ARTSBOSTON Top 10: WEEK OF 10/11 – 10/17

“To Be Or Not To Be” with Actors’ Shakespeare Project

Now – November 8 | BosTix Deal Available
In Shakespeare’s Hamlet, a brilliant young man discovers himself at the intersection of devastating betrayals, straddling a fault line of family treachery, where love is the victim… Read More →

Omara Portuondo at Sanders Theatre
October 12 | BosTix Deal Available
The charismatic leading lady of the Buena Vista Social Club, Omara Portuondo, and special guests will perform timeless Cuban classics and songs from their own repertoires… Read More →

An Unforgettable Adventure
October 13 – 16 | BosTix Deal Available
Based on the hit film and the incredible true story, Catch Me If You Can at the Boston Conservatory, is the high-flying musical comedy about chasing dreams and not getting caught… Read More →

The Politics of Public Memory
October 13 – 23 | BosTix Deal Available
An architect finds herself defending her memorial to veterans, the U.S. Congress, and even her own parents in this play at Boston Playwrights’ Theatre… Read More →

Impelling Forces
October 14 – 30 | BosTix Deal Available
Impelling Forces, the first of José Mateo Ballet Theatre’s four works of the season, presents three original works set to music by Uri Caine, Beethoven, and Philip Glass… Read More →

A Good Man in a Changing World
Now – October 30 | BosTix Deal Available
Set in 1930s pre-Nazi Germany, Good, now at New Repetory Theatre, poses questions that remain all too familiar in today’s political landscape… Read More →

A Weekend of Art
October 14 – 16
Head to Fort Point, one of New England’s oldest artist communities, for open studios featuring 150 artists, crafts people, and designers… Read More →

A Festival for Book Lovers
October 15
This  Saturday the Boston Book Festival takes over Copley Square with 75 exhibitors, plus food trucks and live music for a celebration of reading and books… Read More →

Bach and Zelenka and Jordan Hall
September 15 | BosTix Deal Available
The Cantata Singers’ season opens with Bach’s intricate Cantata 109 and radiant Cantata 147, and the U.S. premiere of the virtuosic “Laetatus Sum” by Jan Dismas Zelenka… Read More →

A Second Chance at Life?
Now – October 23 | BosTix Deal Available
Filled with moral ambiguity, the taut and smart drama, Uncanny Valley , now playing at Stoneham Theatre, asks how far are we willing to go to forget, while insisting on never being forgotten… Read More →

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