A.R.T.’s ‘Evita’ comes to Cambridge in the spring, while Harvard has filed to move theater to Allston
After the current run of “Life of Pi,” the Loeb Drama Center in Harvard Square stages a Chaucerian comedy and a new revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s rock opera “Evita” – announcements made shortly after Harvard’s formal filing of plans to move its theaters to Allston.
Tenant for Oberon space will be named in 2023; Once music club went far in an obscure process
With a month in Scotland and plans for Bogota, Liars & Believers is building itself a bigger stage
‘Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992’ returns to the stage, reshaped for a new era of explosive racial unrest
Upcoming season at the Central Square Theater stages ‘Ada,’ ‘Alma,’ Afong and ‘Angels,’ Part I
The upcoming season at the Central Square Theater has been announced, continuing a focus on themes of science and diversity. The four-play season will be the first without co-founder Debra Wise as artistic director of the Underground Railway theater company, who said diversity was a reason for her departure.
‘Ain’t Misbehavin’: The Fats Waller Musical’ brings Harlem Renaissance to Central Square
Shirey wanted songs in A.R.T.’s ‘Ocean Filibuster’ able to speak to the hearts of us apex predators
‘Wild: A Musical Becoming’ captures a moment with characters and conflict over climate change
Final shows are announced for Oberon theater, including a free ‘House Is Open’ retrospective
‘The Half-Life of Marie Curie’ lays out its thesis and never challenges the conclusions
The setup of this historically accurate play has great potential for a discussion of what it means to be a woman in (what is largely perceived as) a man’s field and what it means for a woman to step into any number of possible roles in her life. But it doesn’t allow for much of anything approaching subtlety.