“A lot of people in Boston don’t associate Malcolm X with being a Boston figure. They don’t claim him. Let’s rediscover our own heroes and reclaim them and understand the complexities of who they were.”
A range of views from readers
A theatrical look at race in America
"Perspective, belief, memory, social class, education—among many other things—all play a role in shaping how we see and act in the world, but ultimately we are the creators."
A speedy taste of all things Shakespeare
Is the decades-long economic crisis for working people leading to less relevant art?
At odds with ICE and in search of the Mexican Dulcinea, Quixote Nuevo is reborn as the shining knight of Chicanos
Boston’s larger stages don’t need to be more like the movies. They need to be more like the small stages.
While it is easy to dismiss this group of wealthy parents as depraved, morally bankrupt, and awash in white privilege, Harmon’s Admissions illustrates the length at which high-minded, politically correct, and supposedly “woke” white liberals will also go to get their children into top-tier colleges and universities.
"The show is a call to action. Everybody has got to do something every day. You’ve got to call your senators, write to your congressman, run for office, get out and vote, register people to vote, call the networks."