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Stepping Up
 Two decades into its reign as the supreme showcase of Irish step dancing, Riverdance once again returns to Boston’s Wang Theatre May 10–15 as part of its 20th anniversary world tour. In cele
Sister Act
 A rare opportunity for American theatergoers takes place at the Emerson/Cutler Majestic Theatre March 2–6 when ArtsEmerson presents a touring production of one of Anton Chekhov’s most well-k
The Circus Comes to Town
 The home-grown, Tony Award-winning Broadway hit Pippin returns to town February 2–14. Taking the stage at the Boston Opera House, this acclaimed revival got its start at Cambridge’s American
Two Decades and Counting
 For the 20th year, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company brings its Free Shakespeare on the Common production to the heart of America’s oldest public park, Boston Common. Setting up near the Parkma
Free For All
     Boston is one lucky city. It’s not every day when a local philanthropist/entrepreneur believes so deeply in his city and its arts agenda that he invests millions to get his point
Wherever They May Roam
 By now, Bostonians are familiar with the near-annual sight of the blue and yellow tent of the famed Canadian performing outfit Cirque du Soleil. Those not spying that colorful, temporary structu
Get in the Swing
 Take a trip back to the heyday of Big Band jazz when the 1940s musical revue In the Mood (refer to listing, page 17) returns to Boston. A big hit when it came to the Emerson Majestic in the hist
The Phantom of the Boston Opera House

A new masquerade comes to the Theatre District

Premiering in the U.K. in 2012, super-producer Cameron Mackintosh’s new version of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera was, as expected, a record-breaking hit. Now that the blockbuster musical has embarked on a U.S. tour, it was inevitable that it would stop at Boston’s own lush and lavish Opera House in the Theatre District.
Q&A: John Kuntz of SpeakEasy's The Whale
Speakeasy Stage Company’s next production is a big one—in more ways than one. Starting on March 7, they’re staging Samuel D. Hunter’s The Whale, a tragicomedy about a morbidly obese man making one last desperate attempt to connect with his teenage daughter. We chatted with the star of the show, John Kuntz, about smells, prosthetics and the fat suit.

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