Living Entrepreneurship Blog / Tag: Theater

Bread and Puppet Theater at the BCA

By Michèle Oshima: “I’ve been involved with the Bread and Puppet Theater <http://breadandpuppet.org/> since 1997 when I participated in a collaboration between them, EITALC (a Latin American and Caribbean Theater Consortium), and MIT’s Office of the Arts. I love Bread and Puppet’s work, which combines global current events and politics with live action, puppetry and…

Abby

Until the Violence STOPS

Stephanie Millner: “The Vagina Monologues,” by Eve Ensler, is a compilation of monologues taken from the life stories of real women. The play is part of the international V-Day campaign, which Eve Ensler launched to spread the word about violence against women and girls — and to STOP it (www.vday.org). Each year V-Day adds a…

Abby

Acting and Business

Oriana Torres: “Hobbies during Graduate School” seems to be an oxymoron. At Grad School time is indeed extremely limited, especially during your first year. Yet finding spaces to live your passions is always possible, if you proactively look “behind the walls of Olin Hall” and if you are open to mix and mingle with different…

Abby

Theater and the Arts: A New Business Mentality

Jeff Lipson: Jeff playing the leading role of Mark in Jonathan Larson’s, RENT. (Photo Credit: Benjamin Staples) As a freshman, I felt honored to receive the role of Mark in our production of Jonathan Larson’s rock opera, RENT. In all my years of performing and receiving lead roles, this was my most tasking role yet.…

Abby

Drag, Death, and AIDS: RENT in Review

David Hines: A rough scaffolding monolith loomed in front of the audience. Tom Pandolfo as Roger strutted to center stage where he strummed the first cords. On Thursday, April 12th, twenty-two cast members breathed life into John Larsen’s tragic rock opera RENT. As the most ambitious main stage musical yet, the Babson Players sang and…

Abby

“All of this for a loaf of bread…”

Mark Lorenzo: So I thought it would be a good idea for our students to learn some of the business of “show business” ….but I did not think that anyone would want to see the 25th Anniversary Production of Les Miserables. Well to my surprise (and delight) five young entrepreneurs  accompanied me to the performance…