Emerging Choreographers at Harvard; “The Secret Life of Robots” or author Lee Carpenter reads of great feminists; St. Joseph’s Parish Holiday(!) Bazaar; “Crossing the Atlantic” with the Cambridge Symphony Orchestra; and a Community Chamber Concert.
Halloween Haunted Ball; The Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo; Mendelssohn, Dvorak and Beethoven by Longy; “Too Punk for Halloween” and “Growing Up Spooky” cover shows; and “Nosferatu” with live musical accompaniment.
Harvard Ballet’s “Oz”; “Feel the Horn: The Orange Rhino Rally” street theater; Lovecraft’s “Tales Outside Time and Space” with Flat Earth Theatre; SomerStreets Monster Mashed Up festival; and the Druid Underground Film Festival.
Dance Party 4 Baton Rouge Relief; “Arkham Books” free staged reading or “Blood” interactive performance and talkback; Honk! Festival of Activist Street Bands; 38th Annual Oktoberfest; and “The Thing” dance and cabaret.
Chuck Hoberman’s 10° art installation; Best of Boston Sketch Comedy, Night 1; “Then We Move” Modern Dance for Street Pianos and Movement Slam; “Wall to Wall: Art Builds Communities” opening events; and the Seventh Annual “Smoke This” Rib Fest.
“The Return to Morality” political satire; Boston Teen Author Festival; What the Fluff? Marshmallow Festival; One-Minute Solos of movement art; and a local, multi-band take on The Concert Across America.
On Sept. 21, 1991, the doors to a shuttered, bankrupt health club chain were flung open again and the New Dance Complex was born. Twenty-five years later, it’s still the living rhythm of Central Square.
Four-day Campfire. Festival; Starlabfest Music & Arts Festival; Kids Union’s Outdoor Neighborhood BBQ and Dance Party; Rob Potylo Birthday Bash; and Bread & Puppet Theater’s “Whatforward Circus.”
Just in time for returning college students pining for weekdays they can treat like weekends, The Sinclair in Harvard Square is using August to introduce Hump – a dance party taking place the last Wednesday of every month.
The Massachusetts Independent Film Festival; Soul on the Lawn and other history fun; Movie Night with “The Witches” and teen rock band Fourshadow; Music Afternoon & Reception with Mozart, Verdi and more; and “Performing the Home” art exhibits.