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The eternally boyish, 73-year-old conductor is celebrating 30 years with Miami’s New World Symphony, and later this summer, he returns to conduct the BSO at Tanglewood.
Author Anita Diamant watched rehearsals for a local production of the Shakespeare play -- particularly popular right now -- and ruminated on similarities between the two leaders.
The Berkshire Museum said the deal would allow it to sell the 40 works of art, but with some conditions.
"Hype Man: A Break Beat Play" tackles the story of a rap trio confronted with the news of another shooting of unarmed black teenager by police officers.
At 75 years old, Werner Herzog has more than 60 documentaries and features under his belt.
Kira Rockwell's new play focuses on the Echo family’s peripatetic life -- the result of a chain of repercussions that cost them everything but each other.
The exhibit displays work by 25 artists of color who have been inspired in part by Hendricks, a painter and photographer who became famous for his vibrant, regal portraits of...
In Jamaica Plain, the Open Theatre Project production tells the forgotten story of a group of black girls who began attending an all-white school in Connecticut in 1833.
Author Angie Thomas speaks with WBUR's Robin Young about race and her debut novel, "The Hate U Give."
“I think Escher liked to entertain as well as intrigue – and I think those two things are constantly in tension in his work," says an MFA curator.
The "Bo Diddley beat of Morocco" lies at the heart of this musical collective, now celebrating 20 years of a low-key but innovative residency in Cambridge.
The state's highest court is looking for a little help.
Plus, Gewandhaus Orchestra of Leipzig leaps onto the Symphony Hall platform, and WBUR takes to the stage at the Wilbur.
"Here and Now" the TV show stars Robbins and Holly Hunter as a college philosophy professor and his wife. Robbins' character is turning 60 — and things aren't going well.
Through lectures, film screenings, exhibits and interactive experiences, 14 institutions are teaming up to question the role of technology in our daily lives.
The New England Conservatory and Boston Modern Orchestra Project are teaming up for a joint celebration to acknowledge the 80th birthday of the award-winning composer.
“The pairing makes for an emotionally complete and symmetrical journey, taking us through circles of fear, suffering, desire, and loss to a place of regretful acceptance,” writes critic Kilian Melloy.
Ian Hunter, who is coming to Boston this weekend, was lead singer of the British band Mott the Hoople for six years and has been a solo artist for the...
The new Broadway hit, which revolves around an Egyptian police band's arrival in a tiny Israeli desert village, is remarkable for what doesn't happen.
The revival of Theresa Rebeck's one-woman show taps into the #MeToo zeitgeist perfectly, says critic Kilian Melloy.