The Boston Home will host its sixth annual â€œAt Home with the Artsâ€ exhibition and sale on Sunday, May 31. The event will feature work by residents of the Boston Home, a Residence and Center for Care adults with advanced Multiple Sclerosis and other... Read more
In fall 2006,Â the Actors Shakespeare Project (ASP) wowed critics and audiences alike with its switcheroo Hamlet at the Strand Theater. The troupe, known for its inventive staging often in unconventional venues, put the audience onstage and used the... Read more
Spring is the season for end-of-the-semester musicals, and troupes of talented kids and teens are currently executing tricky choreography and belting out showstoppers right here in Dorchester.
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Music and dance thematically link routines from around the world in â€œPlay On,â€ the largely new 31st annual edition of the Big Apple Circus, currently at City Hall Plaza.
A few performances during the first half still need tuning up, like the... Read more
Jozeph Zaremba, a longtime Dorchester art teacher will at last get in touch with his artist roots â€“ by studying in Florence.
â€œWow! I am so excited to receive a Teachers as Artists grant! Â It allows me to become a student again and... Read more
A Dorchester poet who used her writing skills to cope with a series of miscarriages has just won New Women's Voices Prize in Poetry from Finishing Line Press for "Hawk Weather," her first poetry chapbook. The title poem by Anna Ross celebrates the... Read more