Disco, acrobats, and all the feels: This week in #bosarts

July 28, 2016

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Opus Affair August
Monday, August 22 at Brick & Mortar

Commonwealth Shakespeare Company Shakespeare on the Common: Love's Labours Lost July 20—August 7 16 members connected

ArtsEmerson Les 7 doigts de la main: Cuisine & Confessions July 12—August 2 12 members connected

Company One The T Party July 15—August 13 3 members connected

Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston Deep Dives: Disco (DJs Alfredo, Nite Train, Saucy Lady) Friday, July 29 5:00 PM 1 member connected

Society for Historically Informed Performance Sehnsucht: All the Feels of the Late Baroque Thursday, July 28 8:00 PM 3 members connected

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Upcoming This Week

Les 7 doigts de la main: Cuisine & Confessions, The T Party, Shakespeare on the Common: Love's Labours Lost, Harborwalk Sounds: Selah Poitier, Sehnsucht: All the Feels of the Late Baroque, Concerts in the Courtyard: Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras’ Intensive Community Program, Deep Dives: Disco (DJs Alfredo, Nite Train, Saucy Lady), FIGMENT, YOPRO: Andris Nelsons conducts the Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra with Paul Lewis, Concerts in the Courtyard: Kyle Thornton & The Company, Patty Larkin


Newly Added

Rigoletto, The Werther Project, Hydrogen Jukebox, Bach Magnificat, Beethoven Eroica, Handel Messiah, Bach Christmas, Mozart and Haydn, Glories of the Italian Baroque, McGegan and Mozart, Monteverdi Vespers, Handel Semele, Noam Pikelny with Special Guest Anaïs Mitchell, Opus Affair August, Company, Warrior Class, Murder for Two, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Stage Kiss, Barbecue, Camelot, Opus Affair September

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