From Charlestown Holiday Night Out to Ice Castles in New Hampshire
The play reading will explore what it means to be an immigrant in Boston
“A day of music, conversation, trivia, and prizes for theater lovers of all ages"
Psych Drama Company Founder Wendy Lippe on her company’s two ambitious new audio productions
Even in a space for community leaders, in a city facing an affordability and eviction crisis, housing insecurity is a sensitive topic
Yes, A.R.T. is back, with actual live, in-person programming starting in August
A recap of the performing arts in a tumultuous year.
"Hong Kong doesn’t only lack animation studios, but more importantly, we’re far behind—homosexual marriages are still illegal."
According to Sheridan Thomas, teaching comedic timing is nearly impossible through a computer screen. Thomas, a teacher of acting and directing at Tufts University, is 70 years old and never had to teach online before COVID-19. She had to adjust to tools like Zoom to conduct her comedic Shakespeare class, and lagging WiFi made a mess of the course.
“I’m concerned for the economic welfare and health of our artists, but I’m not afraid and not nervous about what creativity is actually taking place right now.”