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Critic Amelia Mason rounds up the best of arts and culture for the weekend ahead.
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.
Plus, the Massachusetts Poetry Festival in Salem and a production of "Wig Out!" in Cambridge.
Plus the Independent Film Festival Boston brings up-and-comers to town and the Huntington remakes the '80s classic "Top Girls."
Plus see a new documentary at the Coolidge that shows a more intimate side to pop star Grace Jones and visit your local record store Saturday for special edition vinyl....
Plus, an exhibit in Attleboro explores the history of the Boston Marathon, five years after the bombing.
Plus, Boston Design Week kicks off and the soul rock of Sister Sparrow is at Brighton Music Hall.
Plus, the ICA explores the intersection of art and technology and the Wicked Queer Film Fest is back.
Plus, a genre-crossing line-up of musical acts at Stave Sessions and a haunting production about a struggling novelist by the Arlekin Players.
Plus, New York-based theater company Bedlam is in town with “Hamlet” and “Saint Joan” and the Boston Flower & Garden Show gives us a respite from the snow.
Plus, an exploration of two Austrian artists at the MFA and the MIT Museum hosts Girls Day Saturday to encourage girls to enter STEM fields.
Plus, get ready for the Oscars on Sunday by bingeing the shorts nominations at the ICA and an art exhibition in Fort Point focuses on so-called "difficult women."
Plus, the annual world music palooza CRASHfest is at the House of Blues and a screening of a documentary about legendary street photographer Bill Cunningham is at the ICA.
Plus, a coming-of-age tale told in stop-motion animation, Boston’s art-rock phenomenon Bent Knee performs and MassArt exhibits work by artists of color who were inspired by pioneer Barkley L. Hendricks.
Plus, Gewandhaus Orchestra of Leipzig leaps onto the Symphony Hall platform, and WBUR takes to the stage at the Wilbur.