Performing & Recorded Arts

A New Chapter for Harvard Arts

The Office for the Arts turns 50, and its longtime director steps down.

by Lydialyle Gibson

Dominica’s “Bouyon” Star

Musician “Shelly” Alfred’s indigenous Caribbean sound

by Jose Alison Kentish

Quantum Leaps

Ballerina and quantum physicist Merritt Moore ’11 connects humans and machines.

by Nina Pasquini

Vacationing with a Purpose

New England “summer camps” for adults

by Nell Porter Brown

Spellbound on Stage

Actor and young adult novelist Aislinn Brophy

by Lydialyle Gibson

No Sleepy Coastal Town

Visiting Portsmouth in winter

by Nell Porter Brown

Behind the Scenes

The quirky surrealism of production designer Sue Chan

by Stuart Miller

Boston Baroque at 50

The early music orchestra offers holiday and other concerts this season

by Nell Porter Brown

Reviving Black Classical Music

Pianist Gerry Bryant highlights black composers.

by Max J. Krupnick

#MeToo Meets Mt. Olympus

A new play at the A.R.T. provides a modern take on ancient mythologies   

by Max J. Krupnick

Getting His Reps in

Anwar Floyd-Pruitt’s wildly profuse art

by Lydialyle Gibson