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The Boston Globe
New York City
American Repertory Theater artistic director Diane Paulus (left) and Eve Ensler in New York City. The world premiere of Ensler’s “In the Body of the World” will be staged at the ART.
Draw The Squad
Lin Manuel Miranda
‘Hamilton,’ hit musical, meets Burr, writer
Cross Country Trip
Behind The Scenes
Hair Plait Styles
Seven performers began their cross-country trip in California three months ago, shedding scenery and other accoutrements as they went.
John Guare’s adaptation of “His Girl Friday” plays as a screwball comedy, but hints at darker themes.
Kinky Boots Musical
New York Broadway
"Kinky Boots" is a hard show to resist, even if it could have more edge.
Kate Burton and son Morgan Ritchie are performing together in the Huntington Theatre Company production of “The Seagull.”
If anyone doubts Boston Ballet’s serious commitment to contemporary work, look no further than the current “Close to Chuck” program.
José Mateo gems shine in new performances
Onetime dancer and author of “Bunheads” Sophie Flack, who performed “The Nutcracker” in Boston and New York, recalls the mishaps and the magic.
Dance review: As Drosselmeyer, Peter DiMuro lights up José Mateo’s ‘Nutcracker’
I Love Lucy
Favorite Tv Shows
‘I Love Lucy Live on Stage’ looks back with affection
True Blood Actors
Sound Of Music Live
Tv Show Music
NBC’s ‘Sound of Music’ falls flat
Seasons Of The Year
José Mateo keeps ‘The Nutcracker’ fresh
Half-price tickets to a total of 135 productions in Greater Boston will be available through the Mayor’s Holiday Spectacular.
Stage review: Provocative ‘Mies Julie’ haunted by the ghosts of apartheid
The New Yorker
Dance review: Boston Ballet’s grown-up ‘Nutcracker’
Love And Forgiveness
Dance review: La Bayadère a show of love, forgiveness at Boston Ballet
In This Moment
Though it celebrates the power of heedless passion, "Forever Tango" is suffused throughout with an aura of absolute concentration.
West End Theatres
We Are The Champions
A Kind Of Magic
"We Will Rock You" puts Queen in a new arena
The Paul Taylor Dance Company’s Celebrity Series engagement at the Shubert featured masterly works created 44 years apart.
When the dance company Step Afrika! roars into the Emerson/Cutler Majestic Theatre, expect thundering rhythms, lively stories, and a raw exuberant energy.
Company One offers another ambitious take on race, class and gender with the world premiere of Kirsten Greenidge’s “Splendor.”
Stage review: Seeing “The Libertine” is like visiting a decadent secret society that the titular Earl of Rochester might have enjoyed.
Action Pose Reference
Maybe In Another Life
Frozen In Time
“Dancers look great, even at a standstill. They’re like sportscars. When they move, they look even better,” said Globe staff photographer Essdras M Suarez.
Sophie Flack’s career, which inspired the young adult novel "Bunheads," began with a few tentative steps.