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Watch James Corden’s sensational turn in ‘One Man, Two Guvnors’

The National Theatre production featuring Corden's knockabout performance is going to be shown for free for a week on YouTube.


Today’s tip: A lunchtime theater marathon, served in small portions

Starting Wednesday through May 17, from noon until 12:15 p.m., actors will perform the scripts of the plays they’d been cast in, over Zoom.

John Douglas Thompson to star in Shakespeare on the Common’s ‘Tempest’

Thompson has won acclaim for his performances of Shakespeare as well as other roles, including his award-winning turn in the Huntington's "Man in the Ring."

In Cameron Esposito’s memoir, Boston ‘plays a big role’

In “Save Yourself," the comedian revisits her years as a student at BC, a time that included a sexual assault and a reckoning with her Catholic upbringing.


Boston Ballet announces dancer promotions for the 2020-2021 season

The company gave the good news to seven of its most promising dancers.


Roll up the rug for a surprising array of dance classes, all taught online

Though their studios are closed, Boston’s teachers are ready to instruct you in ballet, flamenco, hip-hop, line dancing, tap, and more.


After closing early at Central Square Theater, ‘Pipeline’ can now be streamed

It was captured in a multi-camera video recording, and that recording will be available for purchase on the video platform Vimeo until 11:59 p.m. on April 5.

Tony Awards postponed; no new date set

Broadway shut down on March 12, just as more than a dozen openings were about to take place.