solas nua in boston presents a free staged reading of david ireland's acclaimed play dealing with sectarian violence amongst siblings, first performed by tinderbox theatre company at the bruce montgomery theatre, philadelphia, in march 2010 and at various theatres in ireland since. featuring: emma jayne gruttadauria brashani reece† directed by olivia d'ambrosio (artistic director, bridge rep). †solas nua in boston company member. one night only. monday, 26 october 2015, open seating at 7pm, show starts promptly at 7:30pm. free with…Find out more »
Mark your calendars! The next Four Stories is back at a new venue: The Burren in Davis Square. Readers are: SHUBHA SUNDER, SAM WITT, MARIA PINTO and EMILY FRANKLIN Shubha Sunder is a Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellow, a Grub Street instructor, and an associate fiction editor of West Branch. Her writing has appeared in Lenny Letter, Crazyhorse, Narrative Magazine, and Michigan Quarterly Review. She recently completed her first novel, titled Boomtown Girl, set in her hometown of Bangalore, India. Sam Witt is…Find out more »
Certain books were “banned in Boston” at least as far back as 1651, when one William Pynchon wrote a book criticizing Puritanism.