Previewing "Sonia se Fue," a Spanish translation of "Sonia Flew," to "Julia," a Brazilian reimagining of "Miss Julie."
As theaters map an uncertain future amid the pandemic, actor Elbert "EJ" Joseph is encouraging representation of Deaf people to be part of the plan, both onstage and in the...
Actor David Coffee has embodied Ebenezer Scrooge for 26 seasons at North Shore Music Theatre and shares why the miser is more relevant than ever.
Theater critic Jacquinn Sinclair and ARTery critic at large Ed Siegel reflect on their favorite productions from this unusual year, which saw a shift from the stage to the screen.
Michael Bobbitt will become the next director of the council -- the state's most senior cultural official -- in February after a unanimous vote Friday by the council's governing...
The 70-minute production unfolds in real time as a father and son set out to make a recipe that they both remember differently through a video call.
ArtsEmerson and Cambodian Living Arts present a two-week series of digital events to offer a space for collective catharsis.
From “The Nutcracker” to “Black Nativity,” some of Boston’s favorite holiday traditions are moving online to provide some holiday cheer.
A collaboration between the city of Boston and Mass College of Art and Design is awarding $250,000 to 16 artists.
Two plays written, performed and directed by artists of color, take different routes in spotlighting contemporary anxieties.
A fire has destroyed a theater at Jacob's Pillow, the site of the nation's longest-running dance festival, located in Becket, Mass.
Forty years later, the ensemble will be revisiting its former triumph in its first digital production.
The BLO created a mobile stage for open air performances around Boston, not only for shows during the pandemic, but to bring opera into the community going forward.
The company, which uses dance as a tool for intersection disability rights, performs at the BCA’s Calderwood Pavilion for a livestreamed program on Thursday.
In this new play by David Valdes, the lives of seven undocumented immigrants cross paths on the Orange Line on Marathon Monday.
Developed at the A.R.T., the sobering musical plumbs Alanis Morissette’s 1995 breakthrough album to tell a story of an American family spiraling out of control.
The theater is presenting “The Charles W. Lenox Experience,” the first in-person production since the pandemic struck in March.
DuBois is stepping away after staff members came forward to share concerns about him and the workplace environment.
Philip Santos Schaffer's play via phone is made for an audience of one. Critic Jacquinn Sinclair liked what she heard.
Local artists and companies are finding alternative ways of having a fall season.