The wait is over! The most anticipated sequel from 2012’s blockbuster The Avengers is here.
When the Stars Begin to Fall: Imagination and the American South,” on view through May 10 at the Institute of Contemporary Art Boston, presents a sampling of works by 35 African-American artists inspired by a real or imagined American South.
My Grandfather Would Have Shot Me, is an account of Jennifer Teege’s discovery researching her family’s dark past during the Holocaust.
Tickets are on sale now for Fiddlehead Theatre Company’s modern day interpretation of the classic rock opera, Jesus Christ Superstar.
Delirious and at moments, devastating, the Huntington Theatre Company’s revival of “The Colored Museum,” by two-time Tony Award winner George C. Wolfe, would be worth seeing for the verve and finesse of the cast alone. But the production, on stage ...
Roland Leander Williams, Jr. who teaches English at Temple University, has written Black Male Frames: African-Americans in a Century of Hollywood Cinema, 1903-2003, which shows how black male movie characters have basically been either submissive or subversive to suit the ...
‘Kosher Soul’ finds humor in fact of interracial Jewish couple.
Celebrate love and art this weekend at the MFA on Friday night with Love Letters advice columnist Meredith Goldstein, Green Porno with Isabella Rossellini at ArtsEmerson, and ease on down the yellow brick road with The Wiz at the Strand ...
With her latest play, “Father Comes Home From the Wars (Parts 1, 2 & 3),” playwright Suzan-Lori Parks presents the first segment of a three-part epic based on the Civil War and the fortunes of a slave who comes to ...
Branford Marsalis opened his extraordinary 90-minute set at Harvard’s Sanders Theater last week with grumbling, complaint and a decidedly off-balanced gait.
Last week, the Mark Morris Dance Group performed five nights in the intimate setting of the Institute of Contemporary Art’s 325-seat theater.
Kevin Hart is a star and The Wedding Ringer is another film that further cements his abilities and talents to make audiences laugh.
An attorney and her two young kids find themselves in the clutches of a desperate maniac until the protective mother’s maternal and survival instincts kick into high gear.
Inherent Vice, a surreal whodunit far more concerned with recreating the feel of the post-Sixties’ daze of free-flowing drugs than with crafting a compelling crime thriller.
As delicate and strong as the actor in its lead role, Cicely Tyson, the wondrous Broadway production of Horton Foote’s classic American play, “Trip to Bountiful” is on stage through December 7 at the Emerson/Cutler Majestic Theatre in Boston.