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They'll be rock 'n' rolling all weekend long in Nashua, thanks to the Actorsingers and their New Hampshire community theater premier production of Rock of Ages, on stage Oct. 28-30 at the Keefe Center for the Arts, 117 Elm St.   Read More >>
Artists at the Loading Dock Gallery in Lowell take on tough subjects -- themselves -- in Me, Myself, I-dentity, a self-portrait show, on view Nov. 2-27 at their space in Western Avenue Studios, 122 Western Ave.   Read More >>
Photo by Meghan Moore
"Abigail/1702" is not a sequel, exactly, but it didn't start with a new idea. It continues the story of Abigail Williams, the central character in Arthur Miller's 1953 play "The Crucible.   Read More >>
The bright red, Victorian-inspired wallpaper is enticing and inviting. But on closer inspection, it reveals something more sinister -- clenched fists and belt buckles -- the weapons used to harm and hurt victims of domestic violence.   Read More >>
Kevin Massey is the most loveable murderer ever -- or at least he strives for that in his starring role as Monty Navarro in A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder, playing Boston's Citi Performing Arts Center Shubert Theatre Oct. 18-23.   Read More >>
Photo by Meghan Moore
New England's history is steeped in scary ghost stories and haunted traditions -- not the least of which are the terrifying tales that emerged from the Salem witch trials of 1692. Merrimack Repertory Theatre explores that time and what may have happened 10 years after those horrifying events in Abigail/1702, a play by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa that makes its New England premiere here Oct.   Read More >>
"Building a dollhouse is a lot like writing a novel because you are God of the universe," wrote novelist Jill McCorkle. Viewers young and old, both realists and dreamers, get the chance to step into that intriguing miniature universe in The Art and Mystery of the Dollhouse, a new exhibit at the Concord Museum, on view Oct.   Read More >>
Lowell's Whistler House Museum of Art is often called one of the city's "hidden jewels." But the Whistler House and its artists get their time in the spotlight at the State House in the recently opened Artists of Lowell exhibition, on view in the Senate chamber lobby now through Nov. 18.   Read More >>
LOWELL -- Celebrated local artist Vassilios "Bill" Giavis is not retiring. He's merely downsizing. That's according to Jim Dyment, executive director of the Brush Art Gallery and Studios, during a ceremony Saturday honoring the artist.   Read More >>
Frankie Valli paid Aaron DeJesus a terrific compliment when he met him backstage at Jersey Boys in Las Vegas.   Read More >>

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