‘La La Land’ is Everything You Could Wish For, and More

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Warning: Spoilers ahead, read at your own discretion. A tug on your heartstrings—the story of love, music and dreams. Mia (Emma Stone) and Sebastian (Ryan Gosling) live a harmonic life filled with jazz and romantic dates while chasing separate dreams in the eclectic city of Los Angeles. The film feeds you all the right parts...continue reading




What’s Going on in November

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Get ready to start celebrating the holiday season this November! We have picked an array of entertaining events to keep you immersed in the arts. From a talk with contemporary artist Kara Walker, Boston Ballet’s production of the holiday classic “The Nutcracker,” Northeastern theatre’s “Vinegar Tom” set in 17th century England, partying at Elle King’s...continue reading




What’s Going on in October

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A warm welcome back and hello to new readers. It’s October! The month where Boston’s weather is completely unpredictable and you just want to curl up in bed. We totally get it but we wouldn’t want you to miss out on all the great events happening. Don’t let the gloomy weather hinder you from making...continue reading




A Story of Love and Deception Unravels in ‘Swan Lake’

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Two hopeful characters crossed paths unconventionally in a world condemned by the dark magic of a vicious sorcerer. The Boston Ballet presented a spellbinding adaptation of the world renowned “Swan Lake” on Friday’s opening night performance, bringing back the powerfully influential century-old tale this season with high prospects. An entrancing story depicting passion, deceit and...continue reading




Boston Ballet presents ‘Kaleidoscope’, a colorful array of performances

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Boston Ballet presented its first mixed repertory program* of this season. “Kaleidoscope,”* featured four works by the most influential choreographers of the 20th century. The four works performed were “Kammermusik No.2,” “Pas de Quatre,” “The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude” and “Gaîté Parisienne.” Each one was distinct yet they worked cohesively as a repertoire, representing a...continue reading