Upcoming concerts, shows, performances in theater, music, dance, art, and television.
Here are ways to get out of your home and not be bored in the city this weekend.
Casey Sherman is looking for local actors to read for his Derek Sanderson biopic.
The US premiere of a musical based on works by Pushkin and Tchaikovsky adds up to much less than the sum of its parts.
The Washington, D.C.-based band, fronted by Mary Timony, serves up colorful scoops of garage-glam jams.
Siddharth Choudhary, who grew up in India, creates punchy digital drawings that reflect how places intersect in our psyches.
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We’ll get to see how Annie Wilkes turned into an ankle-busting superfan. Lizzy Caplan, from “Masters of Sex,” will play the young Annie.
Jason Clarke and Alexander Skarsgard costar in the adaptation of Rhidian Brook’s book.
From the heartbreaking to the holy, “Plastic Entanglements: Ecology, Aesthetics, Materials” and “Konstantin Simun: The Sacred in the Profane” explore the medium.
The third album of its trilogy is finally complete, and the band will celebrate that milestone with shows in Portland and Somerville.
In his biographical one-man show, “Poly-Theist,” comic Brett Johnson describes his religious upbringing and conventional marriage, until it wasn’t.
Chinese director Jia Zhang-Ke’s latest film follows the bitter romance between a tough-minded woman and a weak-willed mobster.
The Columbia Journalism School and the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard announced the awards Wednesday.
For the first time, the Charles River Conservancy’s City Splash event and the Charles River Swimming Club’s 1-mile swim will be held on the same day.
Andre Williams, an R&B singer and songwriter who co-wrote “Shake A Tail Feather” and performed across musical genres, died. He was 82.
The “Mad Men” star will play a “brilliant but paranoid” tech guru in a pilot for Fox.
Just before the premiere of her new Netflix stand-up special “Growing,” comedian Amy Schumer wrote a heartfelt Instagram post thanking everyone involved, including husband Chris Fischer.
The general manager for radio and local news joined WGBH a decade ago.
The author of ‘‘There There,’’ the most honored literary debut of 2018, will be honored at an April 7 ceremony at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.
The 54-year-old talk show host tearfully revealed the information Tuesday to her TV audience.
Patti Smith, the legendary singer-songwriter and punk rock poet, is scheduled to perform at the Orpheum Theatre on Friday, April 26.
Talk show host Stephen Colbert has postponed what was supposed to be a surprise visit to New Zealand following the terrorist attack that killed 50 people.
The country stars will visit the home of the Patriots in August.
“Something was taking root in the streets of Boston,” he said on the History Channel’s “American Pickers.”
Mr. Brebner had early success in Jonathan Richman & the Modern Lovers and Robin Lane & the Chartbusters before chopping out a path for his own music.
Robert Gentile maintained Monday that he knows nothing about the still-unsolved theft from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. The heist took place 29 years ago today.
The offer is in effect for the remaining two weeks of the show’s run at the Huntington Avenue Theatre.
Is hot yoga TB12-approved?
Warner Bros. chief Kevin Tsujihara is one of the highest ranking executives to be felled by sexual misconduct allegations.
Fox News says it has hired former Democratic National Committee chief Donna Brazile as a political commentator.
“They’re coming right onto the street, they can’t contain it,” a visibly delighted McGregor said in a video clip from the parade posted to his official Instagram account.
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Globe critic Matthew Gilbert’s guide to the week in TV.
The comedian tackled the good and the bad of Internet pile-ons with help from one of the most famous targets of negative public attention.
Mr. Dale was born in Boston. His pounding, blaringly loud power-chord instrumentals earned him the title King of the Surf Guitar.
“Captain Marvel” has continued to dominate the global box office in its second weekend in theaters, leaving newcomers in the dust.
A week after Gerstein premiered Adès’s new piano concerto, the two played a duo-piano recital.
His “UNTITLED_I will be there when you die” deploys four jugglers in a perpetual-motion meditation where time never stops; neither do the performers.
The Sudbury native has partnered with Boston-area organization Christopher’s Haven, which provides temporary housing for families of children receiving cancer treatment at local hospitals.
Why did nobody prepare me for the heartbreak of my son finishing the books?
The latest racist massacre makes one thing clear: The Internet, this thing we all built together, has gotten away from us.
Mr. Merwin evolved through a wide range of styles as he celebrated nature, condemned war and industrialism, and reached for the elusive past.
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A review of the week online.
It comes as a somber synchronicity that the composer, pianist, and conductor died two weeks ago at the age of 89; one couldn’t have planned a more suitable memorial.
Gunn had been fired months ago over old tweets.
After more than 30 years of speculation, Stephen King and Peter Straub’s novel, “The Talisman,” is finally hitting the big screen.
J.B. Priestley’s 1945 drama as revived by director Stephen Daldry offers a biting criticism of capitalist hypocrisy and class divisions, disguised at first as an Edwardian mystery.
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Douglas’s “Romancing the Stone,” “The Jewel of the Nile,” and “The War of the Roses” costar joins the Golden Globe-winning comedy series to play his character’s ex-wife.