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The sixth annual “What the Dickens!” arrives Friday, Saturday and Sunday – an all-ages, untraditional “A Christmas Carol” that is old and successful enough to have traditions of its own.
Three holiday shopping events; The Christmas Revels; multi-band shows at The Democracy Center and Middle East; Eat Your Heart Out charity food and music event; and “It’s a Wonderful Life” live radio play.
The Luminarium Dance Company takes more creative leaps around and forward with its production “The Sleeprunner,” opening Friday at the Multicultural Arts Center.
If Black Friday is going to be a tradition, chanteuse Niki Luparelli has a way to make it cool: Make it about the coolest person ever, David Bowie.
Interactive Fiction Jam game-making event; Halloween radio plays, maze and ballroom dancing; queered “Othello”; Rockstar Halloween; and three Halloween/Dias de los Muertos food events.
Cat video festival; Pipeline! band reunion shows; ‘Egyptomania’ vintage belly dance; Soul Clap & Dance-Off; and Harvard Square’s 36th Annual Oktoberfest.
Mary Magdalene, Eve, Isis, the Queen of Sheba, Ishtar, Delilah, Joan of Arc and more are all explored in this multimedia project.
It’s time for dance in the Art City August schedule, after the new arts organization put the focus on music in the first weekend and film last weekend.
“Rhinocéros” by Eugene Ionesco; “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty”; “Red-Breasted Swallows in Blueberry Land”; Electro Queer Trans Resisdance; and Cambridge Jazz Festival.
Magic Lantern show at The Brattle; “The Winter Soldier” free at MIT; Desi dance party with belly dancer and hookah; a Handmade Marketplace; and a Beat Hôtel Bastille Day celebration.