Harvard Square’s Comedy Studio is cutting back its schedule, going to four days a week – losing Wednesday to run shows only Thursday through Sunday. The issue: rising rents.
“Much Ado About Nothing” reading in the original pronunciation; Danceworks Spring concert; Cambridge Open Studios; Porchfest; Fourth Annual OnStage Arts Marathon; and Wild Rabbit Moto Show.
“Throwback Tales: A Retro Spectacle”; See dance come together; Somerville Open Studios; 34th Annual MayFair; and Comedy Roast Battle.
The first single off the Bill Murray album will blow your mind – and if that sentence confuses but excites you, you need to stream or download the first side of “Ill Murray,” a danceable mashup that mines every bit of Bill Murray dialogue and singing back to the 1970s.
Women in Comedy Fest; MCC Literary awardees read; Record Hospital music fest; Bookish Ball & Shakespeare’s Birthday; “Natural History of Favorite Foods”; Tiny Great Outdoors Fest; Nave Gallery Benefit; Opera meets the ’80s; Bach Society season finale; and BAHFest.
Opening Night at Sonia with Doomlover, CreatuoS, Aüva and Bad Boys Club; Christal Brown’s “The Opulence of Integrity”; Family Opera’s “Springtime for Haman”; Black Market sale; and Month in Review: Topical Comedy and other comic showcases.
“Shoes” with live benshi performance and musical accompaniment; Saturday Morning Cartoons; Rock Benefit for the Arts; Planned Parenthood Benefit: Off Mic! Comedy; and Mozart, Ravel, Jongen, Child classical performance.
Bach Society Orchestra’s Winter Alumni Concert; Mardi Gras and “Music from the Seven” benefits for the ACLU; story-telling from Finland’s Kalevala; the Contest4Improv4Humans Boston Regional Round; and a Coach rock mini-fest.
Bugs Bunny Film Festival; The Hasty Pudding Theatricals free performance; a Youth Underground theater; bad date storytelling; Karen Jerzyk photography reception; Lizard Lounge Poetry Jam 20th Anniversary Celebration; and 24-hour sci-fi film marathon.
Love and Other Entanglements; Family and Children’s Concert Series with the Tufts Symphony Orchestra; “Tiny & Short: A Drop in the Bucket”; Laughing Liberally; and Valentines shopping.