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STAGE REVIEW

A fallen entrepreneur reconnects with the community she left behind in ‘Fabulation’

Lyndsay Allyn Cox stars as a high-flying, high-powered New York publicist brought down to earth in Lynn Nottage’s “Fabulation or, The Re-Education of Undine” at Lyric Stage Company.

Chita Rivera brings Broadway to Worcester

On Friday, she will talk about her 70-year career with pianist and interviewer Seth Rudetsky and sing some tunes at the BrickBox Theater.

STAGES

With a pair of premieres, Moonbox showcases local playwrights to start its season

Kevin Cirone’s “The Good Deli” and ElizaBeth Peters’s “Jonathan,” running in repertory through Oct. 2, are the result of the theater company's mission to bring new work to the stage.

It takes two to play the one-and-only Tina Turner

In Boston, Naomi Rodgers and Zurin Villanueva will share the title role in "Tina: The Tina Turner Musical," and both are welcoming the challenge of pushing each other to new heights. Even Tina Turner herself is in awe.

STAGE REVIEW

Ideology and personality prove a combustible combination in ‘Heroes of the Fourth Turning’

A reunion of Catholic conservatives turns into a polemical showdown in Will Arbery's play at SpeakEasy Stage Company.

FALL ARTS PREVIEW

10 shows to see in a robust season at the theater

Highlights include "Joe Turner's Come and Gone" at the newly renovated Huntington Theatre, Mikhail Baryshnikov in "The Orchard," the musicals "Matilda" and "Tina," and a #MeToo take on "Dracula."

FALL ARTS PREVIEW

Comedian Nate Bargatze is no ordinary everyman

His brand of humor has made Bargatze, a co-winner of the Boston Comedy Festival’s stand-up competition a dozen years ago, more popular than ever. He comes to the Wang Theatre for two shows in November.

FALL ARTS PREVIEW

In ‘Fabulation’ at Lyric Stage, a Black woman must lose everything before finding herself

Lyndsay Allyn Cox gets to bring the character of Undine Barnes to life in “Fabulation,” which kicks off Lyric Stage Company of Boston’s season, starting Sept. 16.