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  • Lewis museum's 'Hateful Things' exhibit of Jim Crow-era artifacts is provocative – and relevant

    Lewis museum's 'Hateful Things' exhibit of Jim Crow-era artifacts is provocative – and relevant

    Prepare to be appalled by the artifacts on view in the “Hateful Things” exhibit. Who wouldn’t be? It may be that you’re offended by the metal bank from the 1920s of an African man with stereotypical facial features and his hand outstretched. Feed the bank coins, and the man’s eyes roll back. Or...

  • An up-close and updated 'Sweeney Todd' at Rep Stage

    An up-close and updated 'Sweeney Todd' at Rep Stage

    That conflicted slicer is back, dispensing his peculiar brand of justice with wicked, if ever so tuneful, abandon, in a lean revival of “Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street” at Rep Stage. Stephen Sondheim’s brilliant musical, inspired by a Victorian-era potboiler, has never lost its...

  • Backstage at the Everyman Theatre

    Backstage at the Everyman Theatre

    “Dancing At Lughnasa” is a nostalgic look at a family of five unmarried sisters in 1936 Ireland. The Mundy sisters are caring for their older brother, Jack, a Catholic priest who was sent home under suspicious circumstances after ministering in Africa for 25 years. Their story is narrated by Michael,...

  • A sensitive revival of 'Dancing at Lughnasa' from Everyman Theatre

    A sensitive revival of 'Dancing at Lughnasa' from Everyman Theatre

    Early in “Dancing at Lughnasa,” the finely textured memory play by Brian Friel receiving an effective revival at Everyman Theatre, the narrator sets the scene — a rural Irish home shared by his relatives in the summer of 1936. “Even though I was only a child of 7 at the time,” he says, “I had a...

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