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Israeli playwright Joshua Sobol has backed Strindberg’s self-debasing aristo up against the wall that divides Israel from occupied Gaza in an intriguing adaptation titled “The Last Act.”
Accomplished area stage favorite Leigh Barrett was honored with the Award for Sustained Excellence.
This production brims with humor and the cast power it with raw charisma, writes critic Kilian Melloy.
Travis Hetman began a weekly ritual on his Instagram: posting an illustration inspired by the singer-songwriter, and selling it first-come-first-served style.
The former home of the acclaimed American poet was opened as a museum in 2002. Bennington College acquired the house from the nonprofit Friends of Robert Frost last year.
“I think a lot of people associate ‘Jagged Little Pill’ with this watershed moment of female rage,” says American Repertory Theater's Diane Paulus, who directs the musical.
Over the next month, our panel of judges will deliberate, and you’ll get a chance to weigh in as well.
Americans are becoming a people incapable of facing the essential moral crises of our age, writes Steve Almond. That's why “Fahrenheit 451” resonates so deeply with our historical moment.
German director Wim Wenders delivers a bland take on a very nuanced man in his latest documentary, writes critic Erin Trahan.
Burros says she has accepted a position with Metris Arts Consulting, a national cultural planning practice based out of Easton, Pennsylvania.
The painting, "Shuffleton's Barbershop," will join other iconic Norman Rockwell works on display at the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge starting on June 9.
The musician, composer and lyricist tells Here & Now's Robin Young the music for the unique Broadway hit is the most personal he's written.
“I want to contest the notion that the image of a nubile woman persists as the ultimate measure of ripeness, of being 'on time.' "
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."
His latest EP trilogy tackles tough subjects like racism, religion and, of course, relationships.
The door, which once decorated the 18th-century statesman's Beacon Hill home, spent decades bouncing around in various storage spaces.
His stories were alive on the page and because of this, writes John J. Winters, they will retain a powerful resonance long after we’re all gone.
Rob Stull, who has enjoyed a decades-long career as an illustrator and graphic designer, shows us some early works he created for Boston hip-hop showcases.
Tony Hale ("Veep," "Arrested Development") stars in a German folktale about a royal advisor whose dishonesty gets him into a royal mess.
"Walden, a game" is out Tuesday for PS4. The game released last year for PC and Mac.