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The Lost Music of Canterbury

May 19 - July 31

Available until July 31, 2021 on WCRB Click Here to stream online A program of sacred music from the Peterhouse Partbooks (c. 1540), copied for Canterbury Cathedral on the verge of the English Reformation. Recorded February 8, 2019 at The Parish of All Saints, Ashmont.

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JMBT Intensive Summer Program

July 6 - August 7
Free

Preparing the next generation for a new era of dance A rigorous ballet training and performance experience like no other! For Students Ages 10-19 Located in beautiful Harvard Square, Cambridge, José Mateo Ballet Theatre has been repeatedly recognized as one of the area’s leading dance institutions. The organization was recently honored with a "Best of […]

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Night

much a do about nothing

July 6 @ 12:00 am - August 1 @ 12:00 am
$1,600

Open Slots Remain for SYI! Apply Today! In two weeks, we begin our 11th annual Summer Youth Intensive at Actors' Shakespeare Project. An outstanding group of youth actors, artists, and interns are coming together to create a film version of Much Ado about Nothing, and it's not too late to join us! Charlestown Working Theater  July 6 – August 1, 2021 […]

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Afternoon

Shirley at The Brattle

July 22 @ 4:30 pm

Elizabeth Moss is renowned horror writer Shirley Jackson in a compelling new literary psychodrama from director Josephine Decker (Madeline’s Madeline). “A psychologically layered portrait of unapologetic womanhood that’s dangerously sensual and sumptuously rebellious.” – Carlos Aguilar, The Wrap “Elizabeth Moss is phenomenal.” – Chris Evangelista, Slashfilm

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Evening

Shirley at The Brattle

July 22, 2021 @ 7:30 pm - 12:00 am

Elizabeth Moss is renowned horror writer Shirley Jackson in a compelling new literary psychodrama from director Josephine Decker (Madeline’s Madeline). “A psychologically layered portrait of unapologetic womanhood that’s dangerously sensual and sumptuously rebellious.” – Carlos Aguilar, The Wrap “Elizabeth Moss is phenomenal.” – Chris Evangelista, Slashfilm

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