Thank you for joining us for Manual Cinema’s production of Ada/Ava. We love the world created by this company and have been looking forward to bringing it to you as part of a series of multimedia work we are presenting this season. Read more about that here. Feel free to leave any thoughts, memories, or moments you would like to share in the comments below.
What Did You Think?
Thank you for joining us for a Bangsokol: A Requiem for Cambodia. We are so proud to host this production after months of planning and partnership with organizations from Lowell to Phnom Penh. Artists Rithy Pahn and Him Sophy created this piece to spark conversation across generations in the hope that in learning our histories and sharing our stories we can move forward together. Share your thoughts or highlights of your own conversations in the comments…
Thank you joining us for Théâtre De La Ville’s The State of Siege. We are so excited to have this esteemed company performing this rarely performed Camus play in Boston and are anxious to hear your thoughts. Click here for an interview with director Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota.
Thank you for joining us to experience Tania El Khoury’s Gardens Speak. This piece is particularly important to us in our season as way to engage with the war in Syria on the level individuals. El Khoury’s installation captured our attention with its deeply personal stories and unique setting. Please share your thoughts and experience in the comments.
Thanks for joining us for Guillermo Calderon’s Kiss. There are so many layers and in the writing and performance of this piece, click here to see excerpts from a conversation between Calderon and director David Dower. As always leave your comments below – we love to hear from you!