Melinda Lopez readies Mala for its Boston return
Last fall, ArtsEmerson presented the world premiere of Mala, Huntington playwright-in-residence Melinda Lopez’s gorgeous, deeply personal, and unforgettable one-woman play about loss, family, and what it means to be human.
In the midst of trying to ...
The Color Purple is giving Boston a lot to be thankful for
The acclaimed, Tony-winning revival of The Color Purple has finally made its way to Boston. Talk about something to be grateful for this holiday season.
This musical version of Alice Walker’s gorgeous 1982 masterwork first debuted in 2005 with Oprah Winfrey on board as lead producer. ...
From “American Idol” to Evita, the fascinating career of Constantine Maroulis
It is not uncommon to see one of the scores of “American Idol” alums trying their hand at the theater. Since the show premiered in 2002, Broadway musicals in particular have frequently drawn from the pool of talent featured on “Idol” to try to revive an ...
It’s not really a night out in Boston unless you see at least one fistfight over the weekend, right?