Nina Chanel Abney is making her Boston debut. Her mural is on display on the Sandra and Gerald Fineberg Art Wall at the ICA.
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.
LAB’s latest creation, A Story Beyond, borrows from folklore around the world to spin a tale of trial and redemption. The story begins with its young heroine, Maya, in an enchanted village with the tradition of storytelling woven deep into its roots.
Alpharaoh uses nothing but a few stools, a hat, and a jacket as props as he leads the audience through his life as an undocumented immigrant in the United States. As an adult, Alpharaoh hears about a new program started by the Obama administration: DACA.
The musical ‘Fun Home,’ based on Alison Bechdel’s best-selling memoir by the same name, layers moments of consequence with lighter flashbacks to the main character Alison’s childhood.
The play depicts the interrogation of Sophie Scholl, a German student arrested for distributing anti-Nazi leaflets produced by the White Rose. The narrative strives to explore the difficulties that arise during wartime, but ultimately comes too close to humanizing the Nazi over the revolutionary.
‘True pearl: an opera in five tapestries’ was inspired by and written about the five 16th-century Flemish tapestries from the workshop of Jan Moy that have been on display at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum since 1914. The opera is a key component of the museum’s latest exhibit, ‘Common Threads: Weaving Stories Across Time.’
The international exhibit “Lest We Forget,” came to Boston on Tuesday, placing 60 portraits of Holocaust survivors along the sidewalks of the Common.