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  1. AUDITION - Theatre Arts, Comedy of Errors
    Open auditions, all UMass Boston students, for William Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors
  2. Jazz Night! The Coolest Night on Campus is This Saturday
    UMass Boston Jazz Ensembles take the new Recital Hall stage Saturday night
  3. Bat Boy Cast Members Nominated to Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival
    Bat Boy cast members to represent UMass Boston at KCATCF, nominations in acting, musical theater and stage management
  4. Bat Boy: The Musical Launches New University Hall Theatre, Opening Thursday
    Rock and roll, horror, comic musical explores prejudice through a half-bat, half-boy, made famous by the Weekly World News
  5. Shout Out To Boston!
    The Performing Arts Department invites you to the UMass Boston Chamber Singers and University Chorus Fall Concert.
  6. UMass Boston to Celebrate Ribbon Cutting of New University Hall
    University Hall is the newest completed project in the university’s master plan.
  7. Be Among the First to Perform in the New University Hall Theatre: Auditions Wednesday & Thursday
    Auditions for Bat Boy: The Musical and New Voices, New Stories will be held September 14 and 15 in the University Hall Theatre.
  8. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  9. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  10. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  11. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  12. Music Orientation & Auditions
    The Performing Arts Department welcomes new and returning music majors and minors
  13. Theatre Arts Orientation
    Performing Arts welcomes all Theatre Arts Majors
  14. UMass Boston Costume Design Professor to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award
    Rafael Jaen, assistant professor of costume design, will receive the Lifetime Achievement in the Arts Award from Salem State University on Tuesday, May 10.
  15. Music of the Middle East
    A free concert of music from throughout the Middle East
  16. Spring Dance Concert a “show of shows,” May 6 & 7
    The Spring Dance Concert features includes a number of remarkable dancers appearing at UMass Boston as students for the last time
  17. Spring Performance in Jazz, Orchestra, and Chorus Set to Begin
    Live, free performances of UMass Boston's music students
  18. UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra Spring Concert: Preludes & Promises
    The UMass Boston Performing Arts Department Presents Preludes & Promise, the spring concert of the UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra, featuring the 2016 Concerto Competition winners.
  19. Spring 2016 Dance Concert (Closing Night)
    Artistic Director Liz Lapuh and Co-Artistic Director Danny Swain showcase exciting student dancers—and student choreography—in an array of dance forms.
  20. Spring 2016 Dance Concert (Opening Night)
    Artistic Director Liz Lapuh and Co-Artistic Director Danny Swain showcase exciting student dancers—and student choreography—in an array of dance forms.
  21. Jazz Night
    Come to this semester's live performance by UMass Boston's jazz ensembles.
  22. Polaroid Stories Cast, Crew, Nominated for Kennedy Center Honors
    Nominations for acting, dramaturgy, design of spring Theatre Arts production
  23. Polaroid Stories Opens, Classical Mythology Meets Dangerous World of Teen Runaways
    Theatre Arts spring production explores teenage homelessness
  24. Polaroid Stories—the Spring Theatre Arts Production
    Iizuka’s drama blends classical mythology and modern-day story telling with the visceral world of teenage runaways.
  25. Polaroid Stories—the Spring Theatre Arts Production
    Iizuka’s drama blends classical mythology and modern-day story telling with the visceral world of teenage runaways.
  26. Polaroid Stories—the Spring Theatre Arts Production
    Iizuka’s drama blends classical mythology and modern-day story telling with the visceral world of teenage runaways.
  27. Polaroid Stories—the Spring Theatre Arts Production
    Iizuka’s drama blends classical mythology and modern-day story telling with the visceral world of teenage runaways.
  28. Music Faculty Mary Oleskiewicz Plays Bach Sonatas in the Forbidden City
    UMass Boston's Mary Oleskiewicz, a world-class flautist, brings Bach Sonatas to one of China's premier venues
  29. Celebrate the Arts at UMass Boston
    Please join the College of Liberal Arts, along with the Art and Performing Arts Departments, as we celebrate our new spaces in University Hall!
  30. Theatre Arts Presents ‘Polaroid Stories’
    The Department of Performing Arts presents Polaroid Stories by Naomi Iizuka, a play merging the gritty world of teen runaways with classic mythology, starting April 7 in the McCormack Theatre.
  31. Call for Submissions: New Voices, New Stories
    Now accepting submissions from UMass Boston playwrights
  32. Theatre Art Students Perform at Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival
    UMass Boston's actors, designers, and playwrights recognized for excellence among students from seven states at annual college theater festival
  33. UMass Boston Opens University Hall to Students
    Today marks the beginning of the phased opening of University Hall, UMass Boston’s second new building in the last two years.
  34. UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra Auditions
    UMass Boston community members -- faculty, staff, students -- invited to audition
  35. Museum Cast, Crew Members Nominated for Kennedy Center Awards
    Performing Arts students recognized by prestigious Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival
  36. Theatre Arts Announces “Polaroid Stories” Auditions, Open Call, and 2016-2017 Season
    Play merges Greek myth with stories of teenage runaways, and coming next fall, Bat Boy: The Musical
  37. Actor’s Info: Preparing for Polaroid Stories Auditions
    Professor Clifford Odle presents an information session for new actors contemplating auditioning for the spring theatre production.
  38. Beacons Showcase Musical Talents with Free Shows in December
    UMass Boston’s Performing Arts Department will host a number of free concerts, recitals, and performances this month showcasing the talent of students, faculty, and guest artists.
  39. Museum Opens Dec. 3, Explores How We Experience Art
    Tina Howe's play remains relevant as 38 characters interact with modern art, from awe to idiocy
  40. Theatre Auditions: Polaroid Stories by Naomi Iizuka
    Open auditions for the cast of Polaroid Stories by Naomi Iizuka.
  41. Saturday Night Jazz
    UMass Jazz Bands present a free evening of Jazz
  42. Winter Escape: Studio Piano Recital
    Students of Chaerin Kim, PhD, representing UMass Boston, Boston University and Eastern Nazarene College
  43. New Conductor for UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra Gears up for Fall Concert
    Sommer Forrester takes the baton with the UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra for "Truth, Lies, and The Human Condition"
  44. Alumna’s Composition to be Performed at Harvard with Cambridge Philharmonic
    Liz Anaya's "The Aura," composed at UMass Boston, now arranged for traditional orchestra and part of a celebration of female composers
  45. Open Auditions for Concerto Competition, Dec. 2 & 9
    Four winners will perform with the UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra at their Spring Concert.
  46. Bach’s Sonatas Performance with Mary Oleskiewicz, PhD, Andrus Madsen and Doug Kelley
    A free performance of Johann Sebastian Bach's flute sonatas and Well-Tempered Clavier
  47. Museum Rehearsals Underway, Outrageousness to Follow
    Michael Fennimore, directing Museum by Tina Howe, dives into rehearsals of a comedy with 18 actors playing 38 characters
  48. Performing Arts Alum Acting Steadily while Unsteady in “Shit-faced Shakespeare”
    Alum riding hit show, performing Shakespeare while intoxicated
  49. UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra Presents: “Truth, Lies and the Human Condition”
    Performing works by Mozart, E. Grieg, and Schubert
  50. Emily Chapman, Senior Honors Recital - Voice
    Emily Chapman, vocalist, performing works by Handel, Schubert, Schumann, and Schönberg
  51. Get Your Tickets for This Week’s Musical Theatre Cabaret, Opening Wednesday
    More than two dozen students, and the UMass Boston Chamber Singers, will sing their way through decades of musical theatre Wednesday and Thursday during the Performing Arts Department's Musical Theatre Cabaret.
  52. Performing Arts Department Announces Fall 2015 Choral/Voice Events
    The fall 2015 semester includes a voice master class, a choral concert, and voice recital. There's also information here about what students need to do if they need piano accompaniment for their juries.
  53. Fall 2015 Voice Recital
    Students from all three voice studios will perform at this Performing Arts Department event.
  54. Fall 2015 Choral Concert
    The University Chorus and Chamber Singers will present music for Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa, including medieval chant, Renaissance polyphony, and contemporary gospel music.
  55. Voice Master Class
    Voice students will sing for each other and get feedback from one of the Performing Arts Department's voice teachers (not their own teacher).
  56. UMass Boston Students, Alumni: Submit Short Plays for Fall 2015 Playwright Mentorship Project
    Each selected playwright will develop the script for four weeks during October with one-on-one intensive mentorship by a faculty playwright mentor and then submit their play to the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival playwriting competition.
  57. Theatre Program Orientation
    New and Current Theatre Majors and Minors (and anyone considering Theatre)
  58. Final Night: Performing Arts Department’s Production of Museum
    Last chance to see Tina Howe's Museum , directed by Michael Fennimore.
  59. Fifth Night of Museum, a Play by Tina Howe
    UMass Boston students perform Tina Howe's Museum , directed by Michael Fennimore.
  60. Final Week: Performing Arts Department’s Production of Museum
    Just three performances remain of Tina Howe's Museum , directed by Michael Fennimore.
  61. Performing Arts Department’s Production of Museum (Two Shows)
    Tina Howe's Museum will be presented twice today: at 2 p.m. and at 7:30 p.m.
  62. Opening Night: Museum
    Come to opening night of the Performing Arts Department's Museum, an elegant play that manages to capture the subjective nature of both a visual, and a theatre arts experience.
  63. UMass Boston’s Performing Arts Department Presents: Museum, a Play by Tina Howe
    The run of UMass Boston's fall play, Museum, continues in the McCormack Theatre.
  64. Final Night: Fall 2015 Musical Theatre Cabaret
    This is your last chance to enjoy a review of musical theatre standards.
  65. Opening Night: Fall 2015 Musical Theatre Cabaret
    Join UMass Boston's Performing Arts Department for an evening review of musical theatre standards. Come, listen, clap your hands and tap your feet to the popular songs in concert.
  66. Fall 2015 Theatre Events: Musical Theatre Cabaret in October and Museum in December
    UMass Boston's Performing Arts Department will present a Musical Theatre Cabaret Oct. 14–15 and the play Museum, by Tina Howe, Dec. 3–5 and Dec. 9–11.
  67. Auditions for the UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra (for Students Seeking Credit)
    Students registering for credit for MUSIC 106 need to audition.
  68. Performing Arts Department Seeking Musicians for Chamber Orchestra
    UMass Boston's Performing Arts Department is actively recruiting members for the Chamber Orchestra (MUSIC 106), under the new direction of Sommer Forrester. Auditions for students registering for credit will take place on Wednesday, September 9 at 6 p.m.
  69. Final Night of Auditions for Fall Musical Theatre Cabaret and Museum, a Play by Tina Howe
    All UMass Boston students are welcome to participate in the combined theatre auditions for two theatre events, a musical theatre cabaret (Oct. 14–15) and Museum, a play by Tina Howe (Dec. 2015).
  70. Auditions for Both Fall Musical Theatre Cabaret and Museum, a Play by Tina Howe
    All UMass Boston students are welcome to participate in the combined theatre auditions for two theatre events, a musical theatre cabaret (Oct. 14–15) and Museum, a play by Tina Howe (Dec. 2015).
  71. Performing Arts Department Announces Fall 2015 Theatre Auditions
    All UMass Boston students are welcome to participate in the combined theatre auditions for the two fall 2015 theatre events, a musical theatre cabaret (Oct. 14–15) and Museum, a play by Tina Howe (Dec. 3–5 and Dec. 9–11). Auditions are Sept. 14 and 15.
  72. Chancellor, Provost to Sport UMass Boston-Designed Ties at Commencement
    The Chancellor's Office commissioned Assistant Professor of Costume Design Rafael Jaen to design 50th anniversary ties and scarves for commencement.
  73. University Chorus and Chamber Singers Present Songs of Struggle, Justice, and Peace
    The University Chorus will present "How Lovely Are the Messengers" by Felix Mendelssohn, and several civil rights songs. The Chamber Singers will will present music on the theme of peace.
  74. A Fond Farewell: UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra Conductor’s Jon Ceander Mitchell’s Last Concert
    Jon Ceander Mitchell, leading the UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra for the last time, will be joined by Elaine Baker D’Angelo, The Pinewoods Morris Men, and the UMass Boston Chamber Singers.
  75. Saturday Night Jazz in Snowden
    Join UMass Boston's Performing Arts Department for an evening of great jazz, performed by UMass Boston student jazz ensembles.
  76. Seven UMass Boston Students Recognized at Theater Festival; Two Moving to National Competition
    Two UMass Boston performing arts students will be competing in the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival in Washington, D.C. in April.
  77. Diversity in Motion: Spring 2015 Dance Concert (Closing Night)
    The UMass Boston Dance Program presents its spring dance concert.
  78. UMass Boston Presents: NEW VOICES, NEW STORIES: A Celebration of Student Playwrights
    Tickets are now on sale for the Performing Arts Department's spring 2015 production, two one-act plays written by UMass Boston alumni.
  79. Final Day of Auditions for NEW VOICES, NEW STORIES: A Celebration of Student Playwrights
    Due to Tuesday's snow closure, auditions will now also be held on February 5. Auditions are open to all UMass Boston students.
  80. Auditions This Week for One-Act Plays by UMass Boston Alumni
    Auditions for two new one-act plays, The Ontology Ward by Pete Riesenberg ’12 and Argyles by Cat Roberts ’14, will be held on Wednesday, February 4 and Thursday, February 5 at 6 p.m. in the McCormack Theatre.
  81. Closing Night: NEW VOICES, NEW STORIES: A Celebration of Student Playwrights
    This is your last chance to see new work written by two UMass Boston alumni, performed by UMass Boston students.
  82. UMass Boston Presents: NEW VOICES, NEW STORIES: A Celebration of Student Playwrights
    Two UMass Boston alumni have their one-act plays performed.
  83. Final Week: NEW VOICES, NEW STORIES: A Celebration of Student Playwrights
    You have only three more chances to catch performances of new student work. NEW VOICES ends April 24.
  84. NEW VOICES, NEW STORIES: A Celebration of Student Playwrights (Two Shows)
    There will be both a matinee at 2 p.m. and an evening performance at 7:30 p.m. of two one-act plays written by UMass Boston alumni.
  85. Plays by UMass Boston Students: NEW VOICES, NEW STORIES: A Celebration of Student Playwrights
    Enjoy two one-act plays written by UMass Boston student playwrights. NEW VOICES runs through April 18 and April 22-April 24.
  86. Auditions for NEW VOICES, NEW STORIES: A Celebration of Student Playwrights
    Auditions are open to all UMass Boston students. Rehearsals start in late February for the April production of two one-act plays written by UMass Boston alumni.
  87. Auditions for NEW VOICES, NEW STORIES: A Celebration of Student Playwrights (One-Acts)
    Auditions are open to all UMass Boston students. Rehearsals start in late February for the April production of two one-act plays written by UMass Boston alumni.
  88. NEW VOICES, NEW STORIES: A Celebration of Student Playwrights (Opening Night)
    Opening night of one-act plays written by UMass Boston student playwrights. NEW VOICES runs through April 18 and April 22-April 24.
  89. New Voices, New Stories: Student and Alumni Playwrights to Have Their Plays Performed This Week
    Two years after the first student playwrights festival, there will once again be an opportunity for audiences to hear and watch plays written by current UMass Boston students and alumni.
  90. NEW VOICES, NEW STORIES: A Celebration of Student Playwrights (Short Plays)
    Free: Watch staged readings of plays written by UMass Boston students Rick Chason, Joey Lawyer, Stacy Randell, Pete Riesenberg, Cat Roberts, and Fatima Teixeira.
  91. Short Plays by UMass Boston Students: NEW VOICES, NEW STORIES: A Celebration of Student Playwrights
    Free: Watch staged readings of plays written by UMass Boston students Rick Chason, Joey Lawyer, Stacy Randell, Pete Riesenberg, Cat Roberts, and Fatima Teixeira.
  92. Auditions for NEW VOICES, NEW STORIES: A Celebration of Student Playwrights (Staged Readings)
    Auditions for staged readings written by UMass Boston student playwrights are open to all UMass Boston students. The readings will be held December 3 and 4. Rehearsals are December 1 and 2.
  93. Tickets Now on Sale for You Can’t Take It with You
    Tickets are now on sale for UMass Boston's fall 2014 production of this classic comedy, which runs from November 13-15 and November 19-21 in the McCormack Theatre.
  94. Theatre Program Meeting for Majors, Minors, and Those Considering Theatre
    Learn about the 2014-2015 season, dates and times for auditions, curriculum changes, and recommended programs for those interested in acting, directing, design, dramaturgy, and playwriting.
  95. Closing Night: You Can’t Take It with You
    UMass Boston's fall production ends tonight.
  96. You Can’t Take It with You
    UMass Boston's fall 2014 production runs from November 13-15 and November 19-21.
  97. UMass Boston’s You Can’t Take It with You
    UMass Boston's fall 2014 production runs from November 13-15 and November 19-21.
  98. UMass Boston’s Performing Arts Department Presents: You Can’t Take It with You
    UMass Boston's fall 2014 production runs from November 13-15 and November 19-21.
  99. UMass Boston Presents: You Can’t Take It with You
    UMass Boston's fall 2014 production runs from November 13-15 and November 19-21.
  100. Opening Night: You Can’t Take It with You
    UMass Boston's fall 2014 production runs from November 13-15 and November 19-21.