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Boston Ballet

City Life

What’s the Future of Boston Philanthropy?

It’s a tradition as American as apple pie: Every July Fourth since 1974, the Boston Pops have descended on the Hatch Shell for an evening […]

Arts & Entertainment

25 Things To See, Do, and Hear This Spring

Nerd out. Were you reading The Witcher long before Netflix came knocking at Henry Cavill’s door? Then this one’s for you. On April 9, the […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Best Events, Shows, and Things to Do in Boston All Fall

Attend an art-world reunion centuries in the making. Besides that empty wall space where a stolen Rembrandt once hung, Renaissance painter Titian’s The Rape of […]

City Life

Boston’s Gala Season That Never Was

For  30 years, I’ve covered Boston’s social scene, writing about the black-tie galas, luncheons, dinner dances, fashion shows, and fundraisers that make up what I’ve […]

William Forsythe "The Fact of Matter" ICA Boston October 2018
Arts & Entertainment

Climb, Swing, and Dance Your Way Through the ICA This Fall

The last time you walked into an art museum, you were probably greeted by oil paintings and marble sculptures, not a cluster of gymnastic rings, […]

Boston Ballet MFA Collaboration Video
Arts & Entertainment

Boston Ballet School Dancers Brought Degas Paintings to Life

In honor of Impressionist painter Edgar Degas’ 184th birthday and the Museum of Fine Arts’ new exhibit, “French Pastels: Treasures from the Vault,” two pre-professional […]

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

Boston Ballet Releases Video in Support of NEA

With arts funding potentially on the chopping block under the Trump administration, local arts groups are speaking up. Yesterday, the Boston Ballet premiered a new […]

Arts & Entertainment

Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

comedy Billy Crystal Billy Crystal is making a stop in Boston on the Spend the Night with Billy Crystal tour alongside his special guest, Bonnie […]

Arts & Entertainment

Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

BALLET Artifact Boston Ballet is the first North American company to perform William Forsythe’s full-length production of Artifact. Forsythe’s masterpiece combines choreography that showcases the […]

Wellness

What Boston Ballet Dancers Eat for Breakfast

We don’t need to tell you that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. In this series, we ask local notables for a […]

Arts & Entertainment

Misa Kuranaga Talks Swan Lake

“It’s my goal is to make everybody else dizzy,” says Misa Kuranaga of her show-stopping 32 fouettes in Swan Lake. “I love them so much.” Along with […]

Arts & Entertainment

Catch a Free Boston Ballet Performance at International Place

The downtown lunch break is getting an upgrade on Wednesday, December 9, when dancers from Boston Ballet II take over the courtyard at International Place […]

Arts & Entertainment

Boston Ballet’s Nutcracker Is Taking Over Boston Children’s Museum for a Day

Boston Public Schools are closed tomorrow in observance of Veterans’ Day, and Boston Children’s Museum is offering a fun way for kids to spend their […]

Arts & Entertainment

Boston Ballet’s Third Symphony of Gustav Mahler, By the Numbers

On Thursday evening, the Boston Ballet kicked off its 52nd season with the Third Symphony of Gustav Mahler: A Ballet by John Neumeier, taking the audience […]