Photography review

Elegies for the American Indian

The photogravures in “Edward S. Curtis: The North American Indian 1907-1930” include “Cheyenne Warriors.”

“Edward S. Curtis: The North American Indian 1907-1930” at Endicott College celebrates an epic photographic achievement.

Celebration spotlights Provincetown Players

Four short plays — two of which were produced by the Provincetown Players in summer 1915 — will be presented at the Provincetown Theater in July.

A “Blood Wedding” rehearsal at PORT Park in Chelsea.


‘Blood Wedding’ gets new outdoor setting from Apollinaire Theatre

Apollinaire Theatre Company’s annual free outdoor theater production is Federico Garcia Lorca’s “Blood Wedding,” presented in collaboration with Escena Latina Teatro.

Laugh Lines: Dan Boulger

Boulger tells us a joke.

behind the scene

A concession-stand sculpture at Mass MoCA

Paying homage to festivals, fairs, and migratory attractions, the art collective SuttonBeresCuller created “Big Top Grand Stand,” now mounted at Mass MoCA.

Stage Review

At Chester, three versions of the ‘Gospel’ truth

Chester Theatre Company puts Jefferson, Dickens, and Tolstoy on stage, sort of.

Stage Review

A bumpy journey of self-discovery in ‘Out of Sterno’

Amanda Collins excels as a young woman who ventures out of her apartment after seven years in Gloucester Stage Company’s newest production.

Top ‘Tonight Show’ writer Jon Rineman works hard at being funny

N.H. native and Emerson grad Jon Rineman, head monologue writer for “The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon” is honing his stand-up routine.

British comedian Russell Howard discovering America

Howard is happy to work in smaller venues and explore the United States.

Special section

summer arts preview

// The best of upcoming arts events

Critics suggest where you should go, what you should see, who you should hear, and what you should be reading this summer.


//[1].jpg Week ahead: Music, theater, art, and more

Critics’ picks for noteworthy events in Boston and the surrounding area this week.

Local galleries


// Philip Guston’s influence assessed at Steven Zevitas Gallery

The influence of Guston, who in the late 1960s abandoned Abstract Expressionism for angry, neurotic, and cartoonish images, is assessed.