ARTSBOSTON TOP 10: WEEK OF 4/18 – 4/24

Imaginary Lines, True Border Crossings
April 19 – 29 | BosTix Deals Available

ArtsEmerson presents 17 Border Crossings, a surreal sojourn that transports you to very real places: Hungary, Serbia, Morocco, Colombia, Holland, and Mexico, to name a few. In the deft, mischievous manner of the trickster, Thaddeus Phillips manages to float huge questions that surround the fraught migrations of our era… Read More →

The Greatest Show on Earth
Now – April 30 | BosTix Deal Available

Barnum is the dazzling musical that tells the story of circus legend P.T. Barnum and his dream to create “The Greatest Show on Earth,” at the Boston Center for the Arts… Read More →

Venus in Boston
Now – July 9

Botticelli and the Search for the Divine, now on view at the MFA, is the largest and most important display of Sandro Botticelli’s works in the US, including his painting Venus, a reworking of his iconic painting… Read More →

An Irish Family Drama
April 20 – 30 | BosTix Deal Available

Every Piece of Me, a new play about guilt, mercy, and the power of love at Boston Playwrights’ Theatre, tells the story of a daughter returning home to Ireland to find old wounds still unhealed… Read More →

A Wondrous Metamorphosis
April 21 – 22

In lyrical, sculptural transcendence, performance artist Maureen Fleming invents surreal movement poetry, curving her body into shapes of shattering beauty, at the ICA/Boston… Read More →

Handel’s Giulio Cesare
April 21 – 23 | BosTix Deal Available

Soprano Susanna Phillips returns to Boston Baroque as Cleopatra, the Egyptian Queen who beguiles the Roman conquer Julius Caesar, in Handel’s thrilling opera… Read More →

A Distinctive New Sound
April 22

The Gloaming combines lush Irish tunes, ancient sean-nós songs, and exhilarating and explosive medleys to create astonishing and unforgettable performances… Read More →

Jazz’s Shimmering Young Star
April 22

Resoundingly eloquent, whether growling the blues or barely breathing, Cecile McLorin Salvant will be joined by gifted New Orleans pianist Sullivan Fortner for an electric performance at Scullers Jazz Club… Read More →

Computer Games Get Political
April 21 – May 21

The exhibition Games and Politics, at the Boston Cyberarts Gallery, examines how computer games can unfold their political potential, constructing a counter-position within the entertainment industry… Read More →

Redemption Song & Sonatas
April 23

Rising star Haitian-American violinist and composer Daniel Bernard Roumain will perform Redemption Songs & Sonatas, followed by Project STEP students playing his Rosa Parks QuartetRead More →

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