A Palo Seco Flamenco Dance Company Returns with Nosotras Somos
Nosotras Somos, the latest work by A Palo Seco Flamenco Dance Company, returns to the Multicultural Arts Center on Friday, February 14 at 8 pm for Valentine’s Day!
This is a wonderful opportunity to see A Palo Seco in our intimate theater with cafe table seating available. A 21+ Spanish Wine and Cava Cash Bar from 7 – 8 pm in our Gallery. Tickets $35 for General Seating and $40 for cafe table seating. The live Flamenco dance and music program begins at 8 pm. Not to be missed!
This event is funded in part by Irving House.
The Royal Sonesta Hotel Boston is our Official Hotel Sponsor for this event.
Urbanity NEXT returns for its eighth year to showcase rising choreographers from the greater Boston area and NYC
February 21st & 22nd, 7:30pm | February 23rd, 2:30pm
Urbanity NEXT returns for its eighth year to showcase rising choreographers from the greater Boston area and NYC. Choreographers are selected from a wide pool of applicants and are given a four-month residency during which they develop their work with both Urbanity's Professional Company and Creative Class. Choreographers include Haley Day, Junichi Fukuda (FukuDance), Key'Aira Lockett, Celia Morris, Charly Santagado (mignolo dance), James O'Gilvie, and Jacob Regan.
Abilities Dance Boston: Cultivate
Cultivate is Abilities Dance Boston's 4th annual performance led by Executive & Artistic Director Ellice Patterson. This performance highlights our company dancers under disabled female and non-binary choreographers (Louisa Mann, Toby Macnutt, Leslie Taub, and Ellice Patterson) along with disabled and non-disabled composers/musicians (Director of Music Andrew Choe, Robert Gross, and David Nabb) from across the country. Audio descriptions have been created and edited by our Editor Amber Pearcy. Our Saturday sensory-sensitive matinee includes our community partner Our Space Our Place (an after-school program for blind/low-vision youth in the Boston Public Schools).
Across from the Theater
Raised in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Myriam Louise Taleb is invested in recreating the urban landscape of the UAE as she remembers it throughout the early and mid-2000’s. Using images that she took during her time there, she found that one of the best ways to recontextualize a rapidly changing space was through the use of collage.
On view January 13 - March 13, 2020.
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