Suzan-Lori Parks has delivered both a grounded, oft-unheard slave narrative and a perennial tale of the struggles of being human.
Matthew Ritchie closes his expansive ICA residency with an immersive multimedia performance.
“We often talk about drifting apart, but can we drift together?”
A film released in January is as likely to receive critical acclaim, box office success, or your own stamp of approval as a guy with a knife is to win a gunfight. Luckily, the Brattle is serving up the antidote to this month’s smorgasbord of sure-fire shit with a selection of 2014’s best.
“This dance party is about breaking down the systems that oppress and divide us and having a ton of fun while doing it … This is not a gay dance party or a lesbian night. It’s an event for people of all genders and sexualities to come together around awesome music, social justice, and community.”
A look at 2014’s most memorable Boston theater experiences.
Iranian vampire Western ‘A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night,’ doesn’t just satisfy, it slays.
Apollinaire Theatre Company stages new Scottish play, “Midsummer,” about a pair of thirtysomethings who definitely shouldn’t sleep together, but, of course, do.
Instead of milking the holiday season for as much nog as they can muster, Apollinaire Theatre Company is going the opposite route and serving up a taste of summer in the thick of winter.
“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.”