Theater & Arts
There could not be a more appropriate setting for Cabaret in Boston than the Opera House. Photo courtesy of Boston Broadway.

Cabaret Hits Boston Opera House

It began as a short story, evolved into a play, and then became a movie. Finally, in 1965, Cabaret was adapted for the stage once again, but this time it would be transformed into what most of us know it as today, a musical. No...


Dorrance Dance shows this weekend only at Cutler Majestic. Photo Credit: Ian Douglas

Dorrance Dance In Concert Taps Into Boston’s Love Of Dance

This is not your childhood shuffle ball change. Dorrance Dance in Concert takes the stage at Emerson/Cutler Majestic Theatre for a weekend of January 13 through 15. Just the fact that the company’s first performance won a...



Something Rotten. Photo courtesy of Boston Broadway

Something Rotten Blends Renaissance With “Right Now” Broadway Hits

We all have that one person who drives us insane with all their one-ups – the Instagram shots that are always perfect, the Boomerang clips with LOL timing. Even their hashtags are more #onpoint than yours. They know just ...


Cirque Dreams Holiday is a family Christmas spectacular all in one! Photo Courtesy of Cirque

Cirque Dreams Holidaze Brings A Wonderland Of Life To The Shubert Theatre

When someone coins the witty phrase “holidaze,” it often conjures up thoughts of the muted haze one sees the world through when they’re overloaded with all that comes with the season. Welcome to autopilot. You...



Boston Ballet's The Nutcracker. Photo Credit: Igor Bulgarian

Boston Ballet’s The Nutcracker Returns For Another Christmas Season Series

Boston is often referred to as the Athens of the West for its glittering array of cultural institutions.  The 19th century Brahmins who ruled the city very consciously set out to create a flourishing community that would riv...


An American in Paris National Touring Company. Photo Credit: Matthew Murphy

An American In Paris Comes To Downtown Boston For A Limited Engagement

With four Tony Awards under its belt, the most awarded new musical of 2015, An American in Paris, has left Broadway and has set up for a limited engagement in Boston. Running from October 25th to November 16th at the Citi Perfo...



Maria Baranova and Michal Krcmar in Le Corsaire; photo by Sakari Viika, courtesy of The Finnish National Opera and Ballet

Boston Ballet Kicks Off Its 2016-2017 Season With The Swash-Buckling Ballet Le Corsaire

Swash-buckling action. Romantic swooning. Captive maidens and smarmy, wealthy men. A sword fight, a shipwreck. All this mayhem is the start of the 2016–2017 season of the Boston Ballet, and you’re invited. The 53rd seas...


Jersey Boys grace the Boston Opera House stage starting this week. Photo Credit: Jeremy Daniel

Boston Rocks Out With The Jersey Boys At The Boston Opera House

As the boys of summer are heading full steam into their playoff season, there’s another group of boys setting their sights on Boston. The Jersey Boys are back in town. And rags to riches never sounded so good. Coming to ...



Priscilla's Valdemar Villanueva, Larry Daggett and Alec Varvas.

Priscilla Queen Of The Desert: The Musical Reigns Over Boston

They say that disco died on July 12, 1979 (see Disco Demolition Night in Chicago), but clearly they were misinformed about its RIP moment. In fact, disco is alive and well and will be taking center stage in Boston’s theat...


Boston ArtWeek kicks off tomorrow. Photo Courtesy of Illuminus

Get Familiar With Boston’s Creative Side During ArtWeek Boston

Following Boston Fashion Week, ArtWeek Boston is just around the corner, running from September 30th to October 9th. You might have seen the ArtWeek logo on various MBTA billboards, or maybe you’ve seen an ad or two in The Im...