Friday is your chance to take home a cabaret chair from “Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812,” crates from "Moby Dick," or a red chaise lounge from "In...
The American Repertory Theater’s second stage will not renew its lease at the end of the year, ending the popular venue’s 12-year run on the outskirts of Harvard Square.
Saving the world is knotty business, but Greek demigod Dionysus, or Diane, is ready to give it a go in the Huntington Theatre Company's production.
Proof of vaccination includes showing a vaccination card, a photo of the card, or a digital vaccine record upon entering Symphony Hall, the BSO said.
On most Saturday mornings, nearly two dozen people tap dance outside, their novel sounds and smiles fill a park in Cambridge near Harvard Square.
Audiences at indoor performances must now present proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test before entering the venue and will be required to wear masks inside through at least...
With “The Arboretum Experience,” visitors have the chance to embark on a self-guided journey of discovery through a collection of audio plays, movement mediations and live pop-up performances.
Theresa Rebeck's play makes for a tasty trip to Rockport, says critic Jacquinn Sinclair.
The iconic summer production's long-awaited return brought a feeling of the beforetimes to a slightly hazy but lovely summer evening, reports WBUR's Andrea Shea.
Boston Ballet dancer Sage Humphries accused Dusty Button, a prominent ballerina, and her husband, Mitchell Taylor Button, of sexual assault and emotional and physical abuse.
John Douglas Thompson leads a pitch-perfect cast, says critic Jacquinn Sinclair.
Front Porch will be in residence at The Huntington beginning Sept. 1, part of a five-year plan to create sustainability for the emerging Black theater.
Arts & culture writers Jacquinn Sinclair and Ed Siegel take in dance, music and art as their Western Massachusetts coverage continues.
ARTery writers Jacquinn Sinclair and Ed Siegel roam the Berkshires in search of post-pandemic sustenance. In their first entry, the pair take in the offerings at three renowned theaters.
Ronee Penoi, who is Laguna Pueblo and Cherokee, says she'll bring an Indigenous perspective to her role as ArtsEmerson's leading artistic producer.
Those who’ve seen the actor play Othello are eagerly anticipating his turn as Prospero in the Commonwealth Shakespeare Company's return to Boston Common with “The Tempest” July 21-Aug. 8.
Andris Nelsons conducts a transcendent opening; The Knights join in on the fun, says critic-at-large Ed Siegel
This summer, many plans are already in place for live concerts, mainly in the open or semi-open air. From Tanglewood to Glimmerglass, arts critic Lloyd Schwartz rounds up his recommendations...
Venues from Boston to the Berkshires are heading outdoors for a summer season bursting with classic tales. Theater critic Jacquinn Sinclair has a guide to the season’s must-see shows.