Theater

Lin-Manuel Miranda
Arts & Entertainment

How to Score Hamilton Tickets in Boston

Hamilton tickets, the white whale of musical theater, are not always easy to come by. The wildly popular show has a history of selling out […]

lauren kidwell singing climb ev'ry mountain in the sound of music
Arts & Entertainment

Boston Conservatory Alum Returns in Sound of Music National Tour

When she graduated from undergrad at California State University, Fullerton, Lauren Kidwell was set to pursue a career in directing. One impulsive audition later, she switched gears […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Interview: Diane Paulus

Ahead of the hotly anticipated debut of Jagged Little Pill this month at the A.R.T., the world-famous artistic director gets tough on Boston’s business community—and that’s a good thing.

Miss Saigon
Arts & Entertainment

Dear Evan Hansen, Miss Saigon, Hello Dolly and More Announced for Broadway in Boston

Broadway in Boston has announced the new shows that will be traveling from New York for stints at Boston theaters. The lineup includes a mix […]

Claudia Rankine
Arts & Entertainment

Claudia Rankine Switches from Poetry to Playwriting with The White Card

Sometime on the tour for her bestselling book Citizen: An American Lyric, the poet Claudia Rankine began to think that the occasionally contentious question and […]

Actress Mia Kunis is kissed by actors dressed in drag during a parade for Kunis in Cambridge, Thursday, Jan. 25, 2018. Kunis was honored as "Woman of the Year" by the Hasty Pudding Theatricals at Harvard University.
Arts & Entertainment

Harvard’s Hasty Pudding Theatricals Will Allow Women Next Year

For more than 220 years, Harvard’s Hasty Pudding Theatricals cast has been an all boys’ club. That’s about to change. On Thursday, the group’s president, […]

A dark theater with a few bulletin boards in the middle
Arts & Entertainment

Take a Look Inside Boston University’s Brand-New Fine Arts Building

Boston University’s state-of-the-art Joan and Edgar Booth Theatre complex officially opened to the public last Thursday, boasting 75,000-feet of space for performers and artists of all kinds. It is named […]

Arts & Entertainment

Shakespeare on the Common Goes Traditional with Romeo and Juliet

Countless versions of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet float around out there in the ether, from traditional takes on the doomed lovers to…less traditional versions. Remember Gnomeo […]

Forget Me Not
Wellness

This Play Illustrates the Realities of Alzheimer’s Disease

Millions of Americans are intimately familiar with Alzheimer’s disease, either through first-hand experience or as a caregiver. But for many more, the neurodegenerative condition lives […]

Arts & Entertainment

A Jagged Little Pill Musical Is Coming to A.R.T.

Sure, Waitress is still busy making its way through Broadway, now with songwriter Sara Bareilles taking over the lead role. But that doesn’t mean the American […]

Arts & Entertainment

Behind the Scenes at Boston Ballet’s Sleeping Beauty Costume Shop

When the curtains open for the season premiere of the Boston Ballet’s The Sleeping Beauty this month, it’ll be impossible to tell that the delicate […]

Arts & Entertainment

A Cappella Group Welcomes Rent to Boston by Singing in the Streets

Update, Wednesday, April 12: Missed the pop-up? Watch the Nor’easters sing “Seasons of Love” above! Although a year may have 525,600 minutes, on Tuesday night, […]

Arts & Entertainment

Broadway in Boston Announces 2017-2018 Season

Don’t miss your shot—Broadway in Boston announced its 2017-2018 season lineup Monday night at the Boston Opera House, and—as per usual—the audience gasped and cheered […]

Arts & Entertainment

Patti Hartigan Selected to Write Major August Wilson Biography

Patti Hartigan, one of Boston magazine’s contributing editors and a former Boston Globe theater critic, has been signed to write August Wilson: The Kiln in Which He […]

Arts & Entertainment

Harvard’s ART Institute Receives ‘Failing’ Grade, Suspends Admissions

More trouble in paradise for Harvard. Last week the U.S. Department of Education deemed Harvard University’s ART Institute, a two-year graduate program in theater, as […]