Tag Archives: The Boston Conservatory

Learn to Love Something By Doing It

This essay was originally published in The Arts Fuse, May 11, 2014. When I auditioned to be a member of the Le Grand Continental-Boston (LGC), Celebrity Series choreographed street dance of local citizens, I expected to meet people beyond my … Continue reading

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Wake to the Magic of BoCo

Despite the wet snow on the ground, spring is upon us, which means a bounty of extraordinary performance experiences at The Boston Conservatory.  This weekend’s Thoroughly Modern Millie, their major musical, rivaled the production I saw on Broadway.  Every voice … Continue reading

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Cabaret Reconsidered

Yesterday morning, as I cycled past the cherry trees budding along the river, I drifted into a Kander and Ebb state of mind.  I sang “How Lucky Can You Get’ and really meant it; I sang ‘Marry Me’ and really … Continue reading

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