The Boston Globe Book Club
Read “Cascade” by Maryanne O’Hara, selected by Globe readers to talk about throughout the summer.
“Moses(es),” performed by Reggie Wilson/Fist & Heel Performance Group at the Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, feels experimental and entirely new. By Sophie Flack
Anne Hathaway gets to speak her piece in “Shakespeare’s Will,’’ now at Shakespeare & Company. If only she had more interesting things to say. By Don Aucoin
The triple bill the Dance Theatre of Harlem is presenting at Jacob’s Pillow contains only one decent dance. By Janine Parker
In her latest novel, the veteran novelist writes about the struggles of a single mother in an English coastal town. By Daneet Steffens
If it’s a trend, a clip, a comment, a moment, a meme, a tag, or a topic, it’s a thing. A review of the week in things.
The coming-of-age film never overcomes its own adolescence.
The 20-year-old Vans Warped Tour, held Thursday at Xfinity Center in Mansfield, presents itself as a one-stop counterculture shop.
Samuel D. Hunter’s play, now at Williamstown Theatre Festival, is a flawed but affecting drama.
There are, of course, a number of snubs in this year’s long list of Emmy nominations. But there are a few pleasant surprises, too.
The book is an entertaining reminder of the days when fighting had the power to thrill the country and cause riots at the same time.
It appears the president may once more be staying in Chilmark during the first family’s annual summer sojourn on Martha’s Vineyard.
More than 300 giddy fans of the “Glee” star’s “The Land of Stories” series lined up to meet him.