One of the reasons audiences and funders love Kyle Abraham’s work is that the layered landscapes of his dances resonate with the fraught conditions outside the theatre.
After a 35+ year run, writers for the paper learned today that the Providence Phoenix will be shutting its doors after next week’s issue.
Fiber takes on two key aesthetic ideas — gravity and the grid — and one major sociological one, the way fiber arts were created and exhibited as part of a larger feminist agenda.
To my mind, with Assembly of the Souls, composer Eitan Steinberg is working in Pulitzer contention territory.
On September 21, giant author puppets will be on parade in Mansfield, CT.
The centennial of the author of Make Way For Ducklings is being celebrated with a series of lectures by scholar Leonard S. Marcus.
It’s important for there to be funds, curators, institutions, and audiences for art that can speak truth to power in unconstrained ways.
The pleasures of Joni Mitchell: In Her Own Words are the pleasures of being a fly on the wall.
Doug Elkins’ take on Othello is entirely of our era, when domestic abuse is finally a public discussion and a complex story of betrayal can be conveyed with pop culture efficiency.
There is now an online “sonic census” of puppetry in the greater Boston area.