Larry Bird’s story is on the big stage 
- Tug Coker has gone to great lengths, even trash-talking with Bird, in order to portray the Celtics legend in the Broadway production of "Magic/Bird."

Larry Bird’s story is on the big stage

- Tug Coker has gone to great lengths, even trash-talking with Bird, in order to portray the Celtics legend in the Broadway production of "Magic/Bird."

Playwright weaves family history into ‘Luck of the Irish’ 
- The details of the play are artistic inventions, but Greenidge’s inspiration was the stratagem her grandparents used as a black couple to buy a house in overwhelmingly white Arlington in 1967.

Playwright weaves family history into ‘Luck of the Irish’

- The details of the play are artistic inventions, but Greenidge’s inspiration was the stratagem her grandparents used as a black couple to buy a house in overwhelmingly white Arlington in 1967.

August Wilson’s voice rings clear and strong in ‘Ma Rainey’ 
- Director Liesl Tommy’s fine production reminds us that “Ma Rainey” is about the sustaining power of cultural tradition in keeping the heart of a community beating strong.

August Wilson’s voice rings clear and strong in ‘Ma Rainey’

- Director Liesl Tommy’s fine production reminds us that “Ma Rainey” is about the sustaining power of cultural tradition in keeping the heart of a community beating strong.

'Eddie Coyle' steps off the page
- Bill Doncaster and Stickball Productions have turned George V. Higgins’s crime novel, “The Friends of Eddie Coyle,” into an atmospheric, enjoyable theater piece at Oberon.

'Eddie Coyle' steps off the page

- Bill Doncaster and Stickball Productions have turned George V. Higgins’s crime novel, “The Friends of Eddie Coyle,” into an atmospheric, enjoyable theater piece at Oberon.