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.
Hindie Rock Fest 2016; Boston Terror ’Thon; “U R [star]” mini series performances; “Broad Appeal” comedy; and Festival of Dumplings and Comicazi Cookie Clash.
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 popular art installation “Play Me, I’m Yours” is back through Oct. 10, placing pianos available for use by anyone throughout Boston neighborhoods and at several locations in Cambridge, with most done by Cambridge artists.
“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.
The Cambridge Symphony Orchestra and music director Cynthia Woods sincerely thank our recent financial supporters as we enter our 42nd season serving Cambridge, Somerville and Greater Boston.
NorthAmericana Festival; Curious George’s 75th Birthday Bash; “Politics and Red Tape: Stories of Jumping Through Hoops”; free “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” screening; and 13th Annual Revels RiverSing.
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.