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    Boston Center for the Arts (BCA)

    539 Tremont Street
    Boston , MA 02116
    617-426-5000

    Website: bcaonline.org


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    The Boston Center for the Arts (BCA) is a not-for-profit performing and visual arts complex that supports working artists to create, perform and exhibit new works; develops new audiences; and connects the arts to community.

    Located in Boston’s South End, the largest landmark district in the United States covering more than 500 acres, the BCA is dedicated to incubating and showcasing the performing and visual arts of our time....

    The Boston Center for the Arts (BCA) is a not-for-profit performing and visual arts complex that supports working artists to create, perform and exhibit new works; develops new audiences; and connects the arts to community.

    Located in Boston’s South End, the largest landmark district in the United States covering more than 500 acres, the BCA is dedicated to incubating and showcasing the performing and visual arts of our time. Occupying an historic city block on a four-acre parcel of land bordered by Tremont Street, Clarendon Street, Warren Avenue and Berkeley Street, the BCA is a resource to Greater Boston providing a creative “home” for artists, a welcoming arts destination for audiences, and an art connection for city youth and communities.
     


     

     

    Upcoming Events

    Winter Panto 2015: KerPlop! The Tale of the Frog Prince

    Presented by imaginary beasts and Boston Center for the Arts (BCA) at BCA Plaza Black Box

    January 17 - February 7, 2015

    Media Reviews


    • Event Name: Minus 32 Million Words
      Article: Dorchester native finds her voice in her comic one-woman show
      Patriot Ledger - Mar 25, 2010
      By Jody Feinberg

      On a nearly empty stage, actress and comedian Sue Costello is a teenager dreaming of a different life as she postures in front of a full-length mirror. “One of these days, I’m going to be somebody,” she fantasizes in her one-woman show, “Minus 32 Mil… Expand

      On a nearly empty stage, actress and comedian Sue Costello is a teenager dreaming of a different life as she postures in front of a full-length mirror. “One of these days, I’m going to be somebody,” she fantasizes in her one-woman show, “Minus 32 Million Words.” “I’m going to be pretty and rich and famous.”

      Ninety minutes later, Costello is an adult who wants self-acceptance more than stardom. Collapse

    • Event Name: Minus 32 Million Words
      Article: From Costello, ‘Words’ of wisdom, humor, tragedy
      Boston Herald - Mar 18, 2010
      By Jenna Scherer

      “Laugh or you’ll die.” That’s Sue Costello’s motto. If you see “Minus 32 Million Words,” you’ll know that she means it literally.

      Costello, a Dorchester native, doesn’t initiate you gently into her one-woman show. She digs right into her… Expand

      “Laugh or you’ll die.” That’s Sue Costello’s motto. If you see “Minus 32 Million Words,” you’ll know that she means it literally.

      Costello, a Dorchester native, doesn’t initiate you gently into her one-woman show. She digs right into her autobiography, starting as an eighth grader mouthing off to a priest in Savin Hill and winding up a grown woman mouthing off to a therapist in Los Angeles. Collapse

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