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Dinner and a show

The show is a cirque-du-soleil style performance with a culinary twist. While telling stories and twirling from the rafters, the acrobats cook three dishes that connect to their personal histories.

Bryan Cranston plays crafty undercover agent in fact based drama ‘The Infiltrator’

The Infiltrator is a riveting, cat-and-mouse thriller directed by Brad Furman and stars Bryan Cranston in a role custom-made for the gifted thespian.

Roxbury International Film Festival at MFA

The Roxbury Independent Film Festival showcases works by of filmmakers of color and has become the largest festival in New England dedicated to this genre.

Navigating rough waters

Fiddlehead performed with power, precision and showmanship, taking a show marked by its time and making it watchable, even enjoyable.

Megacities

In Megacities Asia, supersized sculptures and wall-mounted installations suit the show’s theme: how artists living in some of the world’s biggest cities are responding to the ruptures and changes brought about as towering buildings replace human-scale communities and green space.

Cirque Du Soleil’s ‘Kurios — Cabinet of Curiosities’ a show for all ages

Kurios is a magical universe set in the Victorian era where the imagination has no boundaries, and all is possible.

‘The Woven Arc’ on exhibit at Cooper Gallery through July 16

“The Woven Arc” features 36 contemporary and traditional works in a fascinating exhibition.

Lost in translation

The story centers on Knox, who is a deaf, gay, recovering addict with newly found interest in spirituality.

Check all that apply

We are all subject to racial categorizations and generalizations. Nicole Buchanan’s show “The Skin I’m in,” uses subtlety and comparison to show just how limited these identifications are.

The idea of the north

The landscape paintings of Canadian artist Lawren Harris have captivated many, including comedian, actor, author and art collector Steven Martin. Martin guest curated “The Idea of North: The Paintings of Lawren Harris,” a riveting exhibition on view through June 12 ...

Ignorance is bliss — and other lies

Ignorance is a powerful weapon in an age where Donald Trump is a political frontrunner and internet comment sections are more crowded than Disney World. Lebanese artist Walid Raad confronts misguided conceptions of Arab nations in his exhibit at the ...

‘Oklahoma!’ on stage in Providence through June 5

Like a wind sweeping down a plain, an exuberant production of the great Rodgers and Hammerstein musical “Oklahoma!” surges through the main stage of Trinity Reportory Company in Providence through June 5, lifting both the cast and audience aloft in ...

Past, present and future

“Everywhen: The Eternal Present in Indigenous Art from Australia,” a compelling exhibition on display at the Harvard Art Museums exhibition through September 18, presents works of timeless immediacy by original inhabitants of Australia and their contemporary descendants.

Art of Jazz

In the sensational, jam-packed show, “Art of Jazz: Form/Performance/Notes,” the captivating forms of the instruments themselves are celebrated in an installation by pianist Jason Moran. Many of the visual works stir the same feelings as the music: The excitement of ...

Poetry in motion

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago came to town last weekend, back for the first time since 2009, to perform three shows at Citi Shubert Theatre.

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