- Arts + Culture
The current “Twelfth Night” is a perfectly pleasant way to lounge on Boston’s lawn, especially for free. But it has a couple of smallish problems.
These are the final days for “Cabaret” at Riverside Theatre Works in Hyde Park, with actors Fran Betlyon and Danielle Kellermann in the company.
A fundraiser tonight can help a new theater company that wants to perform pieces about social issues and help people find solutions to their problems.
Story Club – a monthly literary event that operates like a poetry slam – returns Thursday with the theme “Work!” in honor of May Day.
If there’s any genre guaranteed to turn up compelling stories, it’s the tale of how we give birth, and tickets to this all-ages event are selling out fast.
It’s such a fluke that Danielle Freiman is in Thursday’s Big Mouth Off, the storytelling finals for Massmouth’s fifth season, that it could only be fate.
The classic Greek tragedy “Antigone” gets a reworking next month from seventh- and eighth-graders at the Fayerweather Street School.
Of course “The Slutcracker” is back at the Somerville Theatre, starting Saturday and running through Dec. 31, but this year brings something new: An opening set from Mike Doughty, the singer-songwriter and onetime lead for the band Soul Coughing.
With its debut Thursday, Story Club Boston becomes the latest chapter in a storytelling renaissance, and one you need to stick with to the end to see how it comes out.
Somerville’s Performing Fusion Theatre wants short plays from playwrights and to audition the actors, musicians, singers and dancers who will make them come to life at its inaugural Somerville Theatre Festival.