The real story of Vincent Van Gogh is even more fascinating than the myths.
Softly, quietly, the Wilco ticket sales have begun for Solid Sound 2013.
Directed by Larry Coen, Chinglish is one hot dumpling of a farce.
When David Grover and his talented gang take the stage, there is holiday fun in store for everyone.
At HBO they leave the creators of a show alone to do their job. At NBC it’s meddle, meddle, meddle. No wonder people are fleeing television for more coherent entertainment.
A spectacular treatment of a fantastical story, Life of Pi is a serious contender for best film, best special effects this year.
The highlights of the 2013 Tanglewood Season have just been announced, tickets go on sale in January.
Tanglewood’s extensive programming for 2013 broken down, week by week.
A Folk-Metal Score and all female cast are just two of the fresh new ingredients mixed into Chekhov’s 1895 play. The Seagull.
Travel back to the 1950’s when black music and white music first came together.
A classic story that lends itself to dramatic treatment opens in Boston.
One of the most perceptive arts commentators writing today is Trevor O’Donnell. His blog, Marketing the Arts to Death is a consistently good read. If you are on the board of an arts organization it is both timely and provocative. He doesn’t cater to our genteel sensibilities, but tries to make us more aware of…