The story of a young black girl on a quest to create a brighter and more equitable future offers an optimistic outlook in a dark time.
"TV can highlight a great performance as easily as a bad one," writes ARTery critic-at-large Ed Siegel.
Gov. Charlie Baker announced a four-phase plan for reopening the state, and while a lot of the details still need to be figured out, arts and culture organizations are planning.
The orchestra announced programming would be moving online, with audio and video streams of new content to be recorded in June and July.
The activist production company White Snake Projects hosts the community project and comes out during a time when the COVID-19 pandemic has adversely impacted immigrants.
The Huntington Theatre Company, Central Square Theater and the Arlekin Players each win four awards.
In an announcement Friday, May 8, the Boston Pops announced the cancellation of the July Fourth Fireworks Spectacular.
As in-person events have been canceled and postponed, artists in the drag community adapted quickly, moving their shows online.
The 2020-21 season will have performances from Yo-Yo Ma, Alvin Ailey Dance Theater, David Sedaris and more.
A speech by the famous abolitionist will be recorded by participants and shared online due to the pandemic.
The A.R.T. and researchers from Harvard's T. H. Chan School of Public Health are beginning to assess how theaters might resume performances in the future.
The stand-up keeps it light and bubbly, but with another listen, Mayer’s personal anxieties come through.
There'll be no live event this year, but the awards will be streamed May 11.
Theaters are closed, but a TV production of "Mala" reminds us what's special about Boston theater, says critic at large Ed Siegel.
“There Must Be Happy Endings” is part theatrical analysis, part “coming of artistic age” story.
Author Paul A. Scolieri’s new book tells the story of the performer, international cultural explorer, indefatigable missionary of a new brand of movement and founder of Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival.
The closures were a rapid reversal to theaters' initial response to growing concerns around the coronavirus pandemic, which has caused over 4,900 deaths worldwide and overwhelmed hospitals in China, Italy...
As Boston-area arts institutions are shuttered and cultural events canceled amid growing coronavirus fears, performing artists and other creatives have been hit hard.
For hosts Eric Esteves and Jeff Grey, the trivia nights have become a “movement,” that “centers the black identity.”
Teatrocinema's dynamic production is based on a real robbery that occurred in Argentina in 1965, and resonates with Chile's present political moment.