A weekly calendar of literary events. an hour ago
A rich cast of characters makes for a “quietly glorious” debut from novelist De’Shawn Charles Winslow. 2 hours ago
Director Lee Mikeska Gardner and an extraordinary cast deliver a first-class production of Caryl Churchill’s 1979 play about colonialism, oppression, sexual politics, and power. 2 hours ago
Newton-born novelist Ottessa Moshfegh’s bestseller arrives in paperback this week 2 hours ago
The story line follows an 11-year-old boy starting middle school who has a social anxiety disorder. Cue Dude, a mutt who serves as Noah’s emotional support dog. 2 hours ago
The singer’s latest video has her once again discombobulating the culture. 2 hours ago
Local film events. 3 hours ago
A show in which circus performers appear in a clown’s memories features the breathtaking aerial feats Cirque is known for. 3 hours ago
A preview of the documentary “Framing John DeLorean.” 3 hours ago
The miniseries projects the next 15 years — depicting an ugly brand of politics and how those politics affect the daily lives of one close-knit family. 4:35 p.m.
Lord, the former music director of Boston Lyric Opera and a major opera figure nationwide, has resigned from positions in Detroit and St. Louis and withdrawn from planned performances. 4:14 p.m.
The singer comes to the Cabot in Beverly for a show that will draw from her deep catalog. 3:34 p.m.
Your seasonal calendar of events, music, theater, and more. 3:11 p.m.
At last — some contemporary alternatives to those played-out favorites. 2:49 p.m.
Current documentary movies. 2:43 p.m.
The director talks about his “first light romantic comedy,” “Yesterday.” 2:05 p.m.