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.
After nearly 10 years with ArtsEmerson, David Dower is officially stepping away from his role as artistic director on Jan. 1.
The Actors’ Shakespeare Project filmed two video episodes that thread the Bard’s works that tackle the natural environment. The episodes will stream live in October.
Barrington Stage Company hosts a star-studded virtual reading of the play, featuring Jason Alexander, Patti LuPone, Santino Fontana, Michael McKean and others.
People will tell you Richard Bento is a good actor -- on and off the stage. Which is why many in New England's community theater scene think he's been able...
The theater has received wide acclaim onstage and a wide variety of eyeballs online.
For three consecutive Saturdays, the theater company has been staging live virtual productions, each an original creation that tells the story of a different member from the community.
After announcing plans to reopen on Facebook, the Lyric Stage Company's director of marketing and PR had heated exchanges with users who called into question the theater's racial equity and...
The Berkshire theater company is staging their first production since the pandemic began, the one-man show "Harry Clarke."
More than 3,000 Boston-area arts-goers from 16 regional theaters, museums and concert series were surveyed.
The actress, comedian and theater maker has been working on the play since 2016, a funny political story about “what Black women experience when they’re trying to thrive in capitalist...