Early Bird Special: Theatre & Dance

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 

Free Samples at Washvault Labs
Urbanity Dance

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!

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