Pointillism, parks, and magical powers: This week in #bosarts

September 8, 2016


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You've decided! Here are the top five most popular arts and culture events among members coming up this week on the Opus Affair calendar...

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Opus Affair September
Monday, September 19 at SRV

Beth Morrison Projects + ArtsEmerson The Ouroboros Trilogy September 10—17 19 members connected

Huntington Theatre Company Sunday in the Park with George September 9—October 16 26 members connected

The Lyric Stage Company of Boston Company September 2—October 9 10 members connected

Off the Grid Theatre Company Blasted September 2—17 4 members connected

American Repertory Theater Notes from the Field: Doing Time in Education August 20—September 17 4 members connected

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Upcoming This Week

Notes from the Field: Doing Time in Education, Company, Eight by Tenn, Blasted, Here I Am: An Evening With Author Jonathan Safran Foer, Significant Other, Sunday in the Park with George, 35 Below Wrap Party: Sunday in the Park with George, Point of View featuring Ayano Ninomiya, The Ouroboros Trilogy, Opera at the Movies: Carmen, a Hip Hopera

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A Seasonal Celebration, Bach: B Minor Mass, Honegger, Wyner, and Weiner, First Fridays: Beach Party, Eight by Tenn, Mike Block, cello & Sandeep Das, tabla, Club Concert with Jenny Q Chai, A Program of Art Songs, Borromeo String Quartet, Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR), violin, 35 Below Wrap Party: Sunday in the Park with George, 35 Below Wrap Party: A Doll's House, 35 Below Wrap Party: Topdog/Underdog, 35 Below Wrap Party: The Who & The What, Bohemian Rhapsody, Gods and Mortals, March Madness, Haydn: The Creation

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