In Spamilton, Hamilton works best as a vehicle to take stock of contemporary Broadway theatre and culture. It reminds the audience of theatre dorks that though Miranda might write like it’s “going out of style,” Broadway’s never been hotter and is only getting more extravagant.
J.P. Licks, the Boston-area ice cream shop, hosts visiting artists who apply to have their work hung up at the various locations throughout the city. On Wednesday, the J.P. Licks in Brookline, Mass. held a reception for its newest artist, Stephanie Cohen.
Massachusetts native Elinor Lipman read from her fourteenth book, “Good Riddance, at Brookline Booksmith Thursday night.
Lucas Hnath’s ‘A Doll’s House, Part 2’ picks up the story 15 years after Ibsen’s ‘A Doll’s House.’ Nora returns to the home, and the family, that she left.
Nikita Mndoyants introduces the Gardner’s Weekend Concert Series with four intense pieces.
The exhibit Graciela Iturbide’s Mexico, featuring the Mexican photographer’s work, opened at the Museum of Fine Arts (Boston) on Saturday and runs until May 12. The artist employs photography to deliver insight about the what she sees as both the unique and the contradictory nature of life in Mexico.
The End of TV blurs the lines between reality and media using acting, puppetry, and screens. The show follows Flo, who suffers from dementia, and Louise, Flo’s Meals on Wheels driver.
When a girls soccer team takes to the stage in the Lyric Stage Company of Boston’s production of ‘The Wolves,’ their adolescence becomes human.