Boston is typically the first choice for eastern Mass. theater-goers. However, the surrounding area has plenty of theaters, so viewers can avoid traffic and try something new.
This week’s Jay Talking man-on-the street video asks the question, ‘would you rather watch a movie in a theater on a high end home set-up.’ Check out the kid with the three-hundred inch television. Pass the popcorn!
Three theater chains are looking at creating an area where movie goers can stay connected while watching a film. Is it OK to text at movie theaters? Or should there be a designated area for people to stay connected?
From post-revolutionary plays featuring rockabilly music to Shakespearean classics, the best directors in Boston have treats for theatergoers this spring.
Digital is not only the future it is the present, forcing small-town movie theaters like the Peterborough Community Theatre to modernize or roll up the red carpet.
Looking to get your fix of art in Boston on this Halloween? Check out some of the best arts that Boston has to offer.
The tragedy in Colorado was on the minds of Boston area movie patrons, but it didn’t deter them from seeing the highly anticipated film “The Dark Knight Rises.”
Boston’s numerous theater productions are so profound because of the exceptional actors that frequent them. From award winners and national favorites to local secrets, there are great actors to be seen at any given time in Boston.
Euclid Joseph Peltier, affectionately known as “Ed,” was honored at a most inspiring memorial service a few days back.
Erik Sanko and Jessica Grindstaff, the Phantom Limb Company’s founders and co-artistic directors, recently talked with CBSBoston.com about the inspiration for the production, their trip to Antarctica, and working with puppets.