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Amazon project would deliver two new theaters to the Seaport

A smaller black box venue is also part of the city and developer’s plans to enhance the cultural life of the district.


What President Biden can do to save the arts

Having someone in the Oval Office who views culture as essential gives arts leaders hope. Now they want to see the president step up.

Actor Denis O’Hare on ‘King Lear,’ Trump, and the one role he never wants to play again

The versatile O'Hare will be appearing in “The Actor’s Craft," an online series hosted by Commonwealth Shakespeare Company.


Boston Ballet revisits Yakobson gems and previews new work for spring

"Look Back, Focus Forward" is the third offering of Boston Ballet's "BB@YourHome" virtual season.


The wide boundaries of ‘Our Town’

In Howard Sherman’s new book, "Another Day’s Begun," more than 100 actors and directors describe their journeys of discovery in Thornton Wilder’s 1938 classic.


Theater leaders lean into 2021 with plenty of programming and a measure of optimism

Audio plays, online productions, and outdoor shows are all in the works as Boston theaters come up with creative solutions for a locked-down community.

For some arts venues, a lifeline

Save Our Stages money included in the government’s COVID relief package buoys the hopes of local theaters and clubs.