Joan of Arc

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Bigger — and better

Metropolis just keeps growing.
The new, ‘complete’ Metropolis
By JEFFREY GANTZ  |  June 04, 2010

A modest epic tale

What beautiful voices and music in this event. Steven Jobe’s Joan of Arc: An Opera In Three Acts is at once ambitious and quite modest, but vocally and musically it remains a pleasure throughout its three brief acts at the Blackstone River Theater in Cum
Steven Jobe’s haunting Joan of Arc
By BILL RODRIGUEZ  |  May 21, 2010

Review: The Girl on the Train

Here in this country, we’re familiar with the practice of pinning a crime on a member or members of another race.
The truth gets sidetracked in Téchiné’s Train
By PETER KEOUGH  |  April 30, 2010

Take the fifth

Among the issues you'll see tackled at the Camden International Film Festival this year are poverty, overfishing, peak oil, and the plight (and/or) ambition of children who grow up too quickly.
The Camden International Film Festival hits a half-decade, with momentum building
By CHRISTOPHER GRAY  |  September 25, 2009

Bat girl

The strange world of Bat for Lashes is a lot like ours
Kapow! Bat for Lashes conquers darkness with Two Suns
By DANIEL BROCKMAN  |  April 24, 2009

Alive and well

The seventh annual Independent Film Festival of Boston
The seventh annual Independent Film Festival of Boston
By  |  April 17, 2009


Review: Invisible Girlfriend

Does this documentary from David Redmon and Ashley Sabin exploit its subject? You'll be tempted to say yes.
By BRETT MICHEL  |  April 17, 2009

January 2008

Monthly forecast
By SYMBOLINE DAI  |  December 31, 2007

Reclaiming women’s rights to protest

The female presence in the War on Terror is — if you’ll forgive me — surging.
Not in our name
By MEGAN GRUMBLING  |  June 20, 2007

Music and fashion

Since it turns out that the Evil Empire actually does suck this year, let’s start this summer preview off with Joe Boyd’s famous Faustian bargain
Summer theater brings exposure to new and old
By MEGAN GRUMBLING  |  June 13, 2007

Sound effects

Indie-music fans in hoodies and beards were waiting to get into the subterranean theater.
Keiji Haino, MIT's List Visual Arts Center, through July 8, 2007
By GREG COOK  |  May 22, 2007



Plus, Ed Ruscha and Raymond Pettibon in Worcester
Cameron Jamie grapples with Michael Jackson, hot-dog eating contests, and cranky Klauses at MIT
By GREG COOK  |  May 18, 2007

The Devil’s Rejects

There aren’t many rap groups whose lyrics are laced with images of holy shrines, rivers flowing with honey, the execution of Joan of Arc, Area 51, and various demented murder scenes.
Necronomicon/Dynasty Musik
By MATTHEW M. BURKE  |  August 29, 2006

Cex machine

Detroit’s cartoonish thug MCs Insane Clown Posse have an unexpected admirer in Rjyan Kidwell, a/k/a Baltimore-based laptop improv artist Cex. Cex, "Jump Off a Bridge" (mp3)
Rjyan Kidwell’s campaign to repeal repression
By TONY WARE  |  August 08, 2006

Variety show

James Levine completed his second season as the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s music director with another riveting though not-quite polished evening of Schoenberg and Beethoven.
James Levine at the BSO, Ewa Podles, Gunther Schuller’s jazz, Ben Zander’s Elgar, Russell Sherman’s Mozart, Opera Boston’s Chabrier, Boston Baroque’s Purcell  
By LLOYD SCHWARTZ  |  March 08, 2006

Growing Maine culture

A look back at the highlights of the decade
A look back at the highlights of the decade
By KEN GREENLEAF  |  January 01, 1900