ArtsBoston Top 10: Week of 8/30 – 9/5

Sondheim’s Groundbreaking Musical

September 2 – October 9 | BosTix Deal Available
Lyric Stage Company presents a prescient, insightful, and often hilarious look at modern relationships with Stephen Sondheim’s Tony Award-winning musical Company… Read More →

The Boys from Syracuse
August 31
For their final performance, Boston Landmarks Orchestra is joined by Commonwealth Shakespeare Company for free production of the Rodgers and Hart swing era musical The Boys from SyracuseRead More →

Final Harborwalk Sounds Concert at ICA
September 1
For the final Harborwalk Sounds of the summer, the ICA/Boston presents a free performance from singer-songwriter Niu Raza and The Wilder Project… Read More →

Eight by Tenn with Zeitgeist Stage
September 2 – October 8 | BosTix Deal Available
Eight by Tenn features eight short plays by acclaimed playwright Tennessee Williams (The Glass Menagerie) in the intimacy of the BCA’s Plaza Theatre… Read More →

Richard Bona at Scullers Jazz Club
September 2
Richard Bona’s tunes combine African polyrhythms, harmonic virtuosity, and a pop songwriter’s gift for memorable, accessible melodies… Read More →

The Art of Terry Winters at the MFA
September 3 – June 18
The exhibition focuses on prints and drawings by the New York-based artist, whose wide-ranging interests encompass scientific processes and mathematical theories… Read More →

Judy Takes Broadway at Club Cafe
Now – October 1 | BosTix Deal Available
The unstoppable Peter Mac is Broadway bound with his new cabaret-concert featuring Garland’s famous tunes and appearances by “celebrity” friends… Read More →

Richard Nelson’s Epic Comes to a Close
September 3 – 25 | BosTix Deal Available
New Repertory Theatre presents the final work in Richard Nelson’s Apply Family Plays, featuring the same cast of Boston-area favorites that audiences have adored… Read More →

Bread & Puppet’s Playful Political Farce
September 4
Award-winning Vermont-based Bread & Puppet Theater takes its annual “Little Big Tour” down to the Cambridge Common with a free performance of its Whatforward CircusRead More →

The Most Photographed Man in America
Now – July 31
Picturing Frederick Douglass at Museum of African American History, Boston Campus promises to revolutionize our knowledge of race and photography in 19th century America… Read More →

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