Spring 2018: April 27 - May 6

Tagged: “Socio-Political”

Open Rehearsal: Tony Williams’ Rock Ballet

Open Rehearsal: Tony Williams’ Rock Ballet

Special for ArtWeek, Tony Williams Ballet Company (producers of the “Urban Nutcracker”) will open their studio for public viewings of their rehearsals in progress for “Color of Life,” a brand new rock ballet set to Ken Nordine’s Jazz Album, “Colors” mixed with a medley of rock music favorites from the past 60 years.

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Freedom, Expression, & Hope

Freedom, Expression, & Hope

In a first-ever collaboration, the Cape Symphony will partner with Cotuit Center for the Arts for its 2016-2017 season finale. “Every Good Boy Deserves Favor,” written by Tom Stoppard with music by André Previn is a rarely performed work for 6 actors and 70 musicians. Special for ArtWeek, join us for an interactive talk-back after the Saturday night concert. Audience members can ask Jung-Ho questions.

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#artsmatter Write-in Postcard Event

#artsmatter Write-in Postcard Event

Come visit the gallery and “Write a postcard to your Senators about what matters most to you – and how you’re going to continue to fight for it in the days, weeks and months ahead.” to be a part of the gallery exhibition “Wish You Were Here” postcard show.

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City Heart Art Sale and Show

City Heart Art Sale and Show

Join Unbound Visual Artists for the 7th annual City Heart Art Show & Sale featuring over 50 artists that have experienced homelessness from five art programs. Special for ArtWeek, there will be art demonstrations, a community art-making project, and a raffle for valuable prizes.

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Investigative Theater 101

Investigative Theater 101

Every summer, Central Square Theater’s resident youth performance ensemble Youth Underground creates a brand new play that explores an issue of social justice. In this on-your-feet workshop, learn some of YU’s Investigative Theater techniques, and have fun creating your own work!

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