One could easily consume Don DeLillo’s “Point Omega” in a single sitting.
The adage "write what you know" is one of the most well-worn pieces of advice in the old literary playbook. For Jeff Bowen and Hunter Bell, the creators of the musical "[title of show]”—which runs through February 13 at the Boston Center for the Arts— this saying became the playbook.
Part moral inquiry, part love story, and primarily ridiculous, “Bat Boy: The Musical” does not fail to entertain with its tragically comic and campy story of acceptance.
Arts execs take a break from ranking Radiohead vs. Spoon to rank... whatever they feel like.
Supportive venues help burlesque troops give modern audiences what they want
HRDC's latest Loeb Ex production "Attempts on Her Life" explores the painful awareness of internal and external contradictions as centered on the fluid character of “Anne.”
As the film cut to black at the end of the screening of Israeli filmmaker Avi Mograbi’s “Z32” on Sunday,
With a name like “The Donkey Show,” it should be unsurprising that an appropriate adjective to describe Diane Paulus’ inaugural
Brothers Charles and Henry Greene have a most appropriate surname. Their work—currently the focus of “A New and Native Beauty:
Soft-core porn has rarely been as wonderfully unsexy as in Filipino director Brillante Mendoza’s thoroughly engaging drama “Serbis.” Rather than
If you’ve still got the acrid taste in your mouth from when gasoline prices were at an all-time high or
In 2009, we will usher in a new era of American history. Not only will there be a black President
For decades, Hollywood has been the Mecca of the American film industry, while Boston has remained a city with more
Separating fact from fiction can be a difficult balancing act, but playwright Anne Washburn has impressively smudged that division, leaving