Boston Performing Arts

With its large population of academics and intellectuals, Boston has its share of discerning moviegoers and movie houses, especially in Brookline and Cambridge. Theaters at suburban malls and in Downtown may have better screens, if less adventurous fare. The Boston Globe has daily listings in the "Living/Arts" section; the Boston Herald Friday "Scene" section and the Improper Bostonian

"Movies" section list films for the week. Movies cost $9–$13. Many theaters have half-price matinees, often rescinded during the opening run of a major film.

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American Repertory Theater

Founded by Robert Brustein and since 2009 under the helm of Tony Award–winning director Diane Paulus, the ART is one of America’s...

Berklee Performance Center

The main stage for the internationally renowned Berklee College of Music, the "BPC" is best known for its jazz and pop programs, but...

Blue Hills Bank Pavilion

Up to 5,000 people gather on the waterfront in a huge white tent for breathtaking summertime concerts. National headliners–-such as...

Boch Center

Formerly the Citi Performing Arts Center, the renamed Boch Center is a performance-space complex dedicated to large-scale productions...

BosTix

This Ticketmaster outlet has two locations that sell half-price tickets for same-day performances and for select advance shows online.

Boston Ballet

The city's premier dance company performs at the Boston Opera House. Shows have included Romeo & Juliet , classic Balanchine, and...

Boston Baroque

Founded by conductor Martin Pearlman as "Banchetto Musicale" in 1974, Boston Baroque showcases soloists and guest musicians in precision...

Boston Camerata

Founded in 1954, Boston Camerata has achieved international celebrity, thanks to its passionate commitment and popular recordings. Its...

Boston Cecilia

Founded in 1876, this choral group is especially noted for period-instrument performances of Handel and Bach, and works by undersung...

Boston Center for the Arts

Comprising more than a dozen quirky resident, emerging, and visiting troupes in six performance areas—two in the Calderwood Pavilion...

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