This September, Schooltree returns to OBERON to reprise their new rock opera Heterotopia live in its entirety after the sold out premiere performance earlier this year. This show celebrates the release of the companion book to the album: kaleidoscopic watercolor storyboard illustrations telling the story of Suzi in Otherspace, including lyrics, plot synopsis and character information.
Repeats on the third Thursday of May, November until Thu May 17 2018 . Also includes Thu Dec 14 2017, Thu Jan 25 2018, Thu Apr 05 2018.
OBERON, 2 Arrow St. Cambridge
Now in its third year at OBERON, GLOWBERON is an acclaimed series that features exceptional storytellers, solo playwrights, and cabaret and performance artists. The series was founded by Quinn Cox and is produced in partnership with Cambridge’s Glow Festival and Provincetown’s Afterglow Festival. Past GLOWBERON performers include Molly Pope, Sage Francis, Stella Starsky, Dane Terry, Joey Arias, Erin Markey, Johnny Blazes and Brian King, and Lady Rizo.
"El Amor En Tiempos De Trump" is the culmination to a day-long symposium on queer of color criticism and performance at Tufts University. The night will highlight the work of two artists from the symposium (NIC KAY & Victor I. Cares), and feature three local drag artists (Jayden Jamison KA St. James, Queen JP, Emphysema Menthol One-Hundreds).
Created, Written & Performed by Keith A. Wallace Directed & Co-created by Deborah Stein
Step onto the basketball court with this one-man show praised by The New York Times as “high-impact ... a sharp reminder of the persuasive powers of live theater.” The Bitter Game comes to OBERON following its much-talked-about run at the Under the Radar Festival.... Read more about The Bitter Game
In the late 1970s, Truman Capote and Andy Warhol decided that they were destined to create a Broadway play together. Over the course of the next several months, they would sit down to record a series of intimate, wide-ranging conversations. The play never came to be, and the hours and hours of tape were lost to the ages. Until now.
Presented by: Learning From Performers in partnership with the Theater, Dance & Media Concentration, Harvard College Women's Center, Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club, Harvard College Office of BGLTQ Student Life, and SpeakEasy Stage Company in Boston Admission: Free and open to the public; seating first come, first served, subject to venue capacity.
Presented by: Theater, Dance & Media AUDITIONS: Thursday, August 31 and Friday, September 1, 6-11 pm TO RESERVE AN AUDITION SLOT, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with two one-hour windows of availability (first and second choice). Walk in auditions are also welcome, and will be seen in the first available audition slot. More information
A Celebration of Harvard Artists Friday, April 28, 8:30 PM Sanders Theatre Sold out. Some tickets will be available at Sanders Theatre the evening of the performance at 7:30 pm, one hour prior to curtain time. First come, first served.
Join us for a festive evening of dance, music, spoken word, drama and film directed by Diane Paulus '88 and honoring the talents cultivated at Harvard and their continuing journeys, featuring actors Courtney Vance ‘82 and Elizabeth Leimkuhler...
The ARTS FIRST Origin Story you never knew you wanted to know!
Starring Dean Rakesh Khurana as the Fearless Rakeshules, Bringer of Art Sir Dean Thomas Dingman as the Celestial Soprano of the Gods The esteemed Gregory Mankiw, Titan The Reverend Jonathan Walton, Narrator Geneticist Pardis Sabeti as the Algorithmic Oracle with River Charles Ensemble | Hasty Pudding Theatricals | Harvard Ballet Company | Expressions Dance Company | Harvard-Radcliffe Veritones
Okwui Okpokwasili considers herself a "performance maker" rather than a dancer. Her work combines dance, music and spoken word, and will be the subject of a conversation on March 6 and a master class on March 7.