The orchestra highlighted the sprightly stylistic and structural innovations of Jean Sibelius’s Symphony No. 3 in C major, Op. 52.
After a long career in Europe, choreographer William Forsythe created a piece for Boston Ballet called “Playlist (EP),” the first work he has choreographed for a North American company in almost 30 years.
Each musical and dance performance was an intimate conversation between the two sides of the hyphenated Desi-American identity.
Director Bianca I. Rodriguez hopes the audience will come away with a deeply empathetic understanding of these characters and the Latinx experience at large.
The story subverts itself, becoming a tale about what it means to be writing about three Korean sea women as a Korean-Canadian Manhattanite.
Grounded around a beautifully wistful flamenco-esque tune, "Troubadours" undergoes a series of transformations that are transportative and reflectionary.
Hedge-fund manager David E. Goel ’93 and Stacey L. Goel donated $100 million to Harvard for an arts research and performance space in Allston, the University announced Thursday.
“This is the South Asian Association,” Rana said. "We really want to show that it’s not an Indocentric show.”
"The conversations American theater is having about diversity are fantastic. At the same time, international artists rarely seem to come into the picture," Chen said.
Oregon Shakespeare Festival's "Othello" at the A.R.T. replaces the usual Renaissance Venice with a more lugubrious, yet modern American city (with the opening scenes taking place outside of a seedy nightclub) and Renaissance Cyprus with a village whose sand-toned architecture is reminiscent of the Middle East.
The Nederlands Dans Theater (NDT) 2, one of the world’s most celebrated contemporary dance companies, arrived at the Boch Center in Boston for two performances on Jan. 26 and 27.
Though the Boston Ballet’s “The Nutcracker” runs annually in December, it did not fail to impress with its energy and high production value on its opening night on Nov. 29.