WGBH NewsMay 24, 2018 09:37 PM
Arts This Week: 'Jagged Little Pill,' 'The Wiz,' 'Classic Balanchine'Every week, WGBH News' Arts Editor Jared Bowen highlights the exhibitions, theater, movies and music you should check out in and around Boston.
WGBH NewsMay 17, 2018 11:56 AM
Arts This Week: 'Mardi Gras Indians,' 'Allegiance,' 'Trouble in Tahiti'Every week, WGBH News' Arts Editor Jared Bowen highlights the exhibitions, theater, movies and music you should check out in and around Boston.
WGBH NewsMay 10, 2018 05:33 PM
Arts This Week: 'Paddington Comes to America,' 'Brokelahomo!' 'Angels in America,' 'Three Tall Women'Every week, WGBH News' Arts Editor Jared Bowen highlights the exhibitions, theater, movies and music you should check out in and around Boston.
WGBH NewsApril 27, 2018 05:47 PM
Arts This Week: 'Boston #StandsWithImmigrants,' 'Pathways to Freedom,' 'Anna Christie,' 'Top Girls'This week, Jared Bowen reviews some of the best new theater in Boston and gives us a taste of what's in store for ArtWeek, a 10-day arts festival across Massachusetts featuring works by artists such as photographer Erik Jacobs of "Boston #StandsWithImmigrants" and artist Julia Vogl of "Pathways to Freedom."
Ciku TheuriApril 25, 2018 03:00 PM
Actor Bradley Whitford On Movies, #MeToo And Diversity In HollywoodActor Bradley Whitford, best known for his role as Josh Lyman in "The West Wing," spoke to WGBH's Morning Edition about his new role in "The Handmaid's Tale," the current political climate, and diversity in Hollywood. The transcript below has been edited for clarity.
WGBH NewsApril 19, 2018 01:16 PM
Arts This Week: 'Klimt and Schiele: Drawn,' 'Picturing Frederick Douglass,' 'On Your Feet!'This week, Jared Bowen provides his take on "Klimt and Schiele: Drawn" and "Picturing Frederick Douglass" before heading to the theater for "On Your Feet!", a play based on the music and lives of Emilio and Gloria Estefan.
Maggie PenmanApril 12, 2018 09:52 PM
Nicholas Nixon Exhibit Closing Begs The Question: Can We Separate The Art From The Artist?When Diana Crane heard the Nicholas Nixon retrospective would abruptly close a week and a half ahead of schedule, she rushed over to the Institute of Contemporary Art to see it.
Karen MarshallApril 12, 2018 10:46 AM
Boston In 1968: The Birthplace Of 'Astral Weeks,' A Musical MasterpieceAt 22 years old, Van Morrison had a hit on the radio (Brown Eyed Girl), but he was broke and on the run, searching for his next sound. Landing in Boston, he gathered several groups of local young musicians and formed the sound that would be "Astral Weeks."
WGBH NewsMarch 29, 2018 09:36 AM
Arts This Week: 'Worcester's Leonardo,' 'Chappaquiddick,' 'Isle of Dogs'This week, Jared Bowen delves into "The Mystery of Worcester's Leonardo" at the Worcester Art Museum, and gives his take on the films "Chappaquiddick" and "Isle of Dogs."