ARTSBOSTON TOP 10: WEEK OF 2/21 – 2/27

A Sexy Twist on French Cabaret
February 25

WorldMusic/CRASHarts presents Paris Combo, an irresistible affair loaded with attitude and charm, at the Somerville Theatre. Fronted by the mischievous vocals of Belle du Berry, the Paris-based quintet pays homage to a century of French cabaret music… Read More →

Marlowe’s Epic History Play
February 22 – March 19 | BosTix Deal Available

Actors’ Shakespeare Project presents Edward II, a play that asks when the allure of power is calling, which should guide us most: family, love, or political gain… Read More →

A Dive into Science and Morality
Now – March 12 | BosTix Deal Available

With genomic breakthroughs happening at breakneck speed, Informed Consent, playing at Chelsea Theatre Works, explores the question of just how much knowledge is too much… Read More →

Biting Romantic Comedy
February 22 – 26 | BosTix Deal Available

Boston University College of Fine Arts presents Much Ado About Nothing, Shakespeare’s witty romantic comedy that shows how love brings out the best and worst in all of us… Read More →

BPO Plays Beethoven and Bruckner
February 23 – 26 | BosTix Deal Available

This concert features the Boston Trio with the brilliant new cellist Jonah Ellsworth performing the beloved Beethoven Triple Concerto, as well as Bruckner’s profound final symphony…Read More →

A Musical Whale of a Tale
February 23 – March 12 | BosTix Deal Available

Jonah and the Whale, a new musical having its East Coast premiere at Stoneham Theatre, reimagines one of the strangest and most familiar stories in the Old Testament with a pop-folk score… Read More →

An American Oedipus Opera
February 23 – 26 | BosTix Deal Available

Based on the novel by Judith Rossner and with a libretto by J.D. McClatchy, the opera Emmeline is an American retelling of the Oedipus myth from the mother’s viewpoint… Read More →

Film + Improvisation = FiLmprov
February 24

In this free event, MIT’s FiLmprov presents the world premiere of Kat Matson’s film Silhoutettes along with an improvised music score… Read More →

An Enduring Choral Masterpiece
February 24 – 26 | BosTix Deal Available

With concerts in both Boston and Lexington, Cantata Singers performs a piece that continues to be a touchstone for the organization: Bach’s great Mass in B minor… Read More →

What Does It Mean to Draw?
Now – May 7

Harvard Art Museums examines the invention of drawing as a modern medium for discourse, culture, politics, and social life in an exhibition featuring works by François Boucher, Berthe Morisot, and more… Read More →

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