ARTSBOSTON TOP 10: WEEK OF 11/08 – 11/14

The creation of UK-based performance artist Rachel Mars, Our Carnal Hearts is a passionate act of exorcism. The show calls envy – in all its personal and political guises – into the spotlight through a medley of folk tales, tweets, contemporary personalities, and Sacred Harp singing…. Read More →

Akeelah and the Bee
Now – November 20 | BosTix Deal Available

Based on the beloved film, Akeelah and the Bee tells the story of a spunky 11-year-old girl whose razor-sharp mind might take her from a Chicago housing development to the finals of the Scripps National Spelling Bee… Read More →

Hip-Hop, Indian Dance, and Funk
November 10

In a free presentation at Wellesley College, choreographer Shailesh Bahoran and his troupe perform Lalla Rookh, depicting the journey of Indian immigrants traveling to the land of God…Read More →

Singer-Songwriter Ben Sollee
November 10

Kentucky-born cellist and composer Ben Sollee performs a mix of folk, jazz, and Americana in an intimate performance at the Red Room at Cafe 939… Read More →

A World Premiere About Freedom
November 10 – 12

Hibernian Hall presents Top Eye Open, an original play with music about the first person arrested in Boston under the 1851 Fugitive Slave Law, and his escape to freedom… Read More →

The Legacy of Pablo Casals
November 11 | BosTix Deal Available

A Far Cry weaves together the many strands of acclaimed cellist Pablo Casals’ rich legacy with in company with Casals’s godson, special guest Lluis Claret… Read More →

Imaginative and Theatricality Dance
November 11 – 12 | BosTix Deal Available

Venture into Portal, a vibrant performance of storytelling featuring five stunning new works of dance, created by Luminarium Dance Company… Read More →

Bite-Sized Opera
November 11 – 13

Enjoy a delicious program of opera with Boston Opera Collaborative’s Opera Bites, a feast of ten-minute acts including new commissions and world premieres… Read More →

A Master of Cuban Music
November 12

Grammy-nominated Cuban singer and percussionist Pedrito Martinez and his band draw on complex rhythms of jazz and pop for two performances at Villa Victoria Center for the Arts… Read More →

Hail, Mary!
November 13

RUMBARROCO presents a concert featuring compositions by 17th century Italian nuns, including a dialogue between the mother of God and the mother of humankind… Read More →

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