If you were to actually use the $45 monthly movie pass every day in a 30-day month, you’d be spending $1.50 on each screening – the lowest fare I’ve seen in my lifetime. That said, you don’t need to be a die hard to see the benefits. At IMAX tickets of upwards of $18, going to the theater three times in one month with the pass saves you money. With the $35 pass, you’d only need to go four times. Continue reading
Author Archives: SUSANNA JACKSON
During “The Nutcracker” season, Tchaikovsky isn’t what the 23-year-old has queued on his iPod as he warms up for the Christmastime classic. Think a little less symphonic, a little more “Stay Schemin’. Continue reading
If you like comedy, get ready to feel like a kid in a candy store. Or at the very least, someone who’s excited to learn about a Jamaica Plain space hosting comedy shows three nights a week.
“A lot of the inspiration in making this picture came from the great American films of the 1970s. We wanted to deal truthfully with interpersonal relationships the way that films rarely do today.” Continue reading
IN THE FRAME: DOCUMENTARY ON THE HISTORY OF BLACK PHOTOGRAPHERS SEES NEW ENGLAND PREMIERE AT THE ICA
“When you look at a photograph, it’s happening now. It’s not then.” Continue reading
“I think that there are many voices waiting to be heard within the arts, and reflexively many spaces that could be converted into holding vessels for these voices, even if just for one night.” Continue reading
Like much of John Kuntz’s work, the two-hour one act play is surreal and non-linear, challenging the audience from the moment they walk into the theater until the credits scroll. Yes, credits scroll.
“We’re here for a long time — knock on wood. So we are going slowly and doing it right.” Continue reading
More than 3,000 people have RSVP’d to #EnoughIsEnough: We Are The Ones, Justice For Eric Garner, which will be held at the Boston Common coinciding with the lighting ceremony. Continue reading
“I don’t want there to be work and life. I want life and work to be one giant symphony. The amazing part of this job is that it makes me feel like I can integrate all parts of myself. Roles where you can practice this don’t exist. This is an anomaly, this role.” Continue reading
The ten tracks on Night of the Living Dreams seamlessly flow into one another, brewing a thick haze of ambient twinkle and twang. Continue reading
Mockingjay labors at dividing its time between romance and revolution, missing an opportunity, in its modernity, to provide interesting commentary on how, paired with art and iconography, technology can be weaponized for either side of a battle. Continue reading