Samuel Beckett's writings are re-imagined for the stage
The Huntington Theatre Company invites guests to explore issues of racism and oppression
The collective draws inspiration from the National Independent Venue Association.
“People are recognizing that we artists live off this to a higher degree, versus the assumption that we do this just for fun.”
While the Afro Flow crew usually attracts around 40-50 attendees at a regular class, after just one week of streaming, they have more than 7,000 views on Facebook alone. Salmon Jones says she's had attendees from as close by as Northeastern, to folks tuning in from Barbados.
Extinguishing tokenism and exploring individuality on stage
Last week, Asian Glow transformed the ONCE Ballroom in Somerville from a run-of-the-mill performing arts venue to a site of a unique celebration—of art, of heritage, and most of all, of individuality. A “performance series for Asian American creative ...
Healing and survival on stage at Oberon
At 7 pm on a Thursday night at Oberon, people sit at tables and booths with drinks in hand as they chat. Some have come in support of either a performer or another audience member, but everyone is mingling and making friends left and right. Already, it seems like ...
The Slaughterhouse Society is an oddity that one would usually find during Halloween season—a time when all things spooky and horror become hot commodities in the US. But it’s an aesthetic that the performance troupe, primarily led by Boston-based performer ...