Upcoming concerts, shows, performances in theater, music, dance, art, and television.
Chris Evans, a Sudbury native, was on hand Saturday for the opening and dedication of a permanent home for Concord Youth Theatre, his childhood theatre company.
This week’s picks from Globe critics.
The British singer’s adventurousness was on full display in a riotously fun stage show.
A comedy by Lindsay Joelle follows two young Hasidic men on a journey through the streets of Manhattan in a “mitzvah tank.’’
It’s a Thing
Michael Andor Brodeur’s review of the week online.
Cows, classic rock, and décor at Easteigh Farm this weekend
The Hungarian-born soloist led works by Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, and Bartók.
Founder Benjamin Zander presided over performances of Mozart, Brahms, and Bartók.
A recent graduate of the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Nelson majored in painting and art history, two fields of study that have fueled her creative process.
TV Critic’s Corner
Colbert has become the highest-rated late-night host since he signed on for five years as David Letterman’s successor in 2015.
The “Ant-Man” actor plays a man face-to-face with his own clone in the low-key Netflix dramedy, now streaming.
Pretty much the entire month of October is Halloween around town. Make the most of it.
TV Critic’s Corner
It’s a cute bit, as they say, although the fact that a New England Patriot is in a scene involving a spa may trigger a raised eyebrow or two.
The legendary museum cut a narrow line through art history. It now cuts a broader swath, with more to come.
the story behind the book | kate tuttle
The author will appear in conversation with Joanna Rakoff on Wednesday evening at Belmont Books.
new england literary news | nina maclaughlin
The latest news from around the New England literary scene
Alexandra Jacobs’s new biography fleshes out our picture of the raspy-voiced actress and singer, who died in 2014 at 89.
@LARGE | Michael Andor Brodeur
Screenshots have become a fundamental unit of currency in the Full Disclosure economy.
When touring productions and performers finish up at the theater, they leave some artwork behind.
“Full Throttle” is Joe Hill’s new collection of 13 sinister tales, two of which he wrote with his father, Stephen King.
The travel writer offers a complex, contradictory, empathetic picture of Mexico that couldn’t be more vital.
Things to Do
The Globe's picks for the best ways to spend your weekend.
The adaptation of popular Nickelodeon series is relentlessly goofy and exuberant.
Karl Blossfeldt’s plant studies are the launching point for the new show.
If there is a single theme that has dominated the fall season — in dramas ranging from “King Lear” to “The Prince of Providence” — it is the getting, using, and misusing of power.
South Korean filmmaking master Bong Joon-ho delivers his funniest, most biting, and bleakest work to date.
Doc Talk | Peter Keough
A preview of three upcoming documentaries
The concert scene is better than ever at the state’s largest art museums.
Debuting Nov. 12, Disney+ wants to be the new lion king of streaming.
In the past, he resisted calling himself a comic, but that’s changed on his new tour.
It’s his second period piece, after “The Witch” (2015).
The jazz virtuoso comes to town with his all-star Trilogy trio, one of his myriad projects.
Coming up: the Boston Palestine Film Festival and Boston Asian American Film Festival.
A review of the documentary “Jim Allison: Breakthrough.”
The “Hunger Games” actress and her fiance, art gallery worker Cooke Maroney, are tying the knot at a “swanky venue” in Rhode Island this weekend in front of 150 guests after being engaged for eight months.
Native American playwright Larissa FastHorse says her satire is drawn from “all of these bizarre, crazy, offensive, strange experiences I encounter as an indigenous person in contemporary society.”
Under Brown’s leadership, Berklee expanded through Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood and beyond, opening a campus in Valencia, Spain, and merging with the neighboring Boston Conservatory.
The Museum of African American History and Harvard’s Cooper Gallery showcase jazz photography.
Born in apartheid Rhodesia, the dancer and choreographer says a need to “prove black African humanity” drives all of her work.
The Cambridge native has dropped the price on the four-bedroom, 4½-bathroom Greek Revival plantation in Riceboro, Ga., he’s owned since 2003.
Stages | Terry Byrne
Lydia R. Diamond’s play gets a staging at Hibernian Hall.
In the documentary “Midnight Travler,” an Afghan family chronicles its flight to Europe.
TV Critic’s Corner
“Sunnyside” has had the lowest ratings of any NBC show this fall. The final season of “Will & Grace” had been due next year but instead will premiere Oct. 24.
The Amazon anthology series, based on the New York Times column, is a charming collection of small stories about the very many faces of love.
Two of bossa nova’s longtime ambassadors, representing multiple generations of the music, will share the stage at the Berklee Performance Center.
Its ambitious set combined sound collage and Justin Vernon’s trademark falsetto vocals with an elaborate state-of-the-art light show.