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In this Galician folktale, Raul Esparza (Law and Order: SVU, Bojack Horseman, Ferdinand) stars as an aspiring musician who dreams of making the whole world dance.
In fraught times, what's on the public's mind often pops up on stage. This year, there's been a noticeable shift toward shows for the underserved, the undocumented and the disadvantaged.
A multidisciplinary art show featuring paintings, drawings, photographs, poetry and music honor the 50th anniversary of Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción (IBA) at Villa Victoria.
Monty Python’s Eric Idle is still "Always Looking on the Bright Side of Life." He’s out with a "sortabiography" and joins us.
“It felt very true to my own life,” says Fisher, 15, who has been nominated for a Golden Globe for her performance as Kayla in the Bo Burnham film.
This year has been a busy one for the Boston-based writer and educator, and it has also crystallized her mission.
Olayiwola is well known in the spoken word circuits and as poet laureate plans to "establish a youth Poet Laureate program, develop residential and workspace for writers and weave poetry...
“Vox Lux” is a burly, overbearing piece of filmmaking, often horrifically funny and excitingly unencumbered by questions of good taste, writes critic Sean Burns.
From fully decked out neighborhoods to lights choreographed to Christmas music, we scoped out our neighborhoods to find the best lights this season.
“The Ferryman” and “Girl from the North Country” connect us to something universal. Hopefully, writes Ed Siegel, Boston will rise to the challenge and produce these two great plays here.
Prominent collector Wan-go H.C. Weng is giving 183 Chinese artworks to the MFA, including brush and ink paintings, poetic calligraphy, ink rubbings and textiles.
Rapper Cousin Stizz took home Artist of the Year.
Sensory-friendly productions, which alter some technical and dramatic elements of a performance, are a way for neurodiverse communities to access theater.
Plus, Matt Aucoin's Run AMOC! Festival is back in Cambridge and the Central Square Theater is putting on "A Christmas Carol," with puppets.
“What I want to do is going to take me beyond the rest of my life,” Aucoin says. That might sound like excessive modesty — or hubris — but it...
In the "Harry Potter and the Sacred Text" podcast, the hosts apply traditional religious reading practices to "Harry Potter" chapters in pursuit of larger meaning and life lessons.
Elizabeth Rowe sued the Boston Symphony in July claiming that the pay disparity between herself and the principal oboist violated the Massachusetts Equal Pay Law.
David Lang was a Wayland sculptor known for his mischievous and chimerical kinetic sculptures.
"What’s up, pup? Did you have a nice nap? Were you chasing something in your sleep? Do you want to go out? Are you hungry? Are you happy? Does your...
Here & Now's Robin Young talks with Sung about her latest album, "Sung with Words," a collaboration with poet Dana Gioia.