• May 24 at 2pm, Adventure Theatre MTC offers a free sneak peek of its 2021-2022 world premiere musical, Fantastagirl and The Math Monster, written by Tori Boutin and Madeline Belknap and directed by Jennifer Knight, on Facebook Live. Fantastagirl is her own everyday superhero who is forced to face her ultimate weakness, math. Could a sidekick be the super solution to her math problem? With a little help from her moms and an overeager Math Monster, she just might defeat the her mortal enemy... Fear. Of. Math.

  • Explore the possibilities of Spooky Action Theater's New Works in Action readings series as it moves online for 4 readings May 24 thru June 14 (3pm). After, stay for a talk-back with actors, director and playwright.

  • This second virtual open mic in Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company's series, SAY NERD on May 25 (lobby stream 7:30pm, event 8-9pm), will be hosted by Spit Dat's own Drew Anderson and Dwayne Lawson-Brown. A celebration of the geeks, the nerds, the outcasts, the freaks, the gamers, and all of the fandoms. Get ready to geek out alongside fantastic hosts and features on the OPEN MIC. Sign-up for a slot and reserve your tickets.

  • Social Distancing? Flying V is streaming their wrestling events and podcasts while you're stuck inside. Also, check out their well-lauded "The Pirate Laureate of Port Town," Zachary Fernebok's charming tale of wonder, wit, and wordplay, streaming May 22 to June 1, Pay-What-You-Can.

  • The Madloba Physical Theater Conference presented by Synetic Theater (Opening remarks: May 25, Conference: May 26–30) will convene physical theater artists, designers, and administrators in a pay-what-you-will virtual conference in the Spring of 2020. Programming includes artist and designer workshops, panel discussions for artistic leaders, and access to globally-sourced technique-driven classes and information sessions, including interactive workshops with Synetic co-Founders Paata and Irina Tsikurishvili among other industry leaders. Madloba is Georgian for “Thank You”.

  • Brave Spirits Theatre presents "Shakespeare's Histories: Online Reading Series" (Mons/Tues May 11 to June 2) - a virtual summer staged reading festival celebrating the history plays of the English early modern stage; a supplement to BST's Shakespeare’s Histories productions. Performed by BST's Histories ensemble cast and collaborators from across the world. Free, donations are welcome.


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