ARTSBOSTON TOP 10: WEEK OF 3/21 – 3/27

Righting a System Gone Wrong
Now – April 9

After co-producing a critically acclaimed production of The Libertine, Bridge Repertory Theater and Playhouse Creatures team up again for Mrs. Packard. This stunning drama is inspired by a true story about a woman committed against her will to an asylum – and her struggle to fight for her life, and in the process, right a system gone wrong… Read More →

Music in Flight
March 22 – 23

Juventas New Music Ensemble brings together composers, instrumentalists, and circus artists to create an unparalleled audio-visual experience at OBERON… Read More →

A 200-Year-Old Mystery Explored
March 23 – April 2 | BosTix Deal Available

In the new drama Franklin at Boston Playwrights’ Theatre, a modern-day underwater archaeologist sets out to solve a mystery surrounding an ill-fated expedition to the Arctic in 1845…Read More →

A Musical Event of Power and Beauty
March 23 – 26

ArtsEmerson presents the genre-defying work Octavia E. Butler’s Parable of the Sower, featuring 30 powerful songs drawn from 200 years of black music to give musical life to Butler’s acclaimed science fiction novel… Read More →

Our American Hamlet
March 23 – April 2 | BosTix Deal Available

In this world premiere play from Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, Edwin Booth, 19th century America’s most celebrated Shakespearean actor, must confront the ghost and deeds of his treasonous brother… Read More →

2017 Irish Film Festival
March 23 – 26

Celebrating Irish cinema, this year’s festival at the Somerville Theatre features screenings of animated shorts, documentaries, and feature films, including the Director’s Choice Feature, A Date For Mad MaryRead More →

Nature of the Baroque
March 24 | BosTix Deal Available

The ensemble Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin returns to Boston Early Music Festival with a delightful concert showcasing brilliant and playful depictions of the natural world through music… Read More →

An Opera of Cruel Intentions
March 24 – April 1

Based on the scandalous 18th century novel, Conrad Susa’s opera The Dangerous Liaisons, presented by Boston Opera Collaborative, explores the sexual machinations of two French aristocrats locked in a battle of wits and wills… Read More →

An Aerialist, Feminist Take On Sherlock
March 25 – 26

Featuring contortionists, acrobats, and more, Sherlock Holmes and the Sapphire Night, at Arts at the Armory, is a hybrid work of traditional theatre and contemporary circus exploring themes of feminism and femininity… Read More →

Monsieur Periné at Brighton Music Hall
March 26

One of the leading bands in Colombia’s thriving new music scene, Monsieur Periné returns to Boston after its exceptional debut at World Music/CRASHarts’ CRASHfest last year… Read More →

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