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Cramming for the Oscars: Where to See Best-Picture Nominees

Adam Rippon Responds to Sally Field Playing Matchmaker for Her Son

Here's where to watch the Oscar best-picture nominees.

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 Review :: An Education in Prudence
Boston, MA

Review :: An Education in Prudence

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 23
The new play being produced by Open Theater Project at St. John's Church in Jamaica Plain offers a clever script to show us the meaning of the old adage "Those who don't know history are doomed to repeat it."

 Review :: Waitress
Boston, MA

Review :: Waitress

By Kelly May | Feb 23
Much of "Waitress" is like a sweet pie filled with sugar, butter, & flour. However, some of the musical's ingredients leave a sour taste.

Underlings Bring 'Romeo and Juliet' (with a Touch of 'Heathers') to Chelsea
Boston, MA

Underlings Bring 'Romeo and Juliet' (with a Touch of 'Heathers') to Chelsea

Feb 22
The Underlings Theatre Co. is following up its successful Providence Fringe Festival and Somerville production of "Ada, Soon" with a production of "Romeo and Juliet"-in the original pronunciation, and with a not so old-school look.

 Review :: Othello
Boston, MA

Review :: Othello

By Will Demers | Feb 20
"Othello" arguably one of Shakespeare's greatest tragedies, comes to the Trinity stage with a bang.

 Review :: for colored girls who have considered suicide / when the rainbow is enuf
Boston, MA

Review :: for colored girls who have considered suicide / when the rainbow is enuf

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 20
Though we haven't got characters or dramatic arcs as such in this show, we do have biting wit, ferocious determination, undercurrents of anger, and many brilliant notes of humor and hope.

 Review :: Chess
Boston, MA

Review :: Chess

By Rachel Breitman | Feb 16
This Cold War story of two emotionally fraught chess matches has too many moving pieces.

 Review :: Richard III
Boston, MA

Review :: Richard III

By Clinton Campbell | Feb 16
Actors' Shakespeare Project's currently production of the Bard's play about the infamous king underlines just why people are still fascinated with him.

 Review :: Torrey Pines
Boston, MA

Review :: Torrey Pines

By Clinton Campbell | Feb 16
On paper "Torrey Pines," ArtsEmerson's current production, sounds like a surreal and unique queer coming of age story.

 Review :: Venus in Fur
Boston, MA

Review :: Venus in Fur

By Joe Siegel | Feb 15
A playwright and an actress engage in a psychological battle of wills.

 Review :: The Phantom of the Disco
Boston, MA

Review :: The Phantom of the Disco

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 15
Constructed as a jukebox musical in which you never which song is going to pop up next, this fever dream comes across as a David Lynch karaoke night on something illicit but fun.

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