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‘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.

Cube & Cole back in ‘Barber Shop’

Ice Cube and Deon Cole speak about returning to film star in the latest Barber Shop film” ‘The Next Cut’.

Documentary revisits 1948 flood that wiped out Oregon City

The Wake of Vanport is a very moving documentary featuring archival photographs of the Memorial Day disaster in which a flood wiped out the Oregon city, as well as the wistful remembrances of a number of survivors

‘Bootycandy’ bursts onto Boston Stage

Robert O’Hara’s Bootycandy, playing at SpeakEasy stage until April 9, strikes a rare harmony between cultural criticism and entertainment. The New England premiere of this groundbreaking production reveals the playwright’s experience growing up black and gay in a series of ...

Poet’s Theatre production honors Nobel Prize-winning performer

Italian man of theater Dario Fo celebrated his 90th birthday on March 24, and in Boston as well as in major cities throughout the world, fans held theater festivals and academic symposia in his honor. Boston’s celebration of Fo’s birthday ...

GMC Yukon Denali XL

The first thing one notices about the GMC Yukon Denali XL is its size. Not only can you fit anything you need into the Denali, you can also pack plenty of people. It’s practically a party bus.

Lisa Dwan performs trilogy of plays by Beckett

At the Emerson/Paramount Mainstage in Boston last week, ArtsEmerson presented “Not I/Footfalls/Rockaby,” a trilogy of three short plays by Samuel Beckett. This celebrated production envelops the audience into the same darkness that engulfs each play’s character, a lone woman performed ...

Alvin Ailey performs at Wang Theatre

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater came to Boston last week, performing an array of traditional and new works in five shows at Citi Performing Arts Center Wang Theatre.

2017 Kia Sportage

The CUV (Compact Utility Vehicle) market is heating up because of consumers who need extra cargo space but don’t want to purchase a gas-guzzler. In fact, CUV sales are up 18 percent while sales for the Sportage are up 25 ...

‘We must live…’

The grave and beautiful production of Anton Chekhov’s play “The Three Sisters,” by the Maly Drama Theatre of St. Petersburg, Russia, suited the Cutler Majestic Theatre in Boston, where ArtsEmerson hosted the company’s five performances last week.

‘Barbed’: A South African artist confronts the post-Apartheid world

Jocelyn Chemel’s Barbed, up at the Mayor’s Neighborhood Gallery in City Hall until Sunday, February 28, deals with the injustice she witnessed growing up in apartheid South Africa and the path to a safer tomorrow.

Berklee College of Music honors Fisk Jubilee Singers with tribute at Symphony Hall

Celebrating Fisk University’s 150th anniversary and the Fisk Jubilee Singers legacy in African-American music, Berklee College of Music presented a program of music and readings Sunday evening entitled “The Fisk Jubilee Singers at Symphony Hall: A Tribute by Berklee College ...