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In a season with Racine’s “Phaedra” (first performed in 1677) and three Shakespeare plays, “God’s Ear” stands out – starting Wednesday – as a different kind of entertainment for the Actors’ Shakespeare Project.
Love Paris in the springtime? The Post-Meridian Radio Players’ “Spring Adventure Spectacular” gets you much of the way there via some pulpy scripts and well-chosen sound effects.
Flat Stanley’s wild coast-to-coast and overseas travels star a Cambridge fifth-grader on his own creative journey.
Officially, “Measure for Measure” is one of Shakespeare’s comedies, but it’s for those who like their comedy dark and about when “sex, imprisonment and power collide in a city on the edge.”
Lee Phenner, with the help of many friends, is reimagining the 2009 tale of Harvard’s professor Gates, a Cambridge police sergeant and President Barack Obama.
If Black Friday is going to be a tradition, chanteuse Niki Luparelli has a way to make it cool: Make it about the coolest person ever, David Bowie.
The story of the so-called “Venus Hottentot” and a glimpse into the adult life of Charlie Brown are among four original comedy plays tonight in Davis Square.
There’s so much to say about the Artistic Repertory Theater’s crowdfunding campaign, which improves the bar as well as adding stalls to a women’s restroom.
Mary Magdalene, Eve, Isis, the Queen of Sheba, Ishtar, Delilah, Joan of Arc and more are all explored in this multimedia project.
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.