Arlington Center for the Arts, Arlington, MA 02474
(I will be stage management)
See the work of excellent local storytellers, musicians, and other fine performers, capped off by UN’s first experiment with a great form of comedy: live, scripted riffing of cheesy short films. And this artistically robust evening will also be your first chance to see scenes from the next UN show ULTIMATE THINGS, which comes to Boston Playwrights Theatre in July! Everyone, simply everyone will be performing:
-Folk musician AUDREY RYAN
-Storyteller JENNY GUTBEZAHL
-Songs by ANDY HICKS’ THE PLUTO TAPES
-Author PATRICK GABRIDGE with a reading from his novel MOVING
-Electronic musician JOSS
-And the short film-based comedy of the UN MOVIE RIFFING GROUP, with riffers JENNY GUTBEZAHL, BRIAN RUST, and JOYE THALLER.
Friday April 8 at 8 PM! Be then!
Arlington Center for the Arts is at 41 Foster Street in Arlington, just off of Mass Ave. and the 77 bus line.
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/717391618397447/
The Movement Exchange.
545 Pawtucket Ave., Pawtucket, RI 02860
Lumen Obscura presents our 6th annual dark fusion and theatrical belly dance showcase!
Lumen Obscura began as a Northern California event and has evolved into productions hosted throughout the United States. This year, the event travels to Providence, Rhode Island for a night of top notch dark performance art from some of the best in the genre.
We endeavor to bring together not only familiar names in dance innovation, but new and up-and-coming artists who have exciting ideas and genre-shaking skills. We broaden students' horizons in dance by not just offering the same workshops and performances they can find at their local studios or videos, but by bringing together national and international talent in one location for intensive, exciting workshops that challenge and inspire students to seek out new ways to grow and evolve their dance.
Saturday, April 16
Doors 7:45 PM / Show 8:00 PM
Aria Michaels Paradise
and many more!
***Performance applications accepted between 12/15 and 1/15. Application form to be posted on the Lumen Obscura page.
This year all Lumen Obscura activities will be hosted at The Movement Exchange.
545 Pawtucket Ave., Pawtucket, RI 02860
Calderwood Pavilion (at the Boston Center for the Arts - BCA), 527 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02116, United States
Students from the Professional Development for Actors class with Company One will showcase monologue and scene work they have been working on with direction and aid from teachers, Victoria Marsh and Rosalind Thomas-Clarke.
Boston Playwright's Theatre, Boston, MA
Formal details to follow.
BU Playwright's Theatre, Boston
(I will be playing the role of Strength)
A funny, funky and powerful contemporary look at the way we are treating our planet and ourselves.
This professional production has a diverse cast, incorporating actors of all ages. The text, adapted by TC Squared, is based on the National Theatre London adaptation by Carol Ann Duffy.
Where: The Boston Playwrights’ Theatre, Commonwealth Ave, Boston
When: Saturday May 21 & Sunday May 22 2016 at 7pm
We will be accepting $10 donations at the door.
Directed by: Rosalind Thomas-Clark
Music composed by: Allyssa Jones
Choreography by: Fernadina Chan
Featuring: Jade Guerra, Elyas Harris, Victoria Marsh, and Josh Santora
GOD looks at this messed up world of 2016 and She decides it’s time for a reckoning with MAN – and that means EVERYMAN, which means US! She calls her Messenger DEATH and tells him to bring EVERYMAN to meet Her and announce his good deeds.
EVERYMAN is trashed at his 40th birthday party when he meets DEATH and falls off the balcony of his penthouse apartment. As he falls to his death, he tries desperately to find someone in his egocentric and selfish life who will be able to tell GOD about his good deeds. But he doesn’t seem to have done anything good so far! Nobody will help him, and they all refuse to come with him to die. Bad luck! Since they are all a part of EVERYMAN they actually have no choice but to die with him.
KNOWLEDGE finally shows EVERYMAN the way to finding his soul, and God accepts him as a good guy who has repented. DEATH, snubbed by EVERYMAN, is furious and there is a twist at the end of the play.
TC Squared received a major grant for this project from the New England Foundation for the Arts
If you have any questions, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Where Boston Playwrights' Theatre - 949 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215
Ticket link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/everyman-revisited-social-issues-in-todays-world-tickets-24461674527
Fri01Jul2016Sat09Jul2016Thursday, Friday, and Saturday 8:00pm. Sunday 3:00pm.
BU Playwright's Theatre, Boston
(I will be assistant stage manager.)
Formal description to follow.
Fri21Oct2016Sat29Oct20168:00pm; Saturday, Oct 22 also has a 2:00pm matinee Arlington Center for the Arts, 41 Foster Street, Arlington, MA. Just off Mass Ave. [Stage management] A GALAXY TWITCHES ITS NOSE... Intergalactic adventurer K’Tharr, a powerful warrior-bunny, and his old friend Krista, a skilled human psychic, return to K'Tharr's home planet to find its honor under threat. A calculating demagogue named The Champion has hatched a scheme to launch an unjust war against the Earth—making herself Emperor in the process. As civil war looms and friendships are tested, K'tharr and Krista must figure out who to trust if they have any hope of holding the Empire together--and saving the Earth. THE CAST: Neal Leaheey...K'Tharr Ava Maag...Krista Lucas Commons-Miller...McGreeg Juliet Bowler...The Champion Slava Tchoul...Warrior-Bunny/Salt Vampire Matthew Carbone...Warrior-Bunny Mae Cutrona...Warrior-Bunny Jenny Gutbezahl...Warrior-Bunny/Sol-Toff Brian Rust...Warrior-Bunny Violence Designer: Matt Arnold Written and Directed by: Carl Danielson SHOWTIMES: Fri. Oct. 21 @ 8 PM Sat. Oct. 22 @ 2 PM Sat. Oct. 22 @ 8 PM Thurs. Oct. 27 @ 8 PM Fri. Oct. 28 @ 8 PM Sat. Oct. 29 @ 8 PM Arlington Center for the Arts, 41 Foster Street, Arlington, MA. Just off Mass Ave. Event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/719718081520457/ Ticket link: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2621585
Fri04Nov2016Boston Common Visitor Information Center OR ArtsBoston booth at Faneuil Hall, Boston, MA
UPCOMING PUBLIC TOURS with Freedom Trail Player Dorothy Quincy Hancock:
Monday, November 7: 1:00-2:30pm, Walk Into History tour, Boston Common Visitor Information Center
Thursday, November 10: 10:30am-12:00pm, Walk Into History reverse tour, ArtsBoston booth at Faneuil Hall
Visitor Information Center on the Boston Common, or the ArtsBoston BosTix booth at Faneuil Hall
Public tours with Freedom Trail Player Dorothy Quincy Hancock:
Monday, November 28th: 12:00pm-1:30pm, Boston Common Visitor Information Center.
Monday, November 28th: 4:00pm-5:30pm, Boston Common Visitor Information Center.
Fri02Dec2016Sat10Dec20168:00pm; Sunday, Dec 4 and Saturday, Dec 10 are 2:00pm matinees
MIT Stratton Student Center, 84 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139
The MIT Gilbert & Sullivan Players present a steampunk twist on the classic musical by W.S. Gilbert & Sir Arthur Sullivan!
Friday December 2nd at 8pm
Saturday December 3rd at 8pm
Sunday December 4th at 2pm (Matinee)
Thursday December 8th at 8pm
Friday December 9th at 8pm
Saturday December 10th at 2pm (Matinee)
Tickets: $15 - General Public $10 - Students, Seniors, and MIT/Wellesley Community
Tickets available here: http://gsp.mit.edu/reservations/
Stage Directed by Emma Brown
Vocals Directed by Sara Haugland
Orchestra Directed by Johnnie Han
Produced by Anna Richardson
Starring: Tim Ayers-Kerr
Tyler Crosby (Major General cover)