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Rehearsing "Moby-Dick."

Sing me Ishmael

Dave Malloy, who turned ‘War and Peace’ into a musical, takes on Melville’s classic novel 'Moby-Dick'

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CAST OF SIX

Fall into art

A sampling of the season’s best in local music, theater, and visual arts

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The Donkey Show Butterflies fall over the crowd.

Last dance, last chance

Curtain coming down on the immersive, disco-insistent ‘Donkey Show’ after a decade-long run at A.R.T.

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David Goel '93 and Stacey Goel

A far-reaching gift to the arts

$100M donation from David E. ’93 and Stacey L. Goel will enable Harvard to imagine a 21st-century research and performance center in Allston

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Jo Yang in rehearsal, diving underwater.

Song of the sea

‘Endlings’ playwright imagines lives both similar to and different from her own

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Patrice Naiambana and Tuwaine Barrett in Barber Shop Chronicles.

Stage-worthy shop talk

Traveling England and Africa, Inua Ellams developed the setting for a play that elevates human voices

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Stephen Spinella and Dan Butler as Andy Warhol and Truman Capote in the new A.R.T. production, “WARHOLCAPOTE," which draws from 75 hours of taped conversations between the two men.

Echoes of Capote and Warhol

In new A.R.T. play, a voice coach helps connect how the artists sounded then to the staging of their friendship now

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