Celebrate Boston’s queer Black artistry at this one-night-only popup
20 months after the Boston arts community pledged to reevaluate and restructure, what has actually been done to foster racial equity and social transformation?
It’s all about symbolism. And if you can get past the Shakespearean speech and structure, it works.
To show how far these artists have come even over the past few months—through Boston Music Awards wins, headline performances, and national media attention—we brought them together for a special shoot, Vanity Fair-style.
This first step is critical to ensure that black/brown men are able to connect to the intergenerational context, to begin to externalize their working definitions of masculinity.
Lakou Ayiti, which debuts at the BCA this Friday and runs through the weekend, draws from both Appolon’s own immigration experience, as well as those of some of his dancers and from others in the Hub’s Haitian community.
It's going to be a good season.
Fall in the Hub can be the best time to get a lineup of killer new theatrical productions and the new or fresh-off-a-summer-renovations spots to eat at before or after a show on one’s radar.