ARTSBOSTON TOP 10: WEEK OF 4/11 – 4/17

Listening is Seeing at the Gardner Museum
Now – September 5

The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum offers a different kind of experience with its latest contemporary show, Listen Hear: The Art of Sound. The exhibition, which features the work of several contemporary artists spread throughout the Gardner’s historic palace and new wing, seeks to provide new insight into the spatial, social, and aesthetic dimension of sound… Read More →

A Rodgers & Hammerstein Classic
Tonight – April 23 | BosTix Deal Available

Boasting a score that includes “Getting To Know You” and “Shall We Dance?,” the Tony Award-winning Lincoln Center Theater production of The King and I opens tonight at the Boston Opera House… Read More →

Nancy And Beth at The Wilbur
April 12

Megan Mullally (Will & Grace) and Stephanie Hunt (Friday Night Lights) shine as their musical alter egos Nancy and Beth, a pair of big-voiced, blues-singing folk heroines who don’t take themselves too seriously… Read More →

Roomful of Teeth + A Far Cry
April 13

The Grammy-winning vocal project Roomful of Teeth is joined by Grammy-nominated A Far Cry in an exciting concert that will include selections from Ted Hearne’s Law of Mosaics andColoring Book, and more… Read More →

Darkness Made Visible
Now – July 30

The MFA pairs Derek Jarman’s film Blue with Mark Bradford’s video installation Spiderman, which enact defiant emotional responses that channel the personal fears and public phobias associated with the AIDS crisis… Read More →

Mahler Symphony No. 2
April 14

More than just a concert, Mahler’s Resurrection Symphony, performed this week by the Boston Philharmonic at Symphony Hall under the direction of Benjamin Zander, is a communal experience… Read More →

An Opera of Love and Despair
April 14 | BosTix Deal Available

Odyssey Opera presents Der Zwerg (The Dwarf), an opera based on Oscar Wilde’s foreboding short story “The Birthday of the Infanta,” in a 90-minute concert at NEC’s Jordan Hall… Read More →

Party in the Valley with Who
April 15

Berklee College of Music alum, Betty Who brings her fizzy, infectious pop sound to Royale in support of her new album, The ValleyRead More →

Mr. Joy: The Neighborhood Tour
Now – April 21

ArtsEmerson brings back Mr. Joy, Daniel Beaty’s one-person play about race and class in America, for a series of free performances throughout Boston neighborhoods… Read More →

An Electrifying Battle of Wills
April 15 – 29 | BosTix Deal Available

Boston Children Theatre presents the emotionally-charged dramatic classic One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest in a thought-provoking and groundbreaking production at the Boston Center for the Arts… Read More →

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