The ubiquitous Boston favorite on Stage Kiss at the Lyric Stage
Randy Harrison stars as the Emcee in an ultra-relevant Cabaret
Company One co-founder Shawn LaCount directs, and here, he reflects on the play’s provocativeness, his collaboration with Matter & Light, and Really’s complicated themes.
Adrianne Krstansky on the Huntington’s eloquent new revival
Award-winning journalist & transgender superstar preps for Trans Scripts at A.R.T.
Robert Askins’ Hand to God—a five-time Tony nominee and one of the most-produced plays of the year—will make its New England premiere this month at SpeakEasy Stage.
Though style occasionally prevailed over substance in this exhilarating revival of Sean O’Casey’s 1926 play, this Sean Holmes-directed revival is one of the most well-conceived productions of this decade.
Organic, frank, funny, and devastating, Lopez laid bare all of the reasons why she is a priceless asset to the Boston theater community.
One of the greatest actresses in Boston tackles one of the greatest roles ever written.
Conductor Keith Lockhart has now been at the podium for almost half of those 40 years, and under his leadership the Pops’ national recognition has soared. This year, in addition to its performances at Symphony Hall, its A Pops Holiday Party special returns to PBS stations across the country.