Theater & Arts
The show runs April 16th to April 24th. Photo Courtesy of Wang Theatre.

The Emerald City Meets Beantown When ‘The Wizard of Oz’ Comes to Boston

‘Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore.’ That’s right, Dorothy, you’re not in Kansas. Welcome to Boston, home to a very different kind of green monster. One of the most iconic stor...


Guys and Dolls only runs this weekend at the Cutler Majestic Theatre.

Guys And Dolls Brings Glitz And Gangsters To The Cutler Majestic Theatre

As our recent snow storm indicated, the springtime sun hasn’t committed fully to melting away any leftover winter chills. So now’s the perfect time to settle into a few seats for a red-hot sizzler of a musical. It&#...



Maria Rainer with the von Trapp children. Photo Credit: Matthew Murphy

The Sound of Music at the Boston Opera House

Let’s start at the very beginning. A very good place to start. Beginning March 29 through April 10, the hills (or at least the Boston Opera House) are alive with The Sound of Music. Quite literally. This great American classi...


The Realish Housewives is set to hit Shubert Theatre at the end of the month.

The Realish Housewives of Boston brings booze, Botox and brawls to the Shubert Theatre

Reeking of booze, pumped up with Botox, and bobbing and weaving with the punches, The Realish Housewives of Boston are fully loaded and ready to take on Boston. This troupe of six “housewives,” now on a national tou...



Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude. Photo Credit: Gene Schiavone

The Boston Ballet’s Kaleidoscope Mesmerizes With Movement, Color And Stunning Visuals

  Glimpse through a kaleidoscope and you’re delighted with a prism of spectacular movement. The fractals create star bursts, spirals and feathers of mesmerizing color and you just can’t stop staring. Every mom...


This never before seen show takes place Friday March 4th.

Boldly Go To The Wang For The 50th Anniversary Celebration That Is Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage

Calling all Trekkies. It’s time to boldly go where no one has gone before. Or at least to the Theatre District in downtown Boston. Space – aka the final frontier – will have to wait, but you can still get that...



This heated romance ballet is showing at the Boston Opera House. Photo courtesy of Boston Ballet.

After 14 Years, Onegin Takes The Stage Once Again With The Boston Ballet

If you’re looking for a passionate love story filled with romance and despair, Onegin is the One. This back and forth game of unrequited love is enough to make your head spin and your heart hurt. Because, let’s fac...


Tracy Morgan plays The Wilbur Theatre this weekend. Photo Credit: Randy Miramontez

Tracy Morgan’s “Picking Up the Pieces” Tour Assembles in Boston

The best way to survive tragedy is through comedy—an insight that actor and comedian Tracy Morgan knows well and will be bringing to Boston as part of his “Tracy Morgan: Picking Up the Pieces” comedy tour. In Ju...



Bridgette Hayes and Brandon Green in An Octoroon. Photo Credit: Paul Fox

An Octoroon Combines Humor With Social Commentary for Downtown Audiences

Few issues in American society today are more talked about, or more contentious, than race. Against that backdrop comes An Octoroon, a popular 19th century play set in the Antebellum South that has been reworked for today̵...


Pippin runs February 2nd through the 14th . Photo courtesy of Boston Broadway

Pippin Is Back and on Its Way to Broadway Boston

A classic on Broadway in the 1970’s, Pippin is back as a Tony Winner for the Best Revival of a Musical. Revived, but not the same–the beloved home of classic musical pop-rock classics like “Magic to Do,” and “I Gu...