Curtis Williams is Black, independent, and illustrating with a fiercely uninhibited nonconformist mentality.
"If the Boston Globe isn’t gonna profile artists in this city, I’m fine with BV doing it. Maybe it shows outlets staffed by humans that there’s value in that sort of thing."
There were a lot of hands on deck in the creation of Être, a new exhibit opening in Allston this coming weekend. Billed by its creators as a “fully collaborative free-form mixed media and photography mash-up set of images,” the project came together at Red Sky studios, and was assisted by a crew of more than 10 participants, from models to gaffers to stylists.
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During a lunch break from rehearsals, Holzman talked about the origins of Choice, news of a Wicked film, and her mentor, Gypsy and West Side Story writer Arthur Laurents.
Written a number of years ago, Halberstadt revisited and reworked i don’t know where we’re going when it came to his attention that the Boston Teen Acting Troupe was looking for a play with compelling teenage characters.
Suggestions to improve the creation of art in the community included more studio, recording, and living spaces for artists.
"What fascinates me about theatre is that ultimately many directors will interpret a work…many generations will see it and interpret it. That’s an amazing thing."