ARTSBOSTON TOP 10: WEEK OF 2/14 – 2/20

A Meditation on Love through Dance
February 17 – March 6 | BosTix Deal Available

Artistic Director José Mateo continues to choreograph inspiring and dynamic new repertory works featuring his signature minimalistic and modern approach. His latest ballet concert of three original works is set to the music of Juan Pinera, Antonio Vivaldi, and J.S. Bach… Read More →

Venice Biennale Standout at the ICA
February 15 – 25

The ICA/Boston presents the U.S. debut of Ashes, a video installation by artist and filmmaker Steve McQueen, which conjures an easy vitality and a vivid description of place against the darker forces of society and fate… Read More →

Boston Sci-Fi Film Festival Returns
Now – February 20

The 42nd Annual Boston Science Fiction Film Festival returns to the Somerville Theatre, bringing sci-fi fans 11 days of cutting edge world premieres, classic films, and in-person appearances from emerging and established filmmakers… Read More →

An Irish Tragedy
February 16 – 26 | BosTix Deal Available

A typical night at the pub on the outskirts of Belfast in 1979 turns into something much darker in The Honey Trap, Leo McGann’s new play presented by Boston Playwrights’ Theatre… Read More →

Future of Public Education
February 17 – March 11 | BosTix Deal Available

Political, compassionate, and timely, Ike Holter’s thrilling play is the story of the desperate final days of a crumbling Chicago public school dreading its deadline with the bulldozers… Read More →

Jelly and George
February 17

Timeless classics are elevated when Aaron Diehl and Cécile McLorin Salvant revisit and revitalize the works of jazz piano greats George Gershwin and Jelly Roll Morton in this Celebrity Series performance… Read More →

Symphony Nova & Tony Williams Ballet
February 17 | BosTix Deal Available

Experience new choreography and live music performed by talented, emerging artists from Tony Williams Ballet and Symphony Nova at Old South Church… Read More →

Boston Sculptors in Love & Lust
Now – February 26

This exhibition at Boston Sculptors Gallery serves up a sumptuous selection of interpretations on the theme of love and lust by 37 local artists… Read More →

Doomed Love at the BCA
February 18 – 25 | BosTix Deal Available

‘Tis Pity She’s A Whore, John Ford’s epic play explores myriad forms of doomed love and the tragic consequences that befall both those who seek revenge and those who choose to look the other way… Read More →

BMOP Celebrates Philip Glass
February 18

The Boston Modern Orchestra Project celebrates the 80th birthday of contemporary music icon Philip Glass with a performance of two of his masterworks at NEC’s Jordan Hall…Read More →

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