Butterfly’s wings may have been pinned, but she eventually flies away, in control of her own past.
With its skillful script and stunning production, "The Half-God of Rainfall" is a slam-dunk hit.
Five years after the upload of “Illegally Blonde: For Your Consideration,” we should reconsider the mockery and allow children to play with theater — even when it’s awful.
The action of "Macbeth" at the Museum of Science, Boston is inside Macbeth’s and Lady Macbeth’s minds. The captivating, abstract, transcendent adaptation succeeds in capturing the struggles of free will, making the unconventional play an overall success.
Steven Maler’s adaptation of “Macbeth” is intense, which ultimately works to its benefit. Commonwealth Shakespeare Company offers a thrilling take on a classic tragedy.
Teaser: Plays aren’t always for playing around — but when artists bring new stories to new audiences, everyone wins. Regardless of the venue, theater is for all.
Cerise Lim Jacobs, founder of activist opera company White Snake Projects, aims to "desegregate the performing arts in Boston" through relevant, original productions that create social change.
As its characters grapple with identity and uncertainty, "SWAN" ultimately demonstrates that personhood is about continuous change and growth.
In conversations with The Harvard Crimson, student actors, writers, and directors described their experiences telling these stories, sharing their thoughts on identity labels, and expressing the importance of LGBTQ Asian representation.
Sasha Denisova, celebrated Ukrainian playwright and director, merges comedy and tragedy, fact and fiction, and the serious and the imaginative in "The Gaaga," a site-specific phantasmagoria.
Driven by passion, lighting designer Finn Bamber’s artistic experiences have cultivated his unique awareness and analysis of visual culture.
If an utter transformation of theatrical space is what you’re looking for, “Angels in America” at Central Square Theater is the place to find it.
“The Prom” is an uplifting musical that celebrates accepting oneself and embracing others — a timeless message.