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Since its inception in 2010, the Boston Compass Newspaper (BCN) has developed from a 1-page zine to an 8-page paper. The platform has reached many milestones in the past year: a new brand aesthetic, website and street-side newsrack boxes all across Boston. With the announcement of this web series, BCN has established itself as a comprehensive independent media platform with a commitment to digital media. “Defining Leadership: The Artist Interview Project” continues BCN’sdedication to artist-centered…

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The Return of the Dragon is now available for on demand streaming through Tuesday, APR 27! This moving micro-documentary of art and politics illuminates not only the strife in Chile, but resonates with stories of revolution all over the world. We want to hear about your response to this piece and we’ve included a few questions below to guide your thinking: What are some of the most effective political art and/or theatre pieces you have…

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We’re thrilled to debut our new film series, Projecting Connections: Chinese American Experience, with Far East Deep South.  Join the conversations and let us know what you thought about the films! Comment below, either by following one of the prompts below or with whatever crosses your mind. We can’t wait to hear from you! What did you learn from this film?What about this story resonated with you?How has your view of history changed? Feel free…

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The Return of the Dragon (APR 10-27) is an in-depth exploration of theatremaking during not only a revolution, but in the midst of a pandemic. This 23-minute film looks at Guillermo Calderón’s theatrical projects, such as Mateluna and Dragón, and how art responds directly to and interacts with the political world around them. Based in Chile, there has been enormous upheaval in the past few years; former Artistic Director David Dower reported back to us…

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