Washburn Est/Decaneas Archive
Within the next couple of weeks, Boston will have multiple art exhibits for the public to visit. The exhibits will vary from; Theatre to dance to galleries to museums. You name it they’ll have it. Taking time off from your daily routine can only help relieve stress and help spend time with the family or loved ones.
BRADFORD WASHBURN AND VITTORIO SELLA: A VIEW FROM THE TOP Mountaineers and photographers, Washburn and Sella took distinctly different viewpoints of their majestic peaks: Washburn shot his photos from an airplane, Sella took his on the ground. Pictured: Washburn’s “The West Buttress, Mount McKinley, Alaska, July 1977.” Jan. 11-Feb. 25. Panopticon Gallery,502c Commonwealth Ave. 617-267-8929,www.panopticongallery.com
PIPPIN Diane Paulus turns the 1972 Broadway musical from Stephen Schwartz and Roger O. Hirson into a circus spectacular, with spectacular success. The acrobatics themselves are extraordinary, but what grounds this production is “ordinary” stuff like accomplished acting, singing, and dancing. Plus it has a warm heart. Through Jan. 20. American Repertory Theater. At Loeb Drama Center, Cambridge. 617-547-8300, www.americanrepertorytheater.org