Boston Opera House
This October’s performance was inspired by the success of last year’s autism-friendly Lion King play.
A special performance of The Lion King is aimed to create a “judgment free” environment for people with autism.
This spring, take a humorous look at Mormonism, an intelligent look at racism or a whimsical look at a princess in Boston theaters.
As 2013 comes to a close, it is time to look back on some of the year’s best theater productions in Boston.
One of the most popular musicals in years is returning to Boston.
Boston is one of the best cities in the world for classical music performance venues.
Some of the best shows of the spring are only running for a few weeks or even days, so be sure to check out the best shows to see this spring. Check them out before they’re gone.
These are some of the hottest gigs hitting Boston in the first half of 2013, memory makers that are sure to induce those electrified goosebumps all over again.
People from around the world have made their homes in Boston, bringing languages together through the thread that ties them all together: English in America. To accomplish bilingual immersion, many cultural experiences are beloved extracurricular activities because they work to bring language and culture together in ways kids actually enjoy. These are the best Boston has to offer.
Noah Parets of Sharon will be performing as Billy Elliot.