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Don Aucoin

Aucoin is the Globe's theater critic and a coauthor of "Last Lion: The Fall and Rise of Ted Kennedy.'' He has received numerous awards for his work, which has covered everything from television to politics to the Catholic Church’s abuse scandal.

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‘Hamilton’ leads Tony pack with 16 nominations

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“Waitress,” which premiered last year at Cambridge’s American Repertory Theater, was also nominated as best musical.

Stage Review

A family’s complex legacy explored in ArtsEmerson’s ‘Daughter of a Cuban Revolutionary’

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Marissa Chibas stars in an engrossing and moving solo show about her father, her mother, her uncle — and herself.

The Ticket: Theater

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Don Aucoin’s guide to area productions, including “Daughter of a Cuban Revolutionary,’’ “Mr. Burns, a post-electric play,’’ and “Sholom Aleichem: A Family Puppet Show.’’

Stage REview

A musical sendup of Helen Keller — and Mama Rose — in Landry’s ‘Legally Blind’

By , Globe Staff

There are some delectably funny moments, but the playwright-performer’s latest show does not deliver a consistent electric charge.