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Huntington’s ‘Yerma’ speaks the language of one woman’s obsession

Melinda Lopez has tried to capture the heightened emotions of the title character’s quest to have a child in her translation of Federico García Lorca’s play.

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In Russian or English, Arlekin Players hope audiences feel the weight of ‘The Stone’

The play about three generations of Germans who over time inhabit the same home will be staged in both Russian and English.

Stage Review

In ‘The Ebonic Woman,’ a superhero confronts a villain — and he sure looks familiar

The latest musical sendup by Ryan Landry and the Gold Dust Orphans delivers a biting portrait of President Trump.

Kathleen Breen Combes to retire from Boston Ballet, become executive director of Festival Ballet Providence

The principal dancer has earned acclaim from Boston to New York and London.

Stage Review

A journey through history and myth in ‘black odyssey boston’

Marcus Gardley’s play, an Afrocentric reimagining of Homer’s epic poem, is being presented at Central Square Theater.

A dancer’s rhapsody for strong women

Boston Ballet principal dancer Paulo Arrais has choreographed a new piece that he hopes will generate conversation about gender inequality in the #MeToo era.

With ‘We Live in Cairo,’ Boylston’s Lazour brothers are at the biggest stage of their career

Patrick and Daniel Lazour had a knack for writing musicals back in high school; now they’re poised for their professional breakthrough at the ART just a decade later.

Bobcat Goldthwait and Dana Gould share a stage, and a history

The comics who both came through the Boston comedy scene unite for “The Show With Two Heads at the Somerville Theatre.