Feb21 THRU Feb 24
Experience the New England Premiere of this French theatrical piece that combines aerial circus, dance and cinema that tells a tale of dystopian rebellion running at the Cutler Majestic Feb. 20-24.
A New England premiere, this dark theatrical piece with no dialogue spins the tale of a rebellion involving flightless angels and humans who have survived a global catastrophe. Directed by Raphaëlle Boitel.
MBTA: Green Line to Boylston. Feb. 20-24. $10-$95. See website for complete details.
Feb21 THRU Mar 2
Presented by Festival Theater, this world premiere questions power dynamics when two young actresses are cast in a New York play that requires nudity. Directed by A. Nora Long.
Bare Stage, making its world premiere, strips away the spotlight and the glamour of theater as it tackles power imbalances and artistic freedom in the performing arts. Written by Massachusetts playwright Michael Walker, the drama focuses on a Broadway-bound show penned by a rising male director. When Kate and Rachel are cast to join the chorus of actors who will appear nude throughout the show, the women hit a vulnerable crossroads and must weigh the power of artistic agency and their own privacy. Shed your expectations when Bare Stage continues through March 2 at the Boston Center for the Arts’ Plaza Theatre. / Nathan Tavares
Bare Stage Plaza Theatre at the BCA, 539 Tremont St., Boston (617-361-2046) bcaonline.com. MBTA: Orange Line to Back Bay. Through March 2. $40; $30, seniors and students. See website for complete details.
Photo: Kippy Goldfarb / Carolle Photography
Feb21 THRU Mar 3
See this world premiere comedy centered around Art Basel in Miami and mother-daughter relationships at Boston Playwrights’ Theatre running from Feb. 20- Mar. 3.
Boston Playwrights’ Theatre presents this world premiere comedy about an art gallery owner who butts heads with her movie-star mother during Miami’s Art Basel.
MBTA: B Green Line to Pleasant. Feb. 20-March 3. $10-$35. See website for complete details.
Feb21 THRU Mar 17
Catch The Little Foxes at the Lyric Stage, a Post-Civil War Drama directed by Scott Edmiston from Feb. 15- Mar. 17
Lyric Stage presents this drama set in the post-Civil War South about a wealthy woman who hatches a plan with her brothers to cheat the poor—until her husband gets in the way. Directed by Scott Edmiston.
MBTA: Orange Line to Back Bay. Feb. 15-March 17. $25-$71. See website for complete details.
Tenor Wes Hunter serenades with show tunes during ‘They Say It’s Wonderful’ at Club Cafe on Feb. 25.
Cabaret crooner Wes Hunter chronicles his experience coming out as the son of a Baptist preacher in this performance featuring gender-bending show tunes.
They Say It’s Wonderful 209 Columbus Ave., Boston (617-536-0966) clubcafe.com. MBTA: Orange Line to Back Bay. Feb. 25, 7 pm. $20.
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