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Wood is arresting in Bad Dates

Wood is arresting in Bad Dates

By Jules Becker | Feb 21
Bad Dates, Huntington Theatre Company, Boston, through March 3. 617-266-0800, 617-933-8600 and huntingtontheatre.org

Using art to ensure that culture endures

Using art to ensure that culture endures

Feb 21
Communities including Chinatown are increasingly seeing the value of designing and using public spaces to reflect the lives of their residents, express shared values and history, and strengthen the bonds between the people who use those spaces.

Hype is Rousing

Hype is Rousing

By Jules Becker | Feb 14
Hype Man, Company One, Plaza Theatre, Boston Center for the Arts, through February 24. 617-933-8600, bostontheatrescene.com and companyone.org

LandWave crashes

LandWave crashes

By Michele D. Maniscalco | Feb 8
Less than seven years since it was dedicated in the spring of 2011, the long, sloping, blue LandWave sculpture on Washington Street at Peters Park is being eyed for removal.

The push and pull of Road

The push and pull of Road

By Jules Becker | Jan 31
Road Show, Lyric Stage Company of Boston, through February 11. 617-585-5678 or lyricstage.com

Embracing Shakespeare

Embracing Shakespeare

By Jules Becker | Jan 24
Shakespeare in Love, SpeakEasy Stage Company, Wimberly Theatre, Calderwood Pavilion, Boston Center for the Arts, through February 16.

Mala is good to the core

Mala is good to the core

By Jules Becker | Jan 24
Mala, Arts Emerson production presented by Huntington Theatre Company at Roberts Theatre in Calderwood Pavilion, Boston Center for the Arts, through February 4. 617-933-8600 or bostontheatrescene.com

Another Chekhov Gem

Another Chekhov Gem

By Jules Becker | Jan 17
Three Sisters, Apollinaire Theatre Company Chelsea, through January 21, with evening and matinee performances on the closing day. 617-887-2336 or apollinairetheatre.com

Art contest to kick-off Black History Month in Boston

Jan 17
Mayor Martin J. Walsh today in partnership with the Mayor's Office of Diversity, Arts and Culture, Boston Public Schools and media partner Boston25 announced an open call for student artists to submit artwork...

MFA honors Dr. King with open house

MFA honors Dr. King with open house

By Michele D. Maniscalco | Jan 17
Residents stood in long lines in the snow throughout the day on Monday, January 15 to take part in the Museum of Fine Art's Open House in commemoration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, which was free and open to the public.

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