The Liars & Believers theater company brings its latest experiment, “Icarus,” to the Cambridge YMCA Theatre next month for a two-day run, and it looks, as usual, complex, creative and wonderful.
It turns out the play’s not the thing. In “Playbook,” the ImprovBoston show running late Fridays from March 15 to April 12, the play’s only the first minute or so of the thing.
With Eve Ensler’s “Vagina Monologues” now as associated with February as Valentine’s Day, Arts at the Armory in Somerville may be offering your last chance to see the show for a year.
It’s murder that inspired Thursday’s show at Oberon — the 1959 murder of the Clutter family in Kansas, which led to the 1965 Truman Capote novel “In Cold Blood,” which inspired the art band Jaggery to record a five-song EP called “Private Violence,” which gets its official release at Org: Literati with music, aerial performance and dance, film and theater.
There was a time comic and storyteller David Mogolov couldn’t imagine how he was going to raise a daughter. Now he can’t even work a smartphone.
The high school’s December musical comedy, John Waters’ “Hairspray,” promises to be big in every way.
Sure, Salem is more haunted than Cambridge. But Cambridge has more nerds — and gore.
The Edgar Allan Poe parties start Wednesday with a musical tribute and continues Thursday with a reading in Mount Auburn Cemetery.
If you were wondering where the world headquarters of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” was, wonder no more: It’s Harvard Square. Oberon premieres a Friday live version to complement the square’s Saturday midnight showings.
The minds behind the Org: Asylum show tonight at Oberon promised more artists were being added to the lineup, and they weren’t crazy. One very notable addition: Amanda Palmer.