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Arts & Entertainment

Fall Arts Preview: The Huntington Theatre Company’s First Full Season with a New Leader

Since its founding in 1982, the Huntington Theatre Company has managed to maintain a remarkable level of continuity, with only three artistic directors in its […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Interview: Playwright and BU Professor Kirsten Greenidge

Growing up in Arlington, Kirsten Greenidge loved theater so much that she put on shows with pals in her mom’s living room—with a concession stand, […]

Arts & Entertainment

How Did Boston’s Black Nativity Production Come to Be?

Welcome to “One Last Question,” a series where research editor Matthew Reed Baker tackles your most Bostonian conundrums. Have a question? Email him at onelastquestion@bostonmagazine.com. Question: […]

City Life

The Rise and Fall of Joe Kennedy’s Star-Studded Broadway Fundraiser

At the tail end of last week, the Joe Kennedy senatorial campaign announced a fundraiser entitled Broadway Sings for Joe Kennedy III. It was an event […]

Arts & Entertainment

Boston Steals the Show With Its Latest Pre-Broadway Premiere

It’s a highly anticipated show with plenty of celeb cachet: In February, real-life spouses Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick will portray three different couples […]

Arts & Entertainment

Boston’s Theater Offensive Is Challenging Oppression Through Art

My first theater class was in middle school—my teacher got her MFA at Emerson College. As a child, theater matched my creative imagination, and gave […]

Arts & Entertainment

Carnival Games, Clowns, and Murder: Why You Don’t Want to Miss BLO’s Immersive Pagliacci

Ever wanted to stuff your face with carnival food, take in a magic show, and top it all off with a little dose of opera? […]

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See a Cabaret Retelling of the Medusa Myth inside the Planetarium

Medusa may be one of the more famous characters in Greek mythology. Most people can call to mind what the name means: a woman with […]

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A Magic Mike Musical Is Coming to Boston

Being a Broadway tryout city has its perks. Did you make it to Moulin Rouge last fall? If so, you might be excited to hear […]

Arts & Entertainment

There Will Be a Hamilton Lottery for $10 Tickets in Boston

Get excited: Broadway in Boston has announced a special Hamilton lottery for $10 tickets. Every single performance during the show’s run in Boston, starting on […]

Arts & Entertainment

Austin Scott Is Doing His Best to Honor Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton

When the touring production of Hamilton (finally) makes its triumphant debut at the Boston Opera House this month, Austin Scott will take the stage in the starring […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Emerson Colonial Theatre Reopens Just in Time for Moulin Rouge!

No, you’re not imagining lights on the marquees—the Emerson Colonial, Boston’s oldest operating theater and a longtime pre-Broadway tester, is finally reopening its doors after […]

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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 […]

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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.