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The Franklin Park Plays, the second set in the Neighborhood Podcast Plays Series, is up and ready for action. Download a few, strap on the ol' iPod, and head to Franklin Park for a unique walking tour of an historical public space-- written by local kids, performed by the A.R.T. Institute.
We had a blast throwing the post Woody Sez hootenannies and by the looks of it, so did you!
The New England Folk Music Archives have been a tremendous partner on Woody Sez, helping to program some of our guest hootenanny artists and providing that AWESOME folk music history trunk in the corner of our Lobby. Betsy and Bob. DYLAN. She knows Bob Dylan.
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?