A high-heeled Cadillac driver does battle with a sexist film company in the Academy of Music’s original production this month.
Community education, civic engagement, and creative expression come together at Cambridge’s highly regarded American Repertory Theater.
Worcester County stands up for American independence again with countywide reenactments this spring and summer.
A filmmaker explores his race and family history to find that perceptions and identities are often quite fluid.
Romance almost always finds a way, whether in fiction or scholarship. Some enterprising filmmakers are making a very solid case for love and letters.
Out of tragedy, Coexist inspires respect, dignity, and empathy, and showcases the life-changing power of the humanities.
One family’s inheritance illuminates the deep history of New England’s slave-based economies as well as the need for racial healing.
The location of the Boston Nature Center transforms depending on when you look at it. A partnership we funded unearthed the full picture.
Six previously incarcerated women put their lived experiences on stage in a play showing at Fort Point Theater Channel.
The African American experience of 20th century life is captured in The Emancipated Century, a staged reading series of August Wilson’s plays.