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Amuse Bouche: Small delights for the theatrical palate

Boston Center for the Arts
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Join us for our second installment of Amuse Bouche: Small delights for the theatrical palate.

We’re serving you five new morsels of works in progress including a collaboration between Palaver Strings and Strange News, dance in progress from KAIROS Dance Theater, and new works from Office of War Information, and Fresh Ink Theatre.

Your presence is vital to the creation of new work. Your feedback in the form of anything from a smile, to applause, to a groan can help shape how a work develops. Intrigued? Come see what Boston’s most provocative performing artists are working on!

This event is FREE, but reserving a seat is encouraged.

Amuse Bouche: Small delights for the artistic palate
Thursday, April 12 at 7:30 pm | Plaza Black Box Theatre
FREE Public Program

About Amuse Bouche

BCA opens its doors to hundreds of performing artists each year. Each artist is in a different stage of their development process. Through Amuse Bouche, we give you a peek inside the creative process. See works at the early stage of development along with work that has been produced and is now being refined. BCA's Director of Performing Arts, Dawn M. Simmons introduces you to each artist and asks insightful questions about where they are in the process.