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Soul and Stanzas Brings Sam Trump and Harold Green to the Gardner

On Sept. 26, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (ISG) hosted the latest installation of its new music series, Thursdays Live. A collection of jazz, hip-hop, R&B, and spoken word performances, it brought to Boston two Chicago-based performers, Sam Trump and Harold Green. With a ukulele, a bongo, a synthesizer, a trumpet, and his voice, Trump…

‘Choir Boy’ Comes to Boston
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‘Choir Boy’ Comes to Boston

Choir Boy, in its first post-Broadway production and New England premier, brings the hallowed halls of the fictional Charles R. Drew Prep School, an elite academy dedicated to instilling excellence in young black men, to Speakeasy Stage Company in Boston.

MFA Announces Plans to Celebrate 150th Anniversary
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MFA Announces Plans to Celebrate 150th Anniversary

“The MFA’s 150th anniversary is a moment to honor our past and, more critically, anticipate our future. The Museum was founded with a spirit of generosity and belief in the power of art and artists—values that remain among the pillars of today’s MFA,” said Matthew Teitelbaum

‘Hello, Dolly!’ Brings Broadway Beauty to Boston
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‘Hello, Dolly!’ Brings Broadway Beauty to Boston

Bringing romance, comedy, and late 19th century New York to Boston, Hello, Dolly! brightens the Boston night and lifts the spirit of theatre goers as they revel in its beauty.  Broadway in Boston brought the 2019 Hello, Dolly! tour to Boston from Aug. 13 to 25, starring Tony Award-winning actress Betty Buckley as the leading…

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