Boston Pride Festival and Parade
June 10

The 47th annual Boston Pride Parade kicks off this Saturday at noon from the corner of Boylston Street and Clarendon Street, and ends with a free festival at City Hall Plaza, featuring performances by Fantine, Carlito Olivero, and Lillie McCloud… Read More →

[love girls] by The Theater Offensive
June 6 – 8

Using movement, music, and spoken word, [love girls] at the Paramount Center focuses on the personal experiences of queer women of color navigating the beauty, joy, and violence that lives at the intersection of their identities… Read More →

Take the Wig Off the Shelf
Now – June 11  | BosTix Deal Available

Brilliantly innovative, heartbreaking, and wickedly funny, the landmark American musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch continues to inspire audiences to cheer… Read More →

Neil LaBute’s Unapologetic Play
June 8 – 24 | BosTix Deal Available

Flat Earth Theatre presents Neil LaBute’s Fat Pig, a controversial exploration of society’s obsession with body image and weight at the Mosesian Center for the Arts… Read More →

Super Gay Comedy Fun Time
June 9

Featuring a mix of stand-up, sketch, storytelling, and improv, ImprovBoston presents the funniest gay comedy experience Boston has to offer, just in time for Pride Week… Read More →

Boston Festival of Bands
June 10

Held at historic Faneuil Hall and free to the public, Metropolitan Wind Symphony’s Festival of Bands will feature selections from Broadway musicals, Sousa marches, and classical music… Read More →

Shakespeare Reimagined
June 10 – 11

Boston Public Library Composer-in-Residence Beau Kenyon reimagines Shakespeare’s As You Like It as a performance installation and part thru-composed piece in and all the men and women merely playersRead More →

New Works for Women’s Voices
June 10 – 11 | BosTix Deal Available

Lorelei Ensemble’s final concert of its 2016-17 season at Marsh Chapel reimagines the American Spiritual tradition in the light of our present-day global reality… Read More →

Immigrant Nation at Urbano Project
Now – July 29

Immigration Nation is a community art project created by Dorchester artist Nora Valdez in collaboration with community members, which use suitcases as a vehicle to tell the story of individual immigrant journeys… Read More →

Boston Early Music Festival
June 11 – 18 | BosTix Deal Available

Immerse yourself in what The Times (London) hails as “The world’s leading festival of early music.” This year’s fully staged opera is André Campra’s captivating 1699 opéra-ballet Le Carnaval de VeniseRead More →

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