Mass 1971

Opened: September 5, 1971
Closing: unknown

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World Premieres & More Set for 2024-25 Kennedy Center Dance Season
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 23, 2024

The 2024-25 Kennedy Center Dance season has been revealed! See full programming and learn how to purchase tickets.

The Kitchen to Present the World Premiere of Sacha Yanow's UNCLE! in February
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 22, 2024

Sacha Yanow's 'Uncle!' at The Kitchen is a world premiere set to be presented in February and March.

National Sawdust Reveals Winter/Spring 2024 Season Featuring Multidisciplinary Works & More
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 5, 2023

National Sawdust has revealed its Winter/Spring 2024 season. Learn how to purchase tickets!

What's New on Max This December 2023
by Michael Major - Nov 27, 2023

Stream Original Comedy Specials “Leo Reich: Literally Who Cares?!” For HBO And “Gary Gulman: Born on 3rd Base” For Max, Max Original Documentary “Oprah and The Color Purple Journey,” HBO Original Documentary Series “Murder in Boston: Roots, Rampage & Reckoning,” and more. Check out what's coming to Max and leaving Max in December 2023.

Review: COMPANY at Blumenthal Performing Arts
by Perry Tannenbaum - Nov 27, 2023

Injecting diversity, switching genders pell-mell, and even gifting us with a gay couple, Marianne Elliott's overhaul of Stephen Sondheim's COMPANY isn't more illuminating or revelatory than the 1970 original. But the horseplay and the gay wedding-day shenanigans are wildly entertaining - and the superb score still transcends the George Furth book.

The Kitchen Unveils Winter-Spring 2024 Programming Featuring Video, Performance and More
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 16, 2023

Discover the exciting lineup of shows and events coming to The Kitchen for the winter-spring 2024 season. Don't miss out on the must-see performances and mark your calendars for an unforgettable experience.

HAUNTING RIGHTS To Be Presented As Part of Hollywood Independent Theater Festival
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 30, 2023

“Haunting Rights,” written by Michael Perlmutter, is being extended by the Hollywood Independent Theater Festival on September 13 and 27 at Stephanie Feury Studio Theatre - 5636 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles 90038.

Exclusive: The 40 Greatest Songs by THE BEACH BOYS Ranked - The Perfect Playlist for Your Summer Vacation
by Peter Nason - Jun 14, 2023

'Good Vibrations'? 'California Girls'? 'I Get Around'? See where your favorite Beach Boys songs land on the list!

by Michael Quintos - Jun 9, 2023

Joyful, dazzling, and an all-around delight, this fresh, smile-inducing new production---now on stage through June 25,2023---is a wonderful, pleasant surprise to say the least… and has easily become, hands down, this reviewer's absolute favorite iteration of this musical theatre staple ever.

OFF SCRIPT Curated By Jeanette Bisschops At Simone Subal Gallery
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 2, 2023

Off Script brings together a group of artists whose works offer propositions to liberate signs, symbols and words from the conventions of traditional language and text.

Boston Baroque Releases Live Concert Recording Of Chevalier De Saint-Georges' Violin Concerto In D
by A.A. Cristi - May 31, 2023

Boston Baroque is ecstatic to release a live concert recording of the Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 3, No. 1 by Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges. The recording features GRAMMY-nominated concertmaster and soloist Christina Day Martinson in a stunning performance that The Boston Musical Intelligencer remarked, “Christina Day Martinson delivered the three-movement concerto in ideal style, near flawlessly.”

POTUS, 9 TO 5, and More Set For Virginia Repertory Theatre's 2023-24 Season
by Stephi Wild - May 19, 2023

Virginia Repertory Theatre has announced the musicals, plays and special presentations for its 2023-2024 Signature Season at the November Theatre downtown, the Barksdale Season at Hanover Tavern, the Children’s Season at the Virginia Rep Center for Arts and Education as well as the Theatre Gym studio space.

Artist In Residence David Briggs Celebrates Franz Liszt At The Cathedral Of St. John The Divine
by Stephi Wild - Apr 25, 2023

The Cathedral of St. John the Divine's 2022-2023 season of Great Music in a Great Space continues with a performance of works by Franz Liszt and other great composers by Artist in Residence David Briggs on Tuesday, May 2 at 7:30 pm, at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, 1047 Amsterdam Avenue (at 112th Street).

Video: 80th Anniversary Of The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising In New York City Now Available For Viewing
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 24, 2023

Today, the Congress of Jewish Culture posted a video on YouTube of the entire 80th Anniversary ceremony of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, held last Wednesday in New York City.

Actors, Authors, and Speakers Will Appear at Tomorrow's Event Marking 80th Anniversary Of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
by Stephi Wild - Apr 18, 2023

Each April 19th, the Congress for Jewish Culture, along with Friends of the Bund, Jewish Labor Committee and Workers Circle, has organized a gathering of survivors and their families, activists, academics, and musicians at the stone in Riverside Park’s Warsaw Ghetto Memorial Plaza.

Speakers and Artists to Participate in Event Marking 80th Anniversary of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 10, 2023

Each April 19th, the Congress for Jewish Culture, along with Friends of the Bund, Jewish Labor Committee and Workers Circle, has organized a gathering of survivors and their families, activists, academics, and musicians at the stone in Riverside Park’s Warsaw Ghetto Memorial Plaza.

Kennedy Center Announces the 2023/24 Dance Season Featuring New York City Ballet, Sydney Dance Company & More
by Alan Henry - Mar 9, 2023

Continuing to bring world class dance to the stages of the National Cultural Center, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts today announced its 2023–2024 dance season. Being at the forefront of responding to the moment, today’s artists and companies are challenging the frame of storytelling, shifting the boundaries of what movement can be, and showcasing the dynamic form in a multitude of ways blurring the lines between classical and contemporary. Through this lens, audiences will experience a season filled with innovative works and collaborations among ballet and dance offerings, beloved classics, master voices, and newcomers to the stage. Subscriptions for the 2023–2024 season are now available here or by calling (202) 416-8500.

Merle Dandridge, Michael Hayden, Jodi Long & More to Star in A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC at Pasadena Playhouse
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 2, 2023

Pasadena Playhouse has announced the cast for the 50th anniversary production of A Little Night Music. See who is starring, and how to purchase tickets!

The 2023 George London Award Winners Are Announced; Five Young Opera Singers Win $12,000 Prize
by Blair Ingenthron - Feb 18, 2023

The winners of the 51st George and Nora London Foundation Competition for young American and Canadian opera singers, one of the opera world's oldest and most prestigious competitions, were announced at the conclusion of the competition's final round this evening, which took place at Gilder Lehrman Hall at The Morgan Library & Museum in New York City. The event took place before an in-person audience for the first time since 2020, and was also livestreamed.

Video: Full Cast and Creative Team Announced for NEW YORK, NEW YORK; Plus Watch a New Trailer!
by Nicole Rosky - Feb 1, 2023

The full cast and creative team has been announced for the brand new Kander & Ebb musical, NEW YORK, NEW YORK. Plus, check out a new trailer of the cast in action!

Boston Baroque Closes 50th Season with March Concert and April Opera
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 11, 2023

Boston Baroque concludes its 50th season with two programs in March and April. First, Boston Baroque presents two works by Mozart—his “Jupiter” Symphony No. 41 and the Sinfonia concertante featuring soloists Christina Day Martinson, violin, and Jason Fisher, viola. Finally, the season comes to a close with a new production of Gluck's opera Iphigénie en Tauride starring Wendy Bryn Harmer, William Burden, and Jesse Blumberg.

Dr. Emily Bashah & Paul E. Johnson Release New Book ADDICTIVE IDEOLOGIES
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 22, 2022

Legacy Launch Pad Publishing has released 'Addictive Ideologies: Finding Meaning and Agency when Politics Fail You'the first book by life partners Dr. Emily Bashah and former Phoenix, Arizona mayor Paul E. Johnson.

World Premiere of Agnes Borinsky's THE TREES to be Presented at Playwrights Horizons in February
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 22, 2022

Playwrights Horizons and Page 73 Productions will present the world premiere of Agnes Borinsky’s The Trees, directed by Tina Satter, February 8–March 19. See who is starring in the cast, how to get tickets and more!

Video: Watch Ailey's Opening Night Gala at New York City Center
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 21, 2022

Watch Ailey's 2022 Opening Night Gala at New York City Center. The one-night-only celebration features special appearances from Honorary Chair Tamron Hall, and more!

Berkshire Theatre Group Announces 2023 Winter & Spring Season Featuring HYPROV, David Sedaris & More
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 8, 2022

Berkshire Theatre Group has announced the 2023 winter and spring season at The Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield. There is something for everyone in this lineup of national performing acts, local and regional bands and family programming as part of the 10x10 Upstart Arts Festival featuring middle and high school students from Berkshire County.

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