Theatre Meet Up: March 28
Please join us for a theatre meetup with the BU Women’s Guild.
A play by Lenelle Moïse
Directed by Dawn M. Simmons
A co-production with the Front Porch Arts Collective
Tuesday, March 28, 2023
Performance starts at 7:30 PM
Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts
Wimberly Theatre | 527 Tremont Street, Boston.
Join the BUWG & WOCC to see Lenelle Moïse’s play K-I-S-S-I-N-G directed by Dawn M. Simmons. The play is part of the Huntington Theatre Company’s season in collaboration with the Front Porch Arts Collective.
Synopsis: Lala makes fine art on the back of pizza boxes. A sweet and sticky summer inspires her to romance Dani, a budding feminist – and Albert, his smooth-talking twin. What’s good? Love or lust? Either way, she’ll find her muse. Playwright and poet Lenelle Moïse returns to her hometown with a heart-opening story for fans of David Bowie, bell hooks, and fireworks by the Charles. The Front Porch Collective hooks up with The Huntington for this highly anticipated co-production, directed by Dawn M. Simmons.
Read more on the Huntington Theatre website. Learn more about the playwright. Read the Globe article about this play.
Date: Tuesday, March 28, 2023
Time: Performance starts at 7:30 PM
Location: Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts*, Wimberly Theatre | 527 Tremont Street, Boston.
Ticket price: The ticket price is $20!
Capacity: 12, but could get more if interest is high
All members of the University Community are welcome.
TICKET SALES ENDED ON 3/14/23
Questions? Contact Karen Murphy at firstname.lastname@example.org
*The event is being held at the Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts (BCA) at 527 Tremont St. Limited parking is available nearby, but you may have better luck at the Back Bay station garage. It’s a 10-minute walk from Back Bay station along Clarendon Street to Tremont Street. More information is available on the BCA website about parking options. http://www.huntingtontheatre.org/visit/directions/pavilion/
After the Show
“The play was incredibly heartwarming and poignant. I loved how the storyline was very funny and engaging but still able to sensitively address really serious and complex issues. As soon as I left the theater, I wanted to buy another ticket to watch it again. I really appreciated the opportunity to go as a group with other BUWG & WOCC folks. It gave it more of a community feel and it was great to be able to have folks to discuss the play with after.”
–Christa Rose, attendee