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Arts Fuse critics select the best in film, dance, visual art, theater, music, and author events for the coming weeks.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is not as artful as a lot of what’s on offer now, but this pleasing series kicks off the Hallowe’en season with a bang.
All of Shirkers demonstrates the wonderfulness of making cinema. I Am Not a Witch dramatizes the mystery and solidarity of accused witches.
Arts Fuse critics select the best in film, dance, visual arts, theater, music, and author events for the coming weeks.
Three bold new public art installations underscore the possibilities of visual and conceptual experiences in 21st century Boston.
“I went back and listened to the records and watched videos of performances. I got into character for this,” Glenn Hughes confesses.
For the most part, Randy Weston reached behind the boppers, drawing for inspiration on a solo stride tradition which he adapted to his own needs.
Burt Reynolds was appealing primarily because one always knew what to expect from him: sex appeal, charm, humor, and a manly warmth that permeated every part he played.
Does Shakespeare need a digital makeover to stay relevant and entertaining?
A chance to see two important works by pioneering African-American filmmaker Bill Gunn.
The music and performances on this delightful trio album are blithe and profound, a combination that should charm many listeners.
Why has Bernard Weinraub chosen this secretive chapter of Miller’s life as fodder for his play?
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Thomas Doherty's fragmented, stop-and-start-again style dilutes narrative authority and further complicates an already very complicated story.
If the New York Times can’t make a reasonable case for the need for discrimination rather than salesmanship, we are in real trouble.