In her brilliant, Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Parks creates two characters that have been dealt a poor hand. She turns three-card monte into a metaphor for the struggle of Booth and his older brother, Lincoln, for power and self-esteem. It is ...
“Women’s Rights are Human Rights,” on display at Northeastern’s 360 Gallery through April 17, provides a heart-wrenching look at present-day gender politics. The 44-poster exhibit, curated by Elizabeth Resnick, professor emerita of graphic design at the Massachusetts College of Art ...
Madeleine George’s beautifully written play combines droll humor and drama as it follows Brodie into new, uncharted terrain of the heart.
Drawn mostly from the last half century, the program highlighted artists like Morris Hayes, Whitney Houston and Stevie Wonder, who paved the way for new genres and sounds.
Giovanni DeCunto’s crafts his portraits of African American icons with a fascinating blend of techniques.
Four soup kitchen workers test, tempt and care for each other in a play that questions what it takes to lead a good life.
Nieves-Powell’s photos recreate iconic images of Afro-Latina trailblazers, highlighting the talent and heroism of these performers for the next generation.
Oyelow’s latest role is an African king who falls for a British commoner in “A United Kingdom.”
The rendition of Tennessee Williams’ play is light on laughs and heavy on theatric power and existential dread.
Boston Ballet’s “Artifact” delivers a chilling and refreshingly contemporary performance.
The stunning visual exploration follows the life of a carefree young fisherman named Ashes and the unexpected and jarring fate that awaits him. McQueen layers the film with commentary on globalism, the economy and the way bodies can be defined ...
Fist Fight is a kitchen sink comedy that revolves around the showdown between a high school’s intimidating history teacher and nerdy English teacher.
The Boston Public Library’s Black Is Book list reflects a collection of influential works by black authors that represent black history and experience of the past year. This year’s list is a blend of pop culture and politics and features ...
“And Still I Rise” is a reverential retrospective offering an intimate look at the life of the late poet, author, actress, director and civil rights activist and her unlikely path from abandoned street urchin to poet laureate.
Actor Aisha Hinds talks about playing American icon Harriet Tubman on “Underground,” a docudrama about the Underground railroad and her role as Pastor Janae James on “Shots Fired” a debuting TV series.