The two playwright-actors are a pair of siblings in "Black Bean Project."
Harvard's Hasty Pudding Theatricals, the oldest theatrical organization in the U.S., honored Viola Davis as its 71st “Woman of the Year” on April 23.
Maiesha McQueen masterfully captures the playwright's empathy for all her characters in the one-woman show "Until the Flood."
While most of the offerings remain virtual, there are still intriguing theatrical and theater-related options in April and May.
The theater has not seen a change of this magnitude since it first opened in 1925. The construction process is expected to last 16 months.
From pieces by Beethoven to Dvorak, Stravinsky and Copland, director Habib Azar has overseen 13 of the 15 on-demand "BSO NOW" programs this season.
The orchestra will be returning to its Lenox venue July 9 through August 16, marking the its return to in-person performances since March of 2020.
The longtime music and artistic director of the Metropolitan Opera and music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra died on March 9, after multiple illnesses and accidents and a career-halting...
Levine died March 9 in Palm Springs, California, of natural causes, his physician of 17 years, Dr. Len Horovitz, said Wednesday.
ARTery critic-at-large Ed Siegel recalls Howard Zinn's mentorship -- and friendship.
Nelson was the first leader in BLO’s history to hold both the top artistic and top operational titles.
Global Arts Live and BioMed Realty have partnered to launch 585 Arts, which will be housed in a planned 16-story laboratory and office building.
According to the Massachusetts Cultural Council, the losses are tied to 981 cultural organizations in the state, as well as nearly 3,000 individuals.
A playwright brings his mother on stage to talk about arranged marriages.
Last week, word began to spread among the Boston music community about Gov. Charlie Baker’s bombshell decision to open up “concert halls, theaters and indoor performance spaces” with a 50%...
The company has released a digital dance collage honoring the choreographer, which includes archival footage and freshly-filmed live captures.
Christiane Jatahy’s play within a movie amps up the class conflict with race and other contemporary choices.
The fourth installment in the series, “BODY,” is a commentary of how the healthcare industry does not always treat Black and brown bodies with care, especially queer and trans bodies.
Weaving animation and archival footage, this new cinematic version of Philip Glass’s opera based on Edgar Allan Poe’s short story, intertwines three stories capturing varying views of the nation.
Previewing "Sonia se Fue," a Spanish translation of "Sonia Flew," to "Julia," a Brazilian reimagining of "Miss Julie."