Arts

Spotlighting local artists, exhibitions, and galleries, dance, musicals, theatre, public art and everything in between.

KINGDOM COME BACK: ENAMEL KINGDOM RETURNS TO LOT F

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While Goin Inward is certainly reminiscent of his inaugural Lot F showcase — expect to see his signature elephants on display in many forms — the retrospective exposes Ryan Lombardi as an artist who is taking thoughtful steps forward to improve his craft. Continue reading

THE DIG DOES FIG: IN PRAISE OF THE INDIE GAME DEVELOPER HUSTLE

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While at Boston FIG, looking to get a sense of the local indie scene for the third year in a row, I was indeed there as a journalist, and to make connections I could add to my collection of business cards for future story ideas. Continue reading

HAUNTING MELODIES AND CHILLING DELIVERY BOLSTER ‘SWEENEY TODD’

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After 2 hours and 45 minutes of attending the tale of “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street,” skin pale and eye odd, I was left wanting for a lot more blood. Continue reading

FALL PREVIEW: NAB YOURSELF A PIECE

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As September 23 draws near, and you begin that sad but necessary ritual in New England of kissing the summer goodbye, there’s a wealth of seasonal-correct whoopin’ good times to be had in our beloved Hub. Continue reading

CHEERS TO EURIPIDES: JAMES BLASZKO REIMAGINES CYCLOPS

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Euripides’ “Cyclops” may have survived antiquity, but James Blaszko’s reimagining of the only complete surviving satyr play is anything if antiquated. Continue reading

PETAL’D WARES: A THIRD-GENERATION FLOWER ENTHUSIAST HAS YOUR CROWN AT BOSTON CALLING

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So if you’re into the whole woodland-nymph dancing to a pan-flute in the wilderness thing (or just like wearing colorful local wildflowers on your head) be on the look out for her booth. Continue reading

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