Nari Ward: Sun Splashed
April 26 – September 4

The largest survey of the artist’s work to date, Nari Ward: Sun Splashed, opening this week at the ICA/Boston, includes sculpture, collage, photography, video, and installation. Focusing on vital points of reference for Ward, including his native Jamaica, citizenship, and migration, as well as African-American history and culture, the exhibit explores the dynamics of power and politics in society… Read More →

Rockwell Revisited
Now – May 26

Maggie Meiners’ show at the New England School of Photography investigates the human tableaux in Norman Rockwell’s iconic illustrations and translates his imagery into new works that address contemporary issues… Read More →

¡Cuba Con Salsa!
April 26

WBUR’s Robin Young and José Massó host a celebration of Cuban music with performances by the Grammy Award-nominated Pedrito Martinez Group and singer Gema Corredera at the Emerson/Cutler Majestic Theatre… Read More →

Overlay: An Exhibition
April 26 – July 1

Artist Xaviera Simmons uses text-based video, photographs, and soundscapes to feature characters rooted in narratives found in the archives of the Radcliffe Institute’s Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America… Read More →

Double, Double, Twins in Trouble
April 27 – May 27 | BosTix Deal Available

Mean Girls meets Macbeth in Peerless, a dark comedy presented by Company One Theatre, which sets one of Shakespeare’s bloodiest plays against the backdrop of competitive college admissions… Read More →

Dance at Boston Conservatory
April 27 – 30 | BosTix Deal Available

Limitless will include an array of iconic masterworks by renowned choreographers, along with new works created especially for Boston Conservatory dance students… Read More →

Beckett in Brief
April 27 – May 7 | BosTix Deal Available

Commonwealth Shakespeare Company presents three short plays by Samuel Beckett that explore universal questions of creativity, memory, aging, sex, friendship, and the proximity of death… Read More →

Wartime Intrigue and Romance
April 27 – May 14 | BosTix Deal Available

In the thriller Gabriel, presented by Stoneham Theatre and set in 1943 on Nazi-occupied Guernsey Island, a woman is desperate to keep her young daughter alive by any means necessary, including responding to the advances of a German Officer…Read More →

New Public Art in the Seaport
April 28 – 29

Masary Studios debuts Sound Sculpture, an interactive art installation that allows participants to create music compositions through the arrangement of large light-up blocks at the Innovation and Design Building… Read More →

Mendelssohn and Wolf with Emmanuel
April 30 | BosTix Deal Available

Emmanuel Music continues its exploration of the chamber works of Felix Mendelssohn and Hugo Wolf, including Mendelssohn’sLieder ohne Worte, and Wolf’s Goethe-Lieder and String Quartet in D minor… Read More →

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