Arts & Culture

LILA's 'Trash" explores what it means to be human

The things we keep, the things we throw away.

Whodunit? again in Strollers' 'Mousetrap'

Strollers tries to shed new light on the world's longest-running play.

African American magazine marks twenty-five years

The twenty-fifth anniversary of UMOJA, a monthly magazine that focuses on positive aspects of the local African American community, is a time to reflect on the…

A&E Guide: 57 things to do in October

The fall art season is in full swing! Take your pick among fifty-plus concerts, performances and exhibitions taking place this month.

WCO opens with "three Bs”: Buoyant, Brilliant, Beautiful

The combination of Andrew Sewell’s programming and violinist Beilman’s playing results in an unforgettable night.

A survey of prints at Promega

The Fitchburg biotech company hosts a selection of works from Tandem Press.

‘I went to clean out the garage—and an opera broke out’

Fresco Opera Theatre finds a new way to take opera to the people with 'garage opera.'

Partying with frenemies in 'Boys in the Band'

Steve Noll directs a tense play set in the closeted 1960s.

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