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Theatre Book Club

Episode #10: Lighting Design with Jeff Croiter In Theatre Book Club so far, we’ve done a deep dive into the texts and histories of various plays and musicals, we’ve heard … Read On

Caroline’s Craft Corner

Episode #3: Basic embroidery In today’s episode of Caroline’s Craft Corner, Caroline begins by teaching a variety of basic embroidery stitches, including but not limited to the stem stitch, the … Read On

Presidents in Crisis

Class #6: Nixon and Kissinger: The Saturday Night Massacre and the Yom Kippur War “Presidents in Crisis” deals with five presidents who faced significant crisis and how they dealt with … Read On

Baking with Savannah

Episode #3: Cute Critters! This month on Baking with Savannah we will be decorating cookies that take the shape of critters you may find in your garden. Join us as we … Read On

Theatre Book Club

Episode #9: Fiddler on the Roof Because of a last minute guest change, this week’s episode of Theatre Book Club is going to be a little different. Instead of an … Read On

Caroline’s Craft Corner

Episode #2: Macrame hanging planter In today’s episode of “Caroline’s Craft Corner,” Caroline shows you how to make two versions of a macrame hanging planter to home two new additions … Read On

Presidents in Crisis

Class #5: Richard Nixon: Descent into Watergate “Presidents in Crisis” deals with five presidents who faced significant crisis and how they dealt with them. Woodrow Wilson’s abject failure at Versailles … Read On

Casual Fridays with David Adkins

Episode #5: It’s time for a new perspective. This week we hear from our younger artists. The world we are giving them includes climate change, covid 19, college classes while … Read On


Fire up your center, find your alignment, work towards a sculpted, balanced and healthy body. Challenging class for lovers of movement, lovers of the burn! Isadora is a mom of … Read On

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In a Boston Globe article by Don Aucoin on Covid‑19, Artistic Director Kate Maguire said:
"Out of need will come the way. Once the pandemic ebbs, whenever that is, there will be an incredible need to gather again." The theatre has existed from the time of the Greeks. We will go on.
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