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Broadway in Boston: 'Hamilton' is coming in...  The waiting is the hardest part. "Hamilton" doesn’t get to Boston until Sept. 2018, but when the smash Broadway musical lands on the Opera House stage, it will be the hottest ticket in town.The national tour of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s blockbuster – a hip-hop musical about our Founding Fathers – is the crown jewel of the 2017-2018 Broadway in Boston season, which was announced Monday night. The production will settle in for two months, running from Sept. [...]

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Stay Tuned: Mommy issues on ‘The... In the spinoff, “The Blacklist: Redemption,” a group of former master criminals join forces to do good under the leadership of Susan “Scottie” Hargrave (Famke Jannsen). Tom Keen (Ryan Eggold), who is trying to settle into domesticity with Liz (Megan Boone) and their baby Agnes over on “The Blacklist,” agrees to work for Scottie. According to the inscrutable Red (James Spader), Scottie is Tom’s mother but she doesn’t know it.Now that [...]

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Actors sharpen their circus skills for musical... When America’s leading circus announced - just weeks before rehearsals began on Moonbox Productions’ presentation of the circus-themed musical "Barnum" -  that it would be closing for good this spring, the irony of the timing was not lost on the show’s director and choreographer, Rachel Bertone."I found it very uncanny that Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus was shutting down just as we were about to begin work on ‘Barnum,' [...]

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PET OF THE WEEK: Meet Murphy NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH — Meet the North Attleboro Animal Shelter's pet of the week, Murphy."Hi, it's me, Murphy. I am still looking for my forever home. I know my forever family is out there. If you are reading this, please stop by the shelter to meet me. I love walks and being outside. If we aren't outside, I love to play. My favorite thing to do is get a toy and nudge it towards you with my nose for you to throw. I was found alone in Mason field. For some reason, my family didn't [...]

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Tenors and baritones will face off in Worcester... There are duels, and then there are jewels.In the case of "Affairs of the Heart: A Musical Duel of Tenors and Baritones," a show making its United States debut at Mechanics Hall in Worcester on Friday, the dueling will feature some of the most popular classic vocal jewels in the musical repertoire. Six internationally known tenors and baritones, as well as coloratura soprano Olga Lisovskaya and pianist Victoria Ulanovskaya, will be joined for the performance in Mechanics [...]

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Dance: Boston Ballet shows its diversity with... The Boston Ballet taught an unexpected history lesson Friday evening at the Opera House. In one program, our dance class transitioned from ballet to modern, illuminated by works of Balanchine, Kylián and Ekman.It was an evening of vigorous athleticism, lots of theater and humor, and surprisingly little ballet, highlighting the far-ranging versatility of the Mikko [...]

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Music review: Allah-Las bring 1960s guitar... Allah-Las are the Los Angeles quartet that is devoted to reveling in the kind of delectable guitar sounds that characterized rock ’n’ roll in the 1960s, but with some updated enhancements. Saturday night they provided an 80-minute time capsule trip back to those days of six-string sonic exploration and psychedelia before a giddy crowd of about 300 fans at Brighton Music Hall in Boston.Allah-Las began in 2008, with Miles [...]

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MOVIE REVIEW: 'Wilson" an odd, rambling... Woody Harrelson plays a goofy misfit who just can't stop talking.

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MOVIE REVIEW: 'T2 Trainspotting' delivers a... British director Danny Boyle's sequel to 1996's wildly exuberant exploration of the drug culture in Scotland has all the original players, but not much of a plot.

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MOVIE REVIEW: Raunchy 'CHiPs' offers a few laughs This big screen version of “CHiPs,” the NBC motorcycle cop series that ran from 1977 to 1983, is mostly funny, in a juvenile way.

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MOVIE REVIEW: 'Son of Joseph' loaded with humor... “The Son of Joseph” is a clever retelling of the Nativity set in modern-day Paris, complete with an ass treading across sand and an unconventional family headed by Joseph and Mary.

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Taste of MetroWest winners announced FRAMINGHAM - The winners of the Taste of MetroWest, held at the Framingham Sheraton Hotel & Conference Center March 21, have been announced. Click here to see photos from the event or here to see a video of the fun evening.The winners are: Best Beverage: The VERVE – Crowne Plaza [...]

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Framingham actor Joseph Marrella stars in... Novelist and screenwriter Ayad Akhtar’s first play, “Disgraced” – winner of the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for drama, a 2015 Tony Award nominee for best play, and the most-produced play in America in the 2015–2016 season – was one of the Huntington Theatre Company’s most talked-about hits last season.New conversations will likely spring up around the Huntington’s production of Akhtar’s second play, “The Who & the [...]

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‘Idol’ winner Nick Fradiani... His name is familiar because he was the winner on Season 14 of “American Idol,” nabbing the top spot after belting out “Beautiful Life,” a song written for him by Dashboard Confessional’s Chris Carrabba. Since that May, 2015, victory, Nick Fradiani, a Connecticut native and Wheaton College graduate, has gone on to record the 2016 album “Hurricane” and is currently laying down new tracks for his next project. Fradiani is also doing a number of [...]

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THEATER REVIEW: 'Topdog/Underdog' keeps us... BOSTON — Topdog/Underdog” by Suzan-Lori Parks, gives us an intriguing view of how two poor, black brothers live together with virtually nothing. But we’re not sure that some of things they talk about really happened. We’re left with a lingering doubt, which makes this play really intriguing.The play reached Broadway in 2002 when its author received the Pulitzer Prize for Drama for it. Parks was the first black woman to be given the award. She also was [...]

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Art Garfunkel to play Memorial Hall in Plymouth PLYMOUTH -- Art Garfunkel will play a concert at Memorial Hall on May 20.Garfunkel is best known for his long partnership with Paul Simon. The two first teamed up for a sixth-grade presentation of "Alice in Wonderland'' in New York City..They began singing and playing guitar together, scoring their first hit in 1957, "Hey, Schoolgirl,'' as Tom & Jerry.From from 1965 to 1971, they had a dozen Top-40 hits, including "The Sound of Silence,'' "The Boxer" "Mrs. [...]

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Americana group Annie & The Beekeepers in... Cape Cod native Annie Lynch will reunite with her band the Beekeepers when they perform at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Rose Garden Coffeehouse in Mansfield. Opening the show will be Fall River's Mike Laureanno, a singer-songwriter who was a finalist in the coffeehouse's annual contest in 2014.

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THINK SPRING: Annual Boston Flower Show... BOSTON – With crocuses buried under snow, the pink and purple carpet of flowers is a burst of color and reminder that spring is coming."I wanted the colors to flow together, but also to pop," said Joseph Gray, whose landscape is the first one visitors see when they enter The Boston Flower & Garden Show, which runs through Sunday at Seaport World Trade Center.Gray’s landscape goes above and beyond the show theme: [...]

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THE BEER NUT: Barleycorn's brew-your-own in... After 20 years, Barleycorn's Craft Brew, a Natick and Massachusetts brewing institution, has announced it is closing.Owner Dan Eng wrote on the company’s Facebook page that the business will close in May.For those who don’t know, Barleycorn’s is a place where people could brew batches of their own beer. Eng provided numerous recipes for customers, or people could brew their own recipes.Barleycorn’s also hosted professional [...]

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Everybody's back on track for 'T2: Trainspotting' Very few sequels have turned out to be better than the films from which they sprang. The ones that come to mind (without me resorting to Google) are “Terminator 2,” “Toy Story 2,” “Aliens,” “The Wrath of Khan,” and “The Road Warrior.” Now add to that list “T2: Trainspotting,” the first sequel made by director Danny Boyle. But although Boyle, along with his semi-regular screenwriter John Hodge, created the [...]

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