Much Ado About Nothing
Actors' Shakespeare Project
APRIL 11 - MAY 6, 2018
Actors' Shakespeare Project returns at the Multicultural Arts Center in April and early May!
Benedick is determined to “die a Bachelor.” Beatrice can’t imagine loving a man she can’t tolerate! They might just be the perfect couple. While the villain Don John sows seeds of rumor and alternative truths, the success of two noble marriages hinges on the hilarious efforts of local law enforcement. The giddiness of the game of love, tempered by conspiracy, enflames this wittiest and most enchanting of Shakespeare’s romantic comedies. The light-hearted story is set against the turmoil of feuding brothers that explores how cunning and mischief can unravel reputations of couples of any gender.
Arts & Community Dialogue
On the Real Side: Why We Cling to Racism and All That Other Divisive Stuff
MAY 30 at 7PM
For some, who believe we have made significant progress in dealing with racism, things are looking better. However, for many others who believe that we still have a way to go, we need to address the ways in which we consciously and unconsciously reinforce thinking patterns and behaviors that sets us all back. Janis A. Pryor adapts for the stage a portion of her newest novel, Dinner With Trixie, the south settles an old score with the north, which dissects the hypocrisy of the north regarding racism.
The dialogue that will follow the play will be led by Pryor, an International Television & Film Award winner for Cultural Programming, Iris Award Winner for Talk Show programming and former Producer and Host of the syndicated radio show, Commonwealth Journal, and will include the cast and creative team.
All events are free and open to the public. RSVPs requested.
Save the Dates
JUNE 2 from NOON - 6PM
AUGUST 21-23, 2018
Coming again to our theater space and the awesome Centeni Courtyard! Artists to be announced at the beginning of the summer.
Across from the Theater
BOUQUET OF HOLLAND
Artwork by Nicholas Shaplyko and Ekaterina Sorokina
March 9, 2018 - May 7, 2018
Gallery Reception: Thursday, March 8 from 4-7PM
Nicholas Shaplyko and Ekaterina Sorokina explore the concept for mystical realism in their work and seek to use art as a tool to bring happiness. This exhibition features works from three of their collections: “Bouquet of Holland” from their European collection, “Fishes” from their Asian collection, and, from their Russian collection, artworks dedicated to the pre-Christian folk holyday “Maslenitsa.”
Click HERE to view our Gallery Page and see more information about the artist.
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Multicultural Arts Center
41 Second Street
East Cambridge, MA 02141
We are handicap accessible.
We support diversity through the visual and performing arts events that we present. Because we are a multi-use art center, we make our space available to artists and groups who may not otherwise have access to a professionally equipped and accessible facility or the cultural mainstream.
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Our historic Theater is the perfect venue for weddings, corporate events, fundraisers and private parties.
Inside the Multicultural Arts Center
Cambridge Art & Frame
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Saturday, by appointment
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