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New A.R.T. Education Intern Andy Short offers some well-researched insight into the disease that claimed Woody Guthrie's life in 1967
On Thursday, May 17th, the A.R.T. and Harvard teamed up for a live simulcast of Woody Sez at the Science Center Plaza. It was the first simulcast of a theatrical production outside of New York City, and was free and open to the public.
Did you know that May is Huntington's Disease (HD) Awareness Month?
Empirical Rogue, a NYC-based company formed of A.R.T./MXAT Institute Alums (we reported on their Hamlet back in the fall...another cold and somewhat rainy time in our lives), is taking on Shakespeare's most famous and oft-quoted romances. No, not Two Noble Kinsmen... ROMEO AND JULIET Featuring lovable Institute grads Jacob Martin ('10), Susannah Hoffmann ('10), Sarah Baskin ('08) and Doug Chapman ('09), directed by Tim Eliot ('10).
Hear ye, hear ye! The Futurity Young Inventors' Club continues with the unveiling of a second utopian machine designed and built by the middle school STEM Club at the Murphy School. Behold...
Today, we unveil the first in a series of world-transforming machines developed by teams of young inventors in residence at the Murphy School (public K-8 in Dorchester). We asked these intrepid pre-early-career scientists to imagine a device that, when turned on, would make the world a better place. How did these middle schoolers view utopia, and how did they perceive the path to its attainment?