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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
Common Cause
 After a one-year hiatus, Outside the Box returns with a second helping of music, dance, theater and more. This performing arts festival that debuted in 2013 offers a free showcase for hundreds o
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
Crying Uncle
 After Christopher Durang’s uproarious comedy Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike made its Broadway debut in 2013, it took home the coveted Tony Award for Best Play. Now it makes its Hub premie
King of the Stage
 You haven’t truly experienced Disney’s The Lion King (refer to listing, page 22) until you’ve seen Simba, Scar and Rafiki sing and dance their way across the Serengeti live on stage. The n
Calendar of Events

A two-week primer on Boston's best events

Boston happily plays host to many talented musical performers and groundbreaking theatrical acts, and the next two weeks see some real crowd-pleasers. We've got groovy chart-topping classics, a Grammy Award-winner, and a magical mix of stage shows featuring vampires, the Brothers Grimm, and mysterious goddess-worshipping islands.
New Broadway in Boston season announced

Lions and Mammas and Newsies, oh my

Broadway in Boston announced its 2014–2015 season Monday. The lineup includes two movies-turned-musicals, two music-tribute shows, and two Tony winners, straight off their Broadway run and making their first visits to Boston.
Backstage Pass: February 2014 Theater News
BroadwayWorld Boston recently announced the winners of its 2013 Theater Awards, as voted by the public. The American Repertory Theater dominated the competition with awards for Pippin (Best Actress in a Musical Rachel Bay Jones, Best Costume Design, Best Musical, and more), All the Way (Best Actor Bryan Cranston, Best New Play, pictured) and The Glass Menagerie (Best Actress in a Play Celia Keenan-Bolger, Best Director John Tiffany, Best Sound Design).

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