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Artist Tschabalala Self’s work presents dynamic depictions of daily life in Harlem as well as an introspective reflection on black identity.
Despite the deceptive title, director Ladj Ly’s electrifying film is not yet another adaptation of the 1862 classic novel, but rather an examination of police and racial tensions.
Bekah Brunstetter’s “The Cake,” now at The Lyric Stage Company, grapples with what a traditional Southern baker does in preparation for her best friend's daughter's wedding to a woman.
Kimsooja explained that making perfect spheres is not the goal. Instead, focusing on this small, repetitive, physical task provides a moment of focus and calm in an over-stimulated, device-driven world.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announced an exhibit coming in June displaying 150 of King Tut's possessions.
The writer-director’s movies operate according to a stubborn internal logic all their own, offering not the slightest concession to those in the audience trying to puzzle them together.
A conversation with the Pulitzer Prize winning-poet Tracy K. Smith. She spent a year traveling the country as U.S. poet laureate. Where did she go?
Podcast luminary Avery Trufelman (99% Invisible, Articles of Interest) stars as a generous baker touched by magic in this scrumptious Jewish tale.
Harvard University's famed theater troupe has named the actor and director as the group's 2020 Woman of the Year.
The exhibition is tries to show Nubia for what it always was: a world in and of itself within the Sudanese Nile Valley that flourished in antiquity.
In the acting categories, only one nominee was a person of color, Cynthia Erivo in "Harriet."
The series will introduce readers to a cohort of emerging New England musicians in long-form profiles that pull back the curtain on their subjects' artistry and lives.
Filmmaker Lee Loechler proposed to his high school sweetheart by recreating her favorite movie at Coolidge Corner Theatre.
From historical to Afrofuturistic novels, and from mysterious thrillers to haunting poetry, there are plenty of books to keep you on the edge of your seat while you huddle over...
In the not-distant past, major ballet companies went year after year, decade after decade, without a single ballet made by a woman.
The media’s coverage of Hollywood and lessons from press coverage of Harvey Weinstein.
Plus a new play, "The Cake," comes to the Lyric Stage Company and an exhibit featuring two Iranian photographers begins at the MFA.
In 1982, the film opened in eighth place at the box office and vanished from theaters within weeks, but almost 40 years later it’s considered a masterpiece by genre aficionados.
From the Boston Symphony Orchestra to Odyssey Opera, critic Lloyd Schwartz guides us through the next few months in classical music.
This winter, gender, generational and racial tensions are gearing up to be explored -- or exploded -- all over theater stages around Boston, says critic Carolyn Clay.