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Boston Pops Announce Diverse Programming for 2019 Spring Season

Oscars: A Record Year for Women, but is it Progress?

Eclectic is the best word to describe The 2019 Boston Pops' Spring season, which runs from May 8 to June 15 at Symphony Hall.

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Talking with Director Steven Maler on Making CSC's 'Birdy' Take Flight
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Talking with Director Steven Maler on Making CSC's 'Birdy' Take Flight

By Robert Nesti | Feb 21
Steven Maler, the artistic director of Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, long admired the work of playwright Naomi Wallace. With his upcoming production of her adaptation of the novel "Birdy," Maler got the opportunity to direct one of her plays.

 Review :: The Little Foxes
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Review :: The Little Foxes

By Robert Nesti | Feb 20
At the Lyric Stage, you can all but immerse yourself in Lillian Hellman's "The Little Foxes."

 Review :: Julia Sweeney: Older & Wider

Review :: Julia Sweeney: Older & Wider

By Kevin Taft | Feb 19
Julia Sweeney is as fresh and on-the-ball as ever.

 Review :: Spamilton: An American Parody
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Review :: Spamilton: An American Parody

By Robert Nesti | Feb 19
Want to laugh yourself silly? Catch "Spamilton" while you can.

 Review :: School of Rock - The Musical

Review :: School of Rock - The Musical

By Robert Nesti | Feb 15
There are twelve reasons to see "School of Rock," and they are the young actors who play the students that slacker Dewey Finn finds himself teaching in this musical adaptation of Richard Linklater's 2003 comedy.

Michael Jackson Musical to Open on Broadway, Skips Chicago

Michael Jackson Musical to Open on Broadway, Skips Chicago

Feb 15
A stage musical about Michael Jackson will skip making its debut in Chicago and instead open on Broadway in summer 2020.

Commonwealth Shakespeare Company's 'Birdy' Adds Performances
Boston, MA

Commonwealth Shakespeare Company's 'Birdy' Adds Performances

Feb 14
Commonwealth Shakespeare Company (CSC) has added three performances to its highly anticipated upcoming production of "Birdy."

War and Friendship :: Playwright Naomi Wallace on Her Stage Adaptation of 'Birdy'
Boston, MA

War and Friendship :: Playwright Naomi Wallace on Her Stage Adaptation of 'Birdy'

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 14
Two American boys in the face of coming war; two battle-scarred men wrestling with the things they have seen. Naomi Wallace tells EDGE about adapting William Wharton's 1978 novel "Birdy" for the stage and exploring the nature of friendship.

Odyssey Opera Premieres Rare Gluck Opera This Week
Boston, MA

Odyssey Opera Premieres Rare Gluck Opera This Week

Feb 11
One of the nation's most adventurous opera companies, Odyssey Opera, continues its sixth season with the Boston premiere of "Paride ed Elena," written by Christoph Willibald Gluck in 1770 with a libretto by Ranieri de' Calzabigi.

Immersive Dance Piece 'Happy Hour' to Seaport District March 12 - 16
Boston, MA

Immersive Dance Piece 'Happy Hour' to Seaport District March 12 - 16

Feb 11
A plain conference room at the Seaport's District Hall becomes the stage for "Happy Hour," the comedy dance performance by Monica Bill Barnes & Company that upends gender roles while exploring office and personal relationships.

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