“Tenderness Selections” by First Generation is a blend of monologues, storytelling, movement, scenes, and includes five languages. Created by First Generation Ensemble, “Tenderness” underscores the dehumanization at the core of all violence, and contrasts it with the eternal power of human tenderness and connection. I
Eugene Mirman headlines an evening of comedy at the Shea with special guest Maeve Higgins, February 9.
Drew Lopenzina’s second book is a cultural biography of the Pequot activist and minister William Apess, the first Native American to write and publish his own book length treatises and memoirs in the 1820’s and 30’s.
Participants will receive a broad overview of the unique issues, skills needed, and steps required to create a competitive public art project application at the local and national level.
Come to the Discovery Center to create art at our investigation station about your favorite places in Montague’s five villages
The Mary Lyon Foundation has given RiverCulture a small grant to organize a community read around the book Into the Beautiful North, by Luis Alberto Urrea.
What happens when three young women from around the world meet up to create a resonant work of theatre that is visceral, athletic, and engages the mystery underlying all experience?