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Company One Theatre series focuses on the future of Boston neighborhoods
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Company One Theatre series focuses on the future of Boston neighborhoods
On June 12, Company One Theatre (C1) launched their Better Future Series, a monthly online discussion among artists, community organizers and policymakers about the future of neighborhoods around Boston.
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Keith and Roxann Mascoll debut podcast about trauma and relationships
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Keith and Roxann Mascoll debut podcast about trauma and relationships
Keith Mascoll and his partner Roxann Mascoll have launched “Living a Triggered Life,” a podcast that explores how this trauma impacts relationships.
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Huntington Theatre Company presents 5-minute audio plays
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Huntington Theatre Company presents 5-minute audio plays
The Huntington Theatre Company has commissioned and launched a series of five-minute audio plays written by local playwrights Kirsten Greenidge, Kate Snodgrass, Brenda Withers and Melinda Lopez and performed by local actors.
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Playwright SekouWrites' evolving work addresses microaggressions, racism
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Playwright SekouWrites' evolving work addresses microaggressions, racism
While the COVID-19 pandemic has been a dormant time for some artists, Roxbury native SekouWrites has been spurred into action with his revitalized choreopoem, “Brown Boy Mad.”
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Boston’s arts community celebrates Juneteenth
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Boston’s arts community celebrates Juneteenth
On Friday, June 19, cultural organizations around Boston came together to celebrate Juneteenth with song, dance, spoken word, panel discussions and visual art. This year’s celebration reached corners of the art world all across the city, creating one of the largest collective Juneteenth celebrations ever in the Boston art community.
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Puppet Showplace debuts grant for black artists
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Puppet Showplace debuts grant for black artists
Puppet Showplace Theater in Brookline has opened applications for a new Black Puppeteer Empowerment Grant & Creative Research Residency for summer 2020.
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Virtual performance series highlights Latinx voices
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Virtual performance series highlights Latinx voices
Four Latinx organizations in Boston — Amplify Latinx, Hyde Square Task Force, Cojuelos’ Productions and Ágora Cultural Architects — have come together to celebrate art and community through their online performance series “Cadencia Latina,” running through July 5.
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'CARE-oke’ for a cause
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'CARE-oke’ for a cause
The Theatre Community Benevolent Fund has launched a new program called CARE-oke to raise funds for artists struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic and bring local favorites back into the spotlight.
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'Parable Path Boston': A pandemic-era artist residency tackles societal fault lines
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'Parable Path Boston': A pandemic-era artist residency tackles societal fault lines
In 2017, the stirring chords of Toshi Reagon’s opera adaptation of Octavia Butler’s “Parable of the Sower” filled the halls of ArtsEmerson’s Paramount Center. Three years later, Reagon has returned to build her yearlong artist residency with ArtsEmerson around the tenets of Butler’s novel.
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ArtsBoston partners in arts and culture reopening survey
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ArtsBoston partners in arts and culture reopening survey
Uncertainty is the name of the arts and culture game as Boston proceeds with the phased reopening that began the week of Monday, May 18. How successful the reopening is will dictate how and when arts institutions are able to reopen their doors. In an attempt to arm the arts community with as many tools as possible, ArtsBoston has become the regional partner in the COVID-19 Audience Outlook Monitor (AOM), an international study run by WolfBrown of audience attitudes about returning to the cultural sector.
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International Institute of New England’s 'Suitcase Stories' now streaming
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International Institute of New England’s 'Suitcase Stories' now streaming
During the COVID-19 pandemic, public spaces have shuttered, but the need for stories of perseverance is greater than ever, and so Suitcase Stories has taken to the screen for virtual storytelling and community conversations.
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38th Annual Elliot Norton Award Nominations are out!
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38th Annual Elliot Norton Award Nominations are out!
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