Lark Rise To Candleford
Wednesday at 8 on WGBX 44
Online and on Sundays at 9pm on WGBH 2
Sunday at 9pm on WGBH 2
Thursday at 9:30pm on WGBH 2
On-demand at Classical New England
Sunday on WGBH2
Sunday, 9pm on WGBH 2
Sunday, 9pm on WGBH 2
Relive pivotal moments from this wildly popular Masterpiece Classic series, and get insight into the characters from writer Julian Fellowes and the actors who bring Downton to life.
CALLIE CROSSLEY SHOW
Theater-goers won't want to miss this long-awaited performance of Eugene O'Neill's powerful examination of family, and families won't want to miss a night of delight under the Big Top.
PASSOVER RADIO DRAMA
A true story is brought to the stage of a gay teenager who sued his high school in 1980 to bring his boyfriend to the prom.
Ballet that reveals the pure essence of the dance, circus acrobats without the fanfare and a play about a painting and its inherent value.
From contemporary sculpture to knitting bombers, ballet to Sondheim theater, or even an afternoon of Broadway love songs, Bostonians will find something appealing this weekend.
The drama, passion, and transformation of the Masterpiece Classic series is reflected in the film's soundtrack, written by John Lunn.
Three friends channel the spirit of the Schubertiade at American Repertory Theater, partying with the piece of music you'd least expect.
Kim McLarin takes in the new production of Porgy and Bess” at Cambridge’s American Repertory Theater with the question “Why now?” and finds a surprising answer in the company’s new version of the 75-year-old opera.
Mark Your Calendar
Leonard Bernstein's problematic masterpiece bows at the Huntington.
Sunday at 6:30pm on 99.5 All Classical
At risk of losing his estate to pay family medical bills, Robert (David Morrissey) travels to Manchester seeking work. There, he chances to meet Sarah (Anna Maxwell Martin), and they have a drink together. Penelope Wilton also stars.
Guest blogger S. Pearl Sharp reflects on the original For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf had on the black community when it debuted as a stage play over 30 years ago.
The hits and the highlights from WGBH
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