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LOWELL Year Zero is a deceptively simple story that pulls together themes of family responsibility, the bonds of friendship and complexities of the immigrant experience. The play, by Michael Golamco, at the Merrimack Repertory Theatre through Oct.   Read More >>
 
It's been years coming, but Lowell finally has a downtown movie theater again with the opening on Saturday of the Luna Theater within Mill No. 5's interior streetscape at 250 Jackson St. The new space for independent films, theater and live music features seating for 80 in a combination of luxurious red armchairs and countertop seating.   Read More >>
 
Liz McCartney has played some of Broadway's most beguiling divas from Carlotta in Phantom of the Opera to Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd to Ursula in Disney's The Little Mermaid. But up until now, she's never played a part at North Shore Music Theatre in Beverly, where she spent countless happy hours seeing shows with her family while growing up in Chelmsford.   Read More >>
 
WESTFORD -- The Westford Historical Society and Museum theme for the next year will be "Parker Village and Beyond -- Celebration of the People and Places of the Village both Past to Present." Kicking off the theme on Sunday, Sept.   Read More >>
 
LOWELL -- Tom Gill and the Brush Art Gallery and Studios have something in common. Both began their artistic adventures in 1982. And since then, both have grown and flourished. Gill's work is featured in a new exhibit Grand Smoke: The Art of Tom Gill at the Brush Sept.   Read More >>
 
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LOWELL -- Merrimack Repertory Theatre is known for staging smart, compelling plays that entertain and illuminate contemporary social issues.   Read More >>
 
Jimmy Tingle is witty, wise and so darn funny that audiences feel energized at the end of his show even if they've laughed themselves to the brink of exhaustion during the performance. Tingle brings his "Making Comic Sense" show to the Chelmsford Center for the Arts on Saturday, Sept.   Read More >>
 
He's been gone for 111 years, but James McNeill Whistler is ready for his close-up. The Lowell-born artist, who painted one of the world's most well-known paintings ("Arrangement in Grey and Black No.   Read More >>
 
Ogunquit Playhouse welcomes fall with the bewitching musical comedy The Witches of Eastwick, playing the seacoast theater Sept. 3-27.   Read More >>
 
Young refugees who came to Lowell and made their homes here are featured in Their Stories: Lowell's Youth and the Refugee Experience, a new exhibit at the Lowell National Historical Park's Mogan Cultural Center.   Read More >>
 
 

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