Boston New World Waking moved to March 10.
New World Waking will perform on Blake_Zolfo@(one night only!) at in 132 Ipswich, Room 306. Tickets are $5 and can be reserved by emailing
bostonconservatory.edu. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to The Trevor Project.
The show features a group of incredible singers from The Boston Conservatory, and the response from the performers to this material has been so encouraging as we continue to put this show together. It is also a unique opportunity for this group of pre-professionals to be able to work on a show with the composer being an active part of the process. They have improvised many of the harmony lines and bring a fresh new look at this very pointed piece of theatre.
EarthStone Theatre Company's Cast for New World Waking
*Member of Actor's Equity Association (AEA), the union of professional actors and stage managers in the United States.
EarthStone Theatre Company is a brand new theatre company which operates in Boston, Massachusetts, bringing four shows annually to the Back Bay/Cambridge area. The mission statement of EarthStone is four pronged:
- Breaking down the assumption that theatre can only happen in places designated as "theaters"
- Breaking down preconceptions that specific shows need to be performed in a particular manner
- Breaking down social barriers by using art as activism
- Breaking down artistic barriers by connecting composers/playwrights with actors and vice versa.
Our current season included a completely re-imagined Little Shop of Horrors, a workshop of a new musical called The Greatest Musical Ever, performances of Paul Downs Colaizzo's Really Reallywhich raised money for the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center, and the weekend of March we will be putting up a dynamic production of Shakespeare's Macbeth. New World Waking fits into our mission statement because it sparks strong conversation about LGBT issues.
The executive board of EarthStone is comprised of current students and alumni from The Boston Conservatory, which has about a 30% population that identifies as "other than straight". (The national average is around 14% for a college campus). So we decided to include this powerful song cycle in our season, feeling that it would resonate within such a diverse community.