February 20, 2020
Experience the magic of live performance this ArtWeek with these spectacular performing arts events! ArtWeek is committed to giving you a peek behind the curtain of some of the state’s best artistic companies, and these events do not disappoint.
A big thank you to these event hosts who submitted their event applications by the Early Bird deadline.
Behind the Scenes with Comedian Paul D’Angelo at Milton Art Center- Sharpen your comedy skills with local stand-up comedian Paul D’Angelo, and feel free to stick around and catch his show later in the evening – Milton
Bright Star Bluegrass Workshop at SpeakEasy Stage Company- Join us before the matinee performance of the musical Bright Star for an interactive guitar lesson and bluegrass jam! Stick around for the show to hear the song in action – Boston
Free Samples: Cold Readings of New Plays at Washvault Lab- Participate in the preview of new 10-minute plays by local writers, with only 3 minutes of rehearsal time! – Medford
LZ Bravo: A Vietnam Tour of Duty at Marion Art Center- A staged reading and talkback for a new original one-act drama by John Heavey. You’ll hear the poignant voices of over three dozen characters, servicemen and nurses who endured their year-long tour of duty, as well as families back home – Marion
Magic and Movement at the Cambridge Innovation Center- Come explore the art of expression through the lenses of magic and movement, featuring talkbacks by Brown Box and Entropy Theatres – Cambridge
Malden Dance Mile at Monkeyhouse- Join in a traveling choreographic adventure! As you walk along Malden’s Community Trail, you’ll enjoy site specific dance performances, games, and opportunities to get up and move – Malden
Urbanity Dance Open Rehearsal at The Roth Family Gallery for Community Dance- A behind the scenes look as our professional company choreographs, explores, and rehearses pieces for Verge, our Annual Season Finale – Boston
Be sure to check back for more information on these events and more when our calendar goes live on April 1st!