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  • Thu

    The Bacchae


    Club OBERON, Cambridge, MA

  • Sun

    HUNTRESS performs at Cafe Raqs


    The Armory, Somerville, MA

  • Sat

    The Ides of March in Union Square: The Death of Caesar at the Roman Forum

    1:00pm - 4:00pm

    Union Square, Somerville, MA

    Friends, Somervillians, Countrymen... lend us your ears!

    Celebrate the Ides of March and mark the 2,058th anniversary of the assassination of Julius Caesar in Union Square. This March 15th, Large & Elaborate Productions along with theSomerville Arts Council will transform the heart of Union Square into a Roman forum. Visit the togamaster to be outfitted in a complimentary toga and laurel, battle your friends to the death* (*actual death not recommended) in the gladiator arena, cheer on chariot races, and practice your assassination chops with Pin-the-Knife-on-Caesar. Show off your numerals-deciphering skills in the Roman numerals bee, form a team for the Romanesque trivia contest, and prep your pets for the "Dogs of War" pet costume contest (contact us if your pet would like to participate). There will be Roman engineering crafts for kids and, for the big kids, a toga party at the Independent after the event.

    During your time at the Forum, you're also likely to witness conspiracy, political intrigue, dangerous ambition, and wildly-adapted Shakespeare as the tragedy of Julius Caesar unfolds on and off the Forum stage. Spoiler alert: Caesar must die.

    Schedule of Events:

    1:00 PM - The Forum opens
    1:30 PM - Roman numeral bee *
    1:45 PM - Secret Political Meeting (that's definitely not about killing Caesar)
    2:00 PM - Celebration of the Feast of Lupercal
    2:15 PM - Chariot races
    3:00 PM - "Dogs of War" costume contest *
    3:15 PM - Roman-esque team trivia *
    4:00 PM - The Roman Senate convenes (feat. Julius Caesar)
    4:30 PM - Funeral orations
    5:00 PM - Gladiator tournament *
    6:00 PM - Toga party at the Independent

    * open sign-up 

    (rain/snow date: March 16th)

  • Mon

    Annual Boston Shakespeare Sonnet-thon

    5:00pm - 9:00pm

    Boston Public Library, Copley Square, Boston, MA

    See Shakespeare Now!'s event page:

    (And don't forget to like them on Facebook!)

  • Sat
  • Sun

    Exoteric Art and Primal Dance Show


    Theodore Parker Unitarian Church, 1859 Centre St, West Roxbury, MA

    I will be performing in some group work with Huntress and my character, Rakhana, will have a solo piece.

  • Sat

    Shimmy Mob International Belly Dance Event


    Somewhere in Salem, MA

  • Sat

    Rara Avis at the Muse: A Theatrical Belly Dance Event Gala Show


    Cambridge Masonic Temple, Cambridge, MA

  • Fri

    Unreliable Narrator presents Human Contact: Short Sci-Fi Plays

    July 11th, 12th, 17th, 18th, and 19th: 8:00pm / July 13th: 3:00pm matinee

    Boston Playwrights' Theatre, 949 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts 02215

    (I have the pleasure of being the rehearsal assistant!)

    "Human Contact: Short Sci-Fi Plays" is an evening of five thought-provoking one-acts that ask whether technology robs the soul or augments it. These original tales explore the evolution of the nature of humankind as we confront aliens, time travel, self-directed evolution, and more. With well-crafted stories performed by a large cast of Boston’s finest actors, “Human Contact” is a unique vision of the 21st Century’s future.

    Tickets are $15/$12 students and seniors. Buy them at, or call (866) 811-4111.

    Featuring Matthew B. Arnold, Steve Auger, Nick Bennett-Zendzian, Katharine Daly, Kitty Drexel, Marge Dunn, Brian Edgar, Mary C. Ferrara, Ruth Fontanella, Alyce Householter, Jade, Brian Keller, Kimberly Mae, Patrick Molloy, Daniel Rodman, Emily Sheeran, Pearl Shin.

    The plays:

    ANY BURDEN. A young bar-hopper becomes a pawn in a high-stakes peace negotiation, and his only chance at freedom lies in making a telepathic connection with a starship captain with a tortured past. Directed by Liz Adams.

    BUCKET LIST. A time-travelling, overachieving grad student must tackle questions of love and family while dodging a jealous academic rival, all out of linear order. Directed by Andy Hicks.

    THE NANOBOTS. A human and an alien decide to give a serious relationship a go with the help of advanced nanotechnology. Will they make it? Directed by Wanda Strukus.

    REAL. A retired veteran from the losing side of a war uses virtual reality to make a fresh start, but how long can he keep going? Directed by Amy Bennett-Zendzian.

    REEVOLVING. An accident wipes the memories of one human and two aliens alone on a space station. Who are they and what are they to each other? Directed by Thomas P. Kee.

    Costumes: Cara Chiaramonte
    Lights: Allison Schneider
    Makeup: Zeph Stewart
    Set: Rachel Bowens-Reuben and Kirsten Olson
    Sound: Neil Marsh

  • Fri

    The Upstart Crows of Salem presents a staged reading of Romeo & Juliet


    Artist's Row, Salem, MA

    (I will be playing the Nurse)

    Visit the Facebook event page!

     For a night of prose, verse, and staged
    Vi'lence, join The Upstart Crows of Salem.
    Two nights only! September the 12th and
    13th, promptly presented at half past
    Seven on Artist's Row. Free admission. Bring
    Chairs! Donations happily accepted.

    Directed by Keith Trickett
    Violence Design by Arielle Kaplan

    Prince - Olivia Dumaine
    Mercutio/Apothecary - Max Sklar
    Paris - TBD
    Montague - TBD
    Romeo - Sam Sklar
    Benvolio/Friar Laurence - David Moffat
    Abraham - Sophie Leiton Toomey*
    Balthazar - Catherine Benjamin*
    Lady Capulet - Diana Dunlap
    Juliet - Amelia Haas
    Nurse - Jacquelyn Weatherbee
    Tybalt - Arielle Kaplan
    Peta - Rachel Stigers*
    Gregora - Hilary Webster*

    *(Doubled with multiple Greek chorus-y roles: servants, watchmen, musicians, etc)

  • Sun

    Admiral Kittypants: September Coterie 2014


    The Democracy Center, Cambridge, MA

    (I will be playing Diana Chesebrough)


    Location: The Democracy Center, Cambridge, MA
    When: Sept. 21, 1pm - 3pm
    $5 suggested donation to cover costs of the space.

    Artists will present: 
    * A reading of "He Said and She Said," a short play by Alice Gerstenberg. 
    * Interactive poetry by Michael AcAffee

    Other artists are welcome to attend and share their art.

    *Admiral Kittypants is an affiliate of The New England Theatre Geek.

    For more information or to inquire about presenting, please email Kitty Drexel at

  • Fri

    Cariboo Magi

    Fridays at 8:00PM, Saturdays at 3:00PM and 8:00PM, Sundays at 3:00PM

    Dane Street Church

    10 Dane Street
    Beverly, MA 01915

    Sea Change Theatre Company Presents Cariboo Magi by Lucia Frangione

    BEVERLY, MA - - Sea Change Theatre Company presents Lucia Frangione's Cariboo Magi, A holiday tale filled with a drunken minister, a saloon keeper, an aging dancing girl and the last of the Mohicans. Join us for some hilarious cartoonish Christmas fun! Cariboo Magi will run December 12th through December 21st in the performance space inside Dane Street Church at 10 Dane Street in Beverly, MA.

    A drunken, Anglican minister who has failed to convert anyone in ten years, an avaricious saloon keeper with a murder in her past, an aging, pregnant dancing girl, and a man who claims to be the last of the Mohicans all need a new lease on life. They intercept a contract meant for a San Diego theatre company, form a bedraggled troupe of players, and head north, through the wilds of the Cariboo gold rush to perform at the Theatre Royal in Barkerville. Frangione's characters are brought to life by Amanda Collins of Beverly, Christopher Donahue of West Newbury, Jacquelyn Weatherbee of Salem, Matthew Schwabauer of Beverly.

    Cariboo Magi show dates are Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays December 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, 21. Friday shows’ curtains rise at 8 p.m., Saturday shows begin at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m., and Sunday shows begin at 3 p.m. Tickets are $15 for adults and $12 for children, students, and seniors. Tickets may be purchased in advanced online at; by phone at 978-500-3885 or email at; or day of the performance at the door for $20 for adults and $12 for children/students/seniors.
    This two act comedy runs 90 minutes and is supported in part by a grant from the Beverly Cultural Council, a local agency that is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency, and by Dane Street Church of Beverly.

    About Sea Change
    Sea Change Theatre Company is a semi-professional nonprofit theatre. Sea Change Theatre Company endeavors to enliven the heart, engage the imagination, and challenge cultural preconceptions with theatrical works of artistic integrity. Though not all works are uplifting, all of the productions reflect the human experience by displaying the gravity of our actions, the depths of our love, and the power of redemption in our lives. We serve the local community by producing theatrical works with the highest excellence and by cultivating talent throughout the greater Boston area.

    2014-2015 Sea Change season: Caribou Magi | La Duse: Woman & Actor | Dear Ruth

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