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Staging History
  March 6, 1770 may not be a day that lives in infamy, but the previous day, March 5, was notorious for being the day of the Boston Massacre, one of the seminal events that lead to the Ameri
Coming Home
  Since the age of 4, Natick, Mass. native David Locke has devoted his life to gymnastics. He had been enchanted early on by the level of skill in Cirque du Soleil productions; his mother to
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
A 20th Season of Love
  Imagine making your Broadway debut in Jonathan Larson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning rock musical, Rent. And creating the role of the fiercely independent Joanne. Fredi Walker-Browne did just
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
Guide to Holiday Events
 It’s never too early to get in the yuletide spirit. Find that warm holiday glow at one of these seasonal spectaculars.  Boston Ballet’s The NutcrackerArtistic Director Mikko Nissinen’
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

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