A community art project inspired by Lee Boroson’s Plastic Fantastic fills MASS MoCA’s biggest gallery, while kids will love stories in front of Sol LeWitt’s Loopy Doopy.
Barrington Stage sets a high bar for entry into its summer Youth Theatre musical, but provides those chosen with great training and master classes and even pays a modest stipend.
Spanish for “black ice cream,” Helado Negro’s style is at once primal and sophisticated, characterized by layers of ethereal Latin rhythms and contemporary beats.
Richard Linklater’s decades-spanning look at familial love that starred Patricia Arquette, Ethan Hawke, and newcomer Ellar Coltrone, winning the Dorian Award for Film of the Year.
Not just today, but every day, we must pick up the baton handed to us by past generations and carry it forward in the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King.
Star Terrence Howard says: “I’m glad I can show the African‑American community this is what you are doing to your son. This is what you are doing to your nephew. This is what you’re doing to your cousin or the kid down the street.”
The students’ monologues will include transgender characters. How much of the original will remain, and whether playwright Eve Ensler will ok the changes remains in question.