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Alex Edelman is bringing his hit solo show ‘Just for Us’ home to Boston

The Brookline native plans 14 performances at the Calderwood Pavilion April 11-23.

DANCE REVIEW

Hervé Koubi revisits his Algerian roots at the Majestic

Saturday marked the third time Compagnie Hervé Koubi has presented “Ce qui le jour doit à la nuit” (“What the Day Owes to the Night”) in Boston. The piece has been reworked to good effect.

DANCE REVIEW

LaTasha Barnes’s ‘The Jazz Continuum’ can’t stop moving

As presented Thursday by the Celebrity Series at the New England Conservatory’s Plimpton Shattuck Black Box Theatre, Barnes’s 60-minute piece makes its point in the most rewarding possible way.

WINTER ARTS PREVIEW

A creator of experimental theater steps anxiously into the spotlight with ‘Made in China 2.0’

In Wang Chong's solo show, receiving its world premiere at ArtsEmerson, the director becomes the performer.

WINTER ARTS PREVIEW

10 shows that will bring drama, music, and even ducklings to theater stages this season

Globe theater critic Don Aucoin’s guide to winter productions, including "Fairview," "The Wife of Willesden," "Into the Woods," and "Make Way for Ducklings."

WINTER ARTS PREVIEW

After all these years, Rennie Harris’s classic hip-hopera ‘Rome and Jewels’ leaves space for improvisation

Original dancers and young company members come together for the 2020 work that put Rennie Harris Puremovement on the international map. The performance will be held at the Emerson Cutler Majestic Theatre on Jan. 28.

WINTER ARTS PREVIEW

10 delightful dance picks to carry you through to spring

Hip-hop, ballet, flamenco, contemporary, and even acrobatics are on tap in Boston this season.

STAGE REVIEW

Does ‘Hamilton’ still have it? Just you wait.

Does Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical about Alexander Hamilton, the other Founding Fathers, and the tumultuous origins of these United States still possess the power to sweep you away on the strength of its sheer kinetic energy? Yep, it does.