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Audacity by Abilities

March 22nd at 8:00pm

The Multicultural Arts Center proudly presents Audacity, the third annual productionby Abilities Dance. Audacity was inspired by the company’s goal to audaciously celebrate diverse bodies in dance. The show consists solely of female choreographed works from Abilities's own Founder & Director Ellice Patterson and Lauren Sava, as well as guest choreographers Louisa Mann and Leslie Taub of NYC, danced by the Abilities Dance. The show also features pieces by youth of Abilities's community partner, Our Space Our Place, an after-school program for blind and low-vision youth in BPS. The show will have audio descriptions created by Kathryn Boland and Amber Pierce. The show will also have CART interpretation. Questions can be emailed to

re{ACT} re{BUILD} re{COLLECT} by Monkeyhouse

March 29th & 30th at 8:00pm

Who are the people who made YOU? re{ACT} re{BUILD} re{COLLECT} uses dance theatre too look at the ways we discover, connect with, and remember the people and relationships that shape our lives. These collaborative creations use metaphors to illustrate how imperfection can transform into physical poetry. A combination of movement and spoken word, partnered with a deft use of costumes and props, create a perfect cocktail of storytelling for anyone who as ever lost a friend or made a new one. 


re{ACT} re{BUILD} re{COLLECT} is choreographed and performed by Monkeyhouse founders Karen Krolak and Nicole Harris; company choreographers Sarah Feinberg, Sam Mullen, Olivia Scharff and Caleb Howe, and guest artists Kim Holman and Sarah Friswell Cotton.


Monkeyhouse is an award winning, Boston-based non-profit that connects communities to choreography. Encouraging people to move with meaning is vitally important in these times of economic uncertainty when many feel disillusioned, stuck, and depressed. Choreography can emphasize individual strengths, express issues that are otherwise difficult to discuss, increase blood flow to the brain to ignite new ideas, and awaken innovative ways to balance.


In Our Gallery

Across from the Theater

Young Artists: Art Work by Cambridge Public School Students

Grades K-8


March 11 - March 29, 2019

Reception: Wednesday, March 13, 2019 from 4-7pm

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Planning a wedding, corporate or non-profit event? Please take a moment to check out our RENTAL PAGE. Information about remaining open dates in 2019 and other information about renting our venue can be found there. Click below for more information.

Call For Art Spring/Fall 2019 

Submit your art today! The Multicultural Arts Center is now accepting proposals for gallery exhibitions for Spring/Fall 2019. Work should be 2D Fine Arts relating to our mission of supporting diversity and multicultural arts that help to educate the community about diversity.

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