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Finish Line Is a Different Kind of Boston Marathon Tribute

Finish Line: The Untold Stories of the 2013 Boston Marathon is taking a different approach to honor those who were affected by the bombings. Produced […]

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A.R.T. Made a Cameo on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

Fans of the CW’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend may have noticed a shoutout to a certain Cambridge-based theater on Monday’s episode. The Harvard-affiliated American Repertory Theater made a […]

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Broadway in Boston Announces 2016-2017 Season

“I’M CRYING,” posted more than one person on Instagram when Broadway in Boston announced its 2016-2017 lineup—and that was after only one of nine shows […]

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Theater and Dance Shows Coming to Boston in Spring 2016

March Richard II Set in 1398, William Shakespeare’s classic tragedy follows the fall of King Richard II and the rise of his successor, Henry IV, […]

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Meryl Streep Is Coming to Nantucket for a Cabaret Performance

Meryl Streep will be showing off her cabaret skills when she comes to Nantucket this summer. Theatre Workshop of Nantucket announced on Tuesday that the […]

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Boston Children’s Theatre to Honor Kristin Chenoweth

Boston Children’s Theatre announced on Tuesday that Kristin Chenoweth will be honored at the 2016 Giving Voice Gala. The Tony and Emmy winning actress will […]

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Nick Kroll and John Mulaney’s Oh, Hello Coming to Boston

Nick Kroll and John Mulaney are bringing their hit Off-Broadway show Oh, Hello to Boston this winter. Fresh off of 21 straight days of sold […]

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Josh Groban Cast in Broadway Production of A.R.T.’s New Musical

Josh Groban and his majestic voice are set to make their Broadway debut in September, in a production of Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of […]

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Our Ultimate Guide to The Nutcracker Shows in Boston

Visions of sugar plums dancing in your head? Well, how could they not be? ’Tis the season, after all, with more than 50 holiday-themed events taking place throughout […]

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Waitress Musical Has Already Made Broadway History

There are still three months before curtains go up for previews of Waitress at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre in New York City, but the musical has already […]

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Curtains for Boston’s Theater District?

The city’s historic stages are in crisis. Why isn’t Marty Walsh, the self-described ‘arts mayor,’ doing more to save them?

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A.R.T.’s Diane Paulus and Finding Neverland Featured in White House Broadway Special

On Monday, First Lady Michelle Obama welcomed high school students from performing arts schools and after-school programs across the country into the White House, where […]

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Love’s Labour’s Lost Announced as 2016 ‘Shakespeare on the Common’ Production

We all know Romeo and Juliet and Hamlet and King Lear. But in comparison with Shakespeare’s famous tragedies, Love’s Labour’s Lost, an early comedic work by the playwright, is relatively obscure. […]

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Three Questions with Nick Offerman

On woodworking, literature, and epic mustaches.

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Elf: The Musical Set to Debut in Boston

Boston’s regular holiday programming kicks off in—believe it or not—just a few weeks, with Boston Ballet’s Nutcracker, Christmas tree lightings on the Common and Faneuil Hall, […]