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Disco Donna and cast in an energetic performance of the hit Hot Stuff.

‘Summer: The Musical’ brings hot stuff to Boston

Sarah Lukowski and Emily Dempsey March 1, 2022

1970s pop sensation Donna Summer was a girl from Boston who started in a gospel choir and rose to become the disco queen. The Emerson Colonial Theatre is giving Bostonians a chance to catch a glimpse into...

‘Fiddler on the Roof’ cast sticks to tradition in lively show

‘Fiddler on the Roof’ cast sticks to tradition in lively show

Morgan Hume March 4, 2020

Whether you’ve seen it once or 100 times, you’ll be humming the famous tunes while exiting the theater after seeing this classic musical. The touring cast of “Fiddler on the Roof” reached Boston...

The limit does not exist for how much entertainment Mean Girls the musical brings

The limit does not exist for how much entertainment ‘Mean Girls’ the musical brings

Morgan Hume and Sarah Turley February 5, 2020

The Plastics made their way from North Shore High to the Citizens Bank Opera House as the musical “Mean Girls,” based off the film of the same name, on Jan. 29. “Mean Girls” the musical is based...

Carole King’s humble beginnings explored at Boston Opera House

Carole King’s humble beginnings explored at Boston Opera House

Morgan Hume and Sarah Lukowski February 6, 2019

For decades, Carole King has been known for her sweet voice and solo albums, but few people know the story of her younger days as a songwriter, where she wrote tunes that climbed to the top of the Billboard...

Popular Brodway Musical ‘Sister Act’ is remembered at the Opera House

February 13, 2013

Dan Olson  Journal Staff The Broadway hit-musical Sister Act was performed in Boston at the Opera House through the weekend of Feb. 3.  Fans of the original 1992 film starring Whoopi Goldberg were...

Suffolk professor appearing on WGBH program

February 24, 2010

Article by: Ethan Long When WGBH first signed on in 1951, composer Aaron Copland told those listening in that it was "heartening to know that a station is now on the air broadcasting programs designed...

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