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Newton native’s first play may lack a stage, but not an all-star cast

A virtual performance of Rob Ulin's "Judgment Day" will star Jason Alexander and Patti LuPone.

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In online dance classes, no one can see you miss a step

It's never been easier to take a dance class online, and turn your kitchen into your impromptu dance studio

Live theater returns to the Berkshires in a changed world

Health safeguards reflected a new reality since the last time live theater was performed in the Berkshires, but audiences for "Godspell" and "Harry Clarke" were happy to be back.

SpeakEasy launches podcast of new work by Boston playwrights

First up: MJ Halberstadt's "The Usual Unusual."

In his new podcast, Mike Birbiglia and guests are creating comedy in real time

The Massachusetts native, who is also juggling a virtual book tour and writing a one-man show, hasn't had much down time away from the stage.

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Livestream set for Commonwealth Shakespeare Company’s ‘The Tempest’

The cast was scheduled to perform the play on Boston Common this summer before COVID-19 intervened.

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Please dance ‘Swan Lake’ in your bathtub

Boston Ballet's Viktorina Kapitonova is one of 27 elite dancers worldwide who filmed themselves dancing Swan Lake in their bathtubs for this unusual short BBC Arts film

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A meeting of past, present, and future in Huntington’s ‘Dream Boston’

Series of short radio dramas by local playwrights envisioning a post-pandemic Boston is partly shaped by racial justice movement.