Presented by Fresh Ink Theatre Written by John J King Directed by Stephanie LeBolt In collaboration with the Boston Public Library Playwright-in-Residence program and part of the Push Project Residency at Boston Center for the Arts
Warning: Parts of this play require audience interaction. If that isn’t your thing, sit in the back.
(Boston, MA) Martha’s (b)Rainstorm: A Boston Fairytale pays homage to our fair city through Native myth, pop culture references, and pseudo–science. It tackles the very real threat of climate change on our Massachusetts shores through democratic process. Fresh Ink’s production is still in its nascent stage but it a beautiful show bursting with possibility.
“The raven himself is hoarse That croaks the fatal entrance of Duncan Under my battlements.” – Lady Macbeth, Mackers, Shakespeare
(Boston, MA) Baby Boomers have ruined the economy for millennials. My own well-intentioned parents asked me when I’m going to buy a house. My wife and I could only laugh. Then we cried. We cried a lot. It’s not going to happen. We have too much student loan debt. Houses in Somerville are no longer things the middle-class can afford. Continue reading →