Latest Fall Arts Preview 2016 headlines

Jenny Lewis is celebrating the 10th anniversary of her album “Rabbit Fur Coat.”

Fall arts preview

Jenny Lewis puts back on her ‘Rabbit Fur Coat’

On a tour celebrating the tenth anniversary of one of her most acclaimed albums, indie-rock icon Jenny Lewis honors the past while charging ahead.

Denzel Washington and Viola Davis in “Fences.”

This fall, Hollywood is in the midst of an identity crisis

This fall’s movie releases take on a range of topics, but should cinema call our attention to problems or entertain our attention away from them?

David Kaplan, curator and cofounder of the Province-town Tennessee Williams Festival.

Fall arts preview

Provincetown festival explores connections between Williams, O’Neill

Two giants of the American stage who had more in common than meets the eye.

Jane Bunnett & Maqueque are coming to the Regattabar this fall.

Fall Arts Preview

Jazz picks

Top jazz concert picks from Jon Garelick for fall 2016.

La Yegros perform with Las Cafeteras in November at Villa Victoria Center for the Arts.

Fall Arts Preview

World music picks

Top world music shows for fall 2016.

Usher’s eighth album, “Hard II Love,” is due Sept. 16.

Fall arts preview

Album picks

Lady Gaga, Usher, Kenny Chesney, and more: the biggest albums coming in fall 2016.

An exhibit at the Museum of Science’s “Da Vinci — the Genius” show.

Fall arts preview

Exploring the inventions of da Vinci, the original Renaissance man

Art meets physics meets hands-on exploration at the Museum of Science this fall with a new exhibit called “Da Vinci – the Genius.”

 Fado singer Mariza.

fall arts preview

Portuguese star finds new level of instrospection

“I became a mother, and when my son was born, he almost died,” said Mariza of the source of her inspiration and desire for a simple life.

Sia performs with Miguel at the TD Garden on Oct. 18.

Pop Music

Pop music picks

Maura Johnston selects top pop, rock, country, and hip-hop music shows for fall 2016.

Morgan Knibbe’s “Those Who Feel the Fire Burning” focuses on tragedies faced by displaced people seeking refuge.

Doc Talk

Documentary festivals from Maine to the MFA

This fall a wide range of subjects are being screened.

From left: Katherine Waterston, Eddie Redmayne, Alison Sudol, and Dan Fogler in “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.”

Fall arts preview

IN BLACK AND WHITE (AND COLOR, TOO)

Race figures in a number of major fall releases.

Pam Grier in “Coffy.”

SCENE HERE

How the fall festivals and repertory are shaping up

A look at this fall’s film events in Greater Boston.

“The fact that I’m able to have a sort of renaissance at 25 is something else,” says singer JoJo.

fall arts preview

At just 25, JoJo is a pop star reborn

The Foxborough-raised JoJo is having a renaissance with her third album, “Mad Love.”

Darcy James Argue and his 18-piece Secret Society have a new album, “Real Enemies.”

Fall arts preview

The paranoid style in American jazz music

A new contemporary jazz orchestra piece by Darcy James Argue, “Real Enemies,” is inspired by American conspiracy theories.

fall arts preview

Curl up with a new book this fall. There are a lot of good ones.

We’re looking forward to upcoming fall books for a lot of reasons.

Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus brings “Circus Xtreme” to TD Garden Oct. 13-16.

Fall Arts Preview

Family entertainment picks

Critic’s picks highlight attractions for kids of all ages this autumn.

Calixto Bieito’s “Carmen” is coming to the Opera House.

Fall Arts Preview

Finding in ‘Carmen’ a mirror of the now

Director Calixto Bieito brings an iconoclastic production of the Bizet classic to the Opera House, where no professional opera has been heard since 1991.

Erica Cornejo and Roddy Doble at a rehearsal for “Le Corsaire.”

Fall Arts Preview

Boston Ballet presents a ‘Corsaire’ for the modern day

Choreographer Ivan Liška’s update of the Romantic classic gets its North American premiere with Boston Ballet, starting Oct. 27.

BSO artistic partner Thomas Ades conducts the orchestra Nov. 3-5.

Fall Arts Preview

Notable classical music and opera performances this fall

A selection of notable classical music and opera performances taking place this fall.

Last year’s HUBweek featured an event titled “Making Robotics Fly.”

Fall Arts Preview

At three festivals, arts and ideas abound

On tap this month and next: the Copenhagen Beer Celebration, HUBweek, and ArtWeek Boston.

“The Young Orphan” will be in the MFA’s William Merritt Chase exhibit.

Fall Arts Preview

Picks for notable art exhibitions in New England this fall

Sebastian Smee’s picks for notable art exhibitions in New England this fall.

Garen Scribner and Sara Esty star in “An American in Paris” at the Citi Wang Theatre from Oct. 25-Nov. 6.

Fall Arts Preview

Your guide to this fall’s theater productions

Globe theater critic Don Aucoin’s guide to fall productions, including “Tiger Style!,’’ “Mala,’’ “The Scottsboro Boys,’’ and “An American in Paris.’

Ashley Bryan’s “He Made Their Glowing Colors, He Made Their Tiny Wings”

Putting together the deCordova biennial

Curators Jennifer Gross and Sarah Montross crisscross the six-state region.

Margo Price will perform Nov. 11 at Brighton Music Hall.

Fall Arts Preview

Country music picks

Top picks for country and folk shows in fall 2016.