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These articles dramatize, sadly, who was listened to and who wasn't in the sexual allegations against playwright Israel Horowitz in the early '90s.
A fresh interpretation does wonders for this stirring production of Man of La Mancha.
One fascinating aspect of this collaboration is that the dance and music harmonize but don't mimic each other.
The Golden family comes by its wealth, and accrues its menacing enemies, via long and labyrinthine subplots that are hard to follow.
New food companies are innovating in similar ways: bold and intriguing flavor combinations and alcohol.
The Huntington Theatre Company’s production of Molière’s classic is bright and energetic.
Arts Fuse critics select the best in film, dance, visual arts, theater, music, and author events for the coming weeks.
Probably as it should be for a group called the Actors’ Shakespeare Project, the performances in Julius Caesar are the thing.
I enjoyed God's Own Country for its realistic style and its unflinching vision of intimacy.
“The acoustic duo shows are on the edge. It’s stripped pretty naked. It’s as if we were just playing in your living room.”
Soft Thresholds is about opening up physical boundaries: an elephant village is one of a number of the firm's marvelous examples of this commitment.
A new pop-up holiday market at the Boston Public Market invites you to expand your local foodie horizons.
What we don't know about the brain and the heart drives this at times unwieldy, yet ultimately satisfying, theatrical work.
Hilbig’s prose demands sentence-by sentence commitment. It gravitates to the dark and dense, and occasionally surreal.
It always takes a while for the culture to catch up with the best and brightest; what’s on the cutting edge today becomes tomorrow’s gold standard.
Filmmaker Salvo Cuccia packs a lot into this tightly framed 2014 documentary on Frank Zappa.
The tap challenge, sometimes good natured, sometimes prickly, is at the heart of both of these remarkable documentaries.
Chase’s iconoclastic genre-crossing oratorio proceeds from dark to light, and wins its struggle for transcendence.
I found myself almost wishing the dramatist had written a longer play (a rare desire coming from a theater critic).
For Bob Childs, the idea of breaking up this joyous, talented musical ensemble is bittersweet.
Is a romantic relationship with someone who is lovely -- but mentally ill -- worth the effort?
Three jug band legends -- John Sebastian Geoff Muldaur, and Jim Kweskin reunite.
The Boston Ballet's program was meant as a tribute to the 100th anniversary of Finnish independence.
Nothing could be more necessary at this point in time than this book.
I almost found myself wishing the dramatist had written a longer play (a rare desire for a theater critic).
Celebrate New England's unsung cultural movers and shakers as well as the 10th anniversary of The Arts Fuse!
Set in Boston's rock scene during the '80s, the mystery World Enough serves up plenty of compelling entertainment.
The Brattle Theatre has come up with a specially-curated slate of films that honors the cinematic underpinnings of Netflix's Stranger Things.
Coming of age in today’s world is a tumultuous and confusing experience; Ken Urban’s script expertly taps into these modern anxieties.