ARTSBOSTON TOP 10: WEEK OF 1/24 – 1/30

A World of Music on Three Stages
January 28

Featuring San Fermin & NOW Ensemble, Salif Keita, Debo Band, Daby Touré, Carrie Rodriguez, and more, World Music/CRASHarts’ CRASHfest transforms the House of Blues into an indoor music festival with three different stages, lush lounge areas, and a kaleidoscope of sounds and cultures that brings an eclectic and worldly spin to the Boston music scene… Read More →

A Striking, Lyrical New Play
January 25 – February 12 | BosTix Deal Available

Staged by Company One Theatre in SOWA’s intimate Matter & Light gallery, Really explores the elusive way in which photography freezes a moment in time, and how images affect memory… Read More →

Bold Dance in Repertory
January 27 – 28 | BosTix Deals Available

Selected for their budding and established talents, The Dance Complex’s CATALYSTS artists-in-residence perform a mix of tap, modern, and flamenco dance… Read More →

The Wiz by Boston’s Young Artists
January 27 – 28

Boston Arts Academy, the city’s only public high school for the visual and performing arts, brings local flare to the Motown-inspired musical The Wiz at the Strand Theatre… Read More →

Jessica Lang Dance at Shubert Theatre
January 27 – 28

Jessica Lang Dance seamlessly incorporates striking design elements and transforms classical ballet language into artfully crafted, emotionally engaging contemporary works… Read More →

I Dread to Think…
Now – March 19

From political inducements, erosions of privacy, and the persuasive media loop that seems to nurture our feeling of being unsafe, I Dread to Think… at the BCA Mills Gallery presents various media reflecting on the state of fear… Read More →

Urbanity Underground
January 27 – 28

Urbanity Dance’s three elite programs – Urbanity Underground, UrManity, and Junior Apprentice – present choreography from Creative Class and Company Dancers at the Multicultural Arts Center… Read More →

Fiesta de San Sebastian en Boston
January 28

The Theater Offensive and Inquilinos Boricuas en Accion celebrate Puerto Rico’s most famous festival filled with folklore music and dancing; theatre; poetry; artisan crafts; salsa; and a live Saint Sebastian installation… Read More →

A Medieval Masterpiece Revisited
January 29 | BosTix Deal Available

The themes of justice and of truth spoken to power are front and center in The Boston Camerata’s powerful, highly-praised production of the medieval musical play DanielRead More →

I.D. Festival: NIC Kay
January 29

Presented by OBERON as part of the A.R.T.’s I.D. Festival, lil BLKis an experimental solo performance by artist NIC Kay, featuring Influences from New York City’s gay/queer ballroom culture, live punk shows, butoh, and praise dance… Read More →

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