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Are you ready to dance again?

Cambridge's Dance Complex and other studios open their doors for classes again, as part of Phase 3 reopening plans in Massachusetts

In Chelsea, a Latino theater company makes its debut

Teatro Chelsea hopes to stage full productions in 2021.

U.K. announces $2 billion bailout to help keep the arts afloat during pandemic

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in a statement that the money would “help safeguard the sector for future generations, ensuring art groups and venues across the U.K. can stay afloat and support their staff whilst their doors remain closed and curtains remain down.”

On its way from Broadway to the big screen, ‘Hamilton’ took a detour to your living room

Rather than wait out the pandemic, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Disney+ made a deal.

Choreographer Helen Pickett creates a trio of new pieces for furloughed Boston Ballet dancers

Pickett was to have been featured in Boston Ballet's now officially canceled 'Carmen' program. Her new "Home Studies" series can be seen on Boston Ballet's site.

What racism in theater looks like, and how to dismantle it

In a Globe roundtable, four leading figures explore how to create an anti-racist future onstage and behind the scenes.

Helen Pickett's "Home Studies" Solo

Choreographer Helen Pickett created three new dances for her project "Home Studies" for furloughed Boston Ballet dancers. My’Kal Stromile performs this solo.

Boston comics return to their roots to celebrate Barry Crimmins and the Ding Ho

Steven Wright, Paula Poundstone, Bobcat Goldthwait, Denis Leary, and many others are scheduled to appear in the online reunion.