Trent England’s Solitaire Suite

Told from the point-of-view of Celeste, a young mother who’s traded in her life in the city for a quieter one in suburbia, Solitaire Suite is billed as a play where “The Twilight Zone meets Zoom!” As Celeste and her husband Pete pick up their son Tiger from… continue

Lightning Strikes Thrice

listening to Ella: The Lost Berlin Tapes

The hardest part of enjoying old jazz music—or any old music, really—is coming to terms with the fact that the most prominent, beloved artists of the past will never release new music. There will never be another excited wait for a new album, and there are no new interviews to read or… continue

NEC Chamber Singers Choral Performance

A concert dominated by sacred choral music has the potential to snooze even the most pious listener, but on December ninth, Erica J. Washburn and the New England Conservatory Chamber Singers presented a compelling, pre-recorded selection of works by Black composers… continue

From the Archives: 1999-2021

21 Feb 2011

Oh Yes It Is!

discussing Panto with Matthew Woods
10 Aug 2010

Shipyard Wreckage

a review of HarborArts Outdoor Gallery
16 Jul 2006

Collective Haze

experiencing the exhibit Twin Allegories
01 Apr 2002

Gestural Conviction

Mark Morris Dance Group's V, reviewed