We Like to Watch: Summer TV preview
The dancer is preparing a solo show for its world premiere June 20-22 at Jacob’s Pillow, where she made her debut in 1953.
On July 4, the Williamstown institute reopens after a new building and renovation project that cost over $100 million.
Patrons of Gloucester Stage Company who have clamored for “Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris’’ are getting their wish.
The program that the Emerson String Quartet will bring to Ozawa Hall is unprecedented.
With a honky-tonk heart and a rock ’n’ roll spirit, the rising star in alternative country comes to Great Scott on June 25.
To mark the 60th anniversary, the festival has expanded to three full days.
Noura Mint Seymali’s group plays rock-inspired takes on traditional songs built around an ancient modal system that defines Mauritanian music.
Critics’ picks for noteworthy events in Boston and the surrounding area this week.
Robert Moeller imagines a vigorous Detroit saved by art, Bear Kirkpatrick endows steely portraits with mythic aspects, and Christina Pitsch invokes charms.