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Hear Jared's reviews of performance, music, film and art around Boston on 89.7 WGBH's Morning Edition, and take notes on what you shouldn't miss this weekend.
Every weekend at Jacob's Pillow highlights a renowned dance company — it’s almost impossible to have a bad experience. Get the highlights from WGBHArts.
Sometimes scrappy, sometimes studious, the offerings were a wonderful reminder that “the arts” aren’t just something to experience in stately museums and theaters, but rather are happening all around us all the time.
Ballet is likely to keep pondering those questions a long time, and opening night of the performance was a testament to another unchanging truth: Boston loves ballet.
Back in October, New Republic dance critic Jennifer Homans suggested that ballet was dead. She couldn’t have known that she would set off a fire storm of response. Alicia Anstead examines the resonance of The Nutcracker.