Passim and the Open Theatre Project explores the LGBTQ experience through seven short plays.
Plus, the Boston Public Library wants to digitize your artifacts from the local hip-hop scene and the Boston Lyric Opera is staging Leonard Bernstein's "Trouble in Tahiti."
Plus, bring your mom to Arnold Arboretum to see the lilacs in bloom and head to the Museum of Fine Arts for a late night party.