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All Hail the Queen
 The Boston Pops has hosted many luminaries over its 132-year history, yet opening night may be the first time they’ve welcomed royalty to Symphony Hall—rap royalty, that is
Red-headed Heroine
 One of musical theater’s most beloved characters—not to mention one of the most relentlessly positive songs ever, “Tomorrow”—returns to the Boch Center’s Wang Theatre stage
Color Your World
Just as the arrival of spring signals an explosion of color, so too does the current exhibit Matisse in the Studio at the Museum of Fine Arts
Beauty in Motion
Few fairy tales are as timeless as The Sleeping Beauty, and few ballets are as magical—or as popular—as Marius Petipa’s 1890 staging based on the classic story
Bohemian Rhapsody
Photo: Carol Rosegg Rent—the landmark, Pulitzer Prize-winning musical by the late Jonathan Larson that was inspired by Puccini’s opera La Bohème—continues its 20th anniversary tour at the
Run for Glory
The 121st annual Boston Marathon, the oldest annually contested race of its kind in the world, once again takes to the streets of Boston and points west
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