John Kelly brings his “Time No Line” to MASS MoCA on Oct. 22, exploring the hardships of life as a young, queer individual during the HIV/AIDS outbreak, using movement, projections, song, and spoken word to express the crippling fear of disease, loss, and loneliness.
Inspired by The Naked I: Monologues From Beyond The Binary by Tobias K. Davis, the 20% Company Twin Cities takes the idea of a monologue-based play to a new level and boldly explains and explores the land beyond ‘male’ and ‘female’.
Neither classical nor rock, but everything in between, the 15th Annual visit of Bang on a Can features public performances, recitals, and lectures, created by 50 cutting-edge composers and performers from around the globe.
Bostonians are encouraged to enjoy the concert in the classic style of the Tanglewood lawn experience. A portion of the hall will be made available for patrons to enjoy the video presentation from the comfort of their own blankets.
When most people think of transgender art (if they think about it at all) they conjure up tacky nightclubs, drag queens and a hidden, clandestine world. But there is some real and innovative art here, a “show” not to be missed. A top pick from Berkshire on Stage.
A dazzling 6 hours of performance art celebrating popular music as Taylor Mac continues his decade by decade review of the roots of American music, and what we can learn from it today.
Slam poetry meets new music in this electrifying and thought-provoking program of music and words presented by three spectacular contemporary performers in MASS MoCA’s Hunter Center on Saturday, March 26, at 8pm.