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D'Angelo's 'Black Messiah' is a Transcendent Comeback Album

By Jason St. Amand | Dec 20
Earlier this week, R&B genius D'Angelo shockingly released his third album "Black Messiah" with little warning. Not only did it surprise the world, simply because it exists, but it also turns out to be one of the best records since his 2000 opus "Voodoo."

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'Sandra Bernhard Is #Blessed' Hits Joe's Pub For New Year's Eve

By Winnie McCroy | Dec 20
The inimitable Sandra Bernhard returns to Joe's Pub at The Public with her all new show, "Sandra Bernhard is #blessed," as part of her annual year-end residency, which starts December 26 and leads up to her New Year's Eve spectacle.

Theatre Review :: Irving Berlin's White Christmas

By Kilian Melloy | Dec 19
Big numbers, excellent dance, and endless glamor make this a "White Christmas" to remember.

Theatre Review :: Necessary Monsters

By Robert Nesti | Dec 19
"Necessary Monsters" has a lot going on in it; too bad much of it is jumbled and lacking much coherence.

Theatre Review :: Jesus Christ, It's Christmas!

By Robert Nesti | Dec 19
"Jesus Christ, It's Christmas!" is a a crazy quilt of satiric jabs, old gags and witty lyrics that taps into the high spirits of the season with joyful ease.

SpeakEasy Offering $25 Tickets Until Midnight

By EDGE | Dec 18
The Speakeasy Stage company is having a One Day Sale, Thursday December 18 with select seats available for only $25. Audience members can save big on tickets to the remaining shows in their 2014-2015 Season, from now until midnight.

A 'Grandy' Occasion :: 'Irving Berlin's White Christmas' Comes to Boston

By Kilian Melloy | Dec 16
What better time than the 60th anniversary of the classic film for the touring production of the 2004 stage musical "Irving Berlin's White Christmas The Musical" to dazzle Boston theatergoers?

Theatre Review :: Meet Me in St. Louis

By Kilian Melloy | Dec 16
There is something archetypically American about "Meet Me in St. Louis," which began as a song in 1904, was fleshed out into a Judy Garland film forty years later, and now graces the stage at Stoneham Theater.

Theatre Review :: The Sleeprunner

By Kilian Melloy | Dec 16
The six thematically linked dance pieces of this full-length, complex dance cycle by Luminarium Dance Company are dynamic examples of somnambulant poetry.

New Ailey Dance Pays Tribute to Civil Rights Icon

By Jocelyn Noveck | Dec 12
It would seem the timing could hardly be more apt for Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater's new civil rights-themed piece, "Odetta," a tribute to the late folk singer often referred to as the voice of the civil rights movement.

BC/EFA's 'Gypsy of the Year" Raises Record Breaking $5 Million Plus

By EDGE | Dec 10
The 26th annual edition of "Gypsy of the Year" raised a record-breaking $5,229,611 for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS thanks to six weeks of fundraising by 64 Broadway, Off-Broadway and national touring companies.

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