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at Central Square Theater We hope you will join us throughout the season for these intimate behind-the-scene events where you will meet the artists and actors and learn more about Central Square Theater and our productions.
Our Annual Holiday Toast Tuesday, December 10, 2013 | 6:00 PM Meet The Nora Theatre Company’s new Artistic Director, Lee Mikeska Gardner and enjoy a holiday sneak peek of Underground Railway Theater’s 6:00 PM upcoming Brundibar & But the Giraffe. Originally performed by children at the Terezin concentration camp, Brundibar shines a light on the role of art, not only as a means of survival, but of structuring the chaos of life and resisting oppression. Weigh in with what this story evokes for you and yours. A holiday toast with the artists and boards of Central Square Theater and its resident companies will follow. DEC Tuesday
Catalyst Collaborative @ MIT Working Titles Play Reading Monday, January 27, 2014 | 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM CC@MIT Advisory Board members and special guests discuss science theater projects under consideration. Hear actors read excerpts from a range of scripts, and hear scientists discuss what plays they feel would be most 5:30 PM compelling. Converse with them and learn more about this unique science theater partnership between CST and MIT, the nation’s only ongoing partnership between a professional theater and a premier scientific research institution. Space is limited. Reserve early. JAN Monday
Sila Reading, American Academy of Arts & Sciences February 2014 We are honored that the American Academy of Arts & Sciences is hosting a reading of Sila. CC@MIT will present the world premiere of Sila at Central Square Theater in April. Set on Baffin Island in the Canadian territory of Nunavut, this play illuminates competing interests shaping the future of the Inuit population and of our planet. For more information about the reading, please contact Cynthia Bargar at firstname.lastname@example.org. Coming in February
Cassandra Speaks & End of Season party Sunday, June 8, 2014 | 3:30 PM Acclaimed Shakespeare & Company actress Tod Randolph portrays the groundbreaking journalistic icon Dorothy Sunday Thompson in Cassandra Speaks, a passionate, funny tell-all about one of the most charismatic women of the 20th century. Recognized in 1938 by Time magazine as the most 3:30 PM influential woman in America after Eleanor Roosevelt, Thompson was the first foreign correspondent expelled from Nazi Germany on direct orders from Hitler.Â Following the performance we will have an end of season gathering with the actor, director and The Nora Theatre Company Artistic Director, for an in-depth look at this fascinating productionâ€™s development. JUNE
We would love to know that you will be joining us. Please RSVP to Cynthia Bargar: email@example.com or 617-576-9278 ext. 208.
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