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Jennifer Hudson Sings from Finding Neverland at Tony Awards

Viewers of the Tony Awards received a special treat Sunday night when Jennifer Hudson performed a preview of the American Repertory Theater at Harvard’s forthcoming […]

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Two American Repertory Theater-Produced Works Nominated for Tony Awards

The A.R.T. is going all the way. All the way to the Tonys with productions like All the Way and The Glass Menagerie, that is. The Tony Awards revealed their […]

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Diane Paulus: Drama Queen

Diane Paulus has saved the American Repertory Theater, for now. But in the process, has she unintentionally corrupted the soul of experimental theater?

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Hasty Pudding Theatricals’ 2014 Man of the Year Is Neil Patrick Harris

Looks like Justin Timberlake and Neil Patrick Harris have a lot more in common nowadays than a pair of baby blues and some sick comedy […]

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And Still We Rise: A Theater Company with a Mission

And Still We Rise, a theater company comprised of actors who have been impacted by the criminal justice system, has a way of weaving personal […]

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The Turbanator

A look under the hood of this season’s hottest new musical, The Jungle Book.

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A.R.T.’s Pippin Wins Big at the Tony Awards

If there was any doubt that Broadway was alive in Boston, Pippin proved it Sunday night at the 2013 Tony Awards. Before Sunday’s live show, […]

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Brattle Theatre Renovation Will Add Digital Projection and New HVAC System

The Brattle Theatre has been up and running in Cambridge for decades, and prides itself on its unique take on cinema. Ned Hinkle, a creative […]

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‘Beowulf’ Revamped

Starting this month, the A.R.T. puts a modern musical twist on a medieval epic, including a singing Beowulf and a sloppy, beer-drinking Grendel.

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Coolidge Corner Theater Begrudgingly Embraces the Digital Age

Photo via Kingdafy/Flickr Brookline’s Coolidge Corner Theater is unique even among independent cinemas. From its art deco marquee, to its artisanal soda fountain dispensing New […]

Arts Beat: Shakespeare in War

For two nights in Afghanistan last year, a local actor brought the Bard to the battle.