Vichet Chum brings his brand new, gorgeously poetic play to Lowell, the first Cambodian-authored play in 15 years.
Mark your calendars for these featured events, including a members’ toast, holiday open house, and more.
The first major thematic exhibition celebrates the role of play in contemporary art and culture, February 10 through May 6.
December features vintage crooners at the Shalin Liu Performance Center.
Proceeds will go toward training a new generation of dancers.
Discover Portsmouth presents portraits of local artists and their work, on display until December 23.
Competition spotlights local music talent and supports music education in schools.
Gloucester Stage Company wraps up its 38th season of professional theater on Cape Ann with Harper Lee's "To Kill A Mockingbird" through October 27.
Look no further than Rockport for some quality musical events this fall.
Meg Lipke will astound you with her "shapeshifting" exhibition, on display at the Gelb Gallery from now until October 21.
Mary Chapin Carpenter, Michael Feinstein, Regina Carter, and more.
Upcoming lectures, book signings, walking tours, exhibitions, and galleries at the Gloucester-based museum this fall.
New exhibition at Worcester Art Museum presents rare opportunity to see works by Homer alongside those of English influences, November 11 through February 4.
The museum continues to make the visitor experience richer and more meaningful.
This first-ever comprehensive exhibition opens at the Cape Ann Museum on October 7.
Award-winning play about the first black boxer to fight for World Heavyweight Champion receives regional debut in theatre’s 39th season.
The new season features fundamental workshops series in ballet and Pilates.
Elaine Reichek and Jeanne Silverthorne to explore invisibility in a new collaborative project at the Addison this fall.
Hannah Reitz has plans to expand the Seacoast Youth Symphony Orchestra's outreach with additional performances in public spaces and local schools.
The one-man play, which explores the last days of radio operator Simon Geller, will enjoy a stage reading on July 30.