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In isolation, theater couples entertain new ideas — and each other

Four Boston couples explain how they're surviving, adapting, and creating, all while maintaining their optimism about theater on the other side of the pandemic.

Gloucester Stage cancels summer season

The theater says it will suffer a $620,000 loss of revenue but that it would be able to "weather the storm."


Urbanity Dance is projecting pop-up dance videos, powered by car battery, onto Boston buildings

Urbanity Dance turned what was to have been their season finale performance into a multimedia piece they're projecting onto Boston buildings, using power from a car battery.


Shakespeare on the Common’s ‘Tempest’ faces stiff winds

With warnings about crowd sizes, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company looks at ways to ‘reimagine’ its free production


There’s no music on this playlist, just laughs

Here are a dozen bits to lighten your day.

‘Parade,’ ‘The Stone’ each grab three Elliot Norton awards in a virtual ceremony

This year, owing to the coronavirus pandemic, the 38th Elliot Norton Awards was a 52-minute livestreamed ceremony instead of the usual gala affair.


With ‘Home Office,’ a Boston couple concocts a workplace comedy from their tiny apartment

The five-minute episodes about living and working in close quarters loosely mirror "The Office."

How will the performing arts emerge from this crisis? Five leaders ponder the way forward

The BSO, Boston Ballet, Huntington, and others share their perspectives at a Globe roundtable.