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Commonwealth Shakespeare Celebrates with ’Shakespeare at Fenway’

By EDGE | Apr 18
Commonwealth Shakespeare Company will celebrate its 20th year serving the community in 2015, kicking off on September 19, 2014, with a once-in-a-lifetime gift to the City of Boston - Shakespeare at Fenway. This is a first-ever event of this kind.


Theatre Reviews

Zach Braff and Nick Cordero in ’Bullets Over Broadway’

Bullets Over Broadway

By Steve Weinstein | Apr 18
You’d think a film as near-perfect as Woody Allen’s tribute to the Broadway theater world of the 1920s would be an indestructible vehicle for a Broadway musical. You’d be wrong.

Cheyenne Jackson and Laura Benanti

Encores! The Most Happy Fella

By Marcus Scott | Apr 18
Returning to the New York City Center for a limited-engagement performance concert, Frank Loesser’s highly-underrated "The Most Happy Fella" is an ode to joy and unconditional love.

Duke it out with this hunky bunny

Full Bunny Contact

By Winnie McCroy | Apr 17
Easter hops into town and drops its basket at the Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center with "Full Bunny Contact," a hilarious Easter-themed weekend-long festival with a decidedly twisted and whimsical take on the traditional spring fair.


Theatre Features

Pride Films and Plays is accepting submissions through May 1

Chicago’s Pride Films Accepts Submissions for Women’s Words Fest

By Winnie McCroy | Apr 15
Pride Films and Plays is now accepting submissions of new works for the stage and screen for Women’s Words Fest, through May 1.

Billy Porter on ’Kinky Boots’ anniversary, new CD

By Mark Kennedy | Apr 14
Billy Porter has good reason to be happy these days. He’s celebrating his anniversary in the hit musical "Kinky Boots" and is about to release a new CD of Broadway standards.

Yannick Greweldinger, Reinier Schimmel & Silke Hundertmark in "Lebensraum" at ArtsEmerson

Double Reality :: Bringing Humanity to Life in ’Lebensraum’

By Michael Cox | Apr 8
Director Jakop Ahlbom discusses his darkly comic homage to the silent film auteur Buster Keaton, "Lebensraum." In this surreal and dialogue-free play, two male inventors run into problems when they create a mechanical doll to help them keep house.