In collaboration with Villa Victoria and Inquilinos Boricuas en Accion, creations of original dance and music unfold inspired by Pablo Neruda’s Book of Questions. Urbanity dancers team with Boston based musician and composer, Beau Kenyon, and Neruda scholars to celebrate Boston’s diverse community through themes of justice and fairness. A matinee performance is being offered to youth in the Villa Victoria community.
February 3rd and 4th
7:30 pm | Doors open 7:00 pm
All seating is general within each section, including the Preferred Seating section. All tickets are held for will call at the door of the event. You may also print your tickets or have them viewable on your mobile device.
If you need special seating accomodations, please contact Marco Carneiro at firstname.lastname@example.org
Preferred seating ticket holders recieve entrance to the best seating in the house. Proceeds from these ticket sales contribute to our Access and Opportunity student scholarship fund. (Tax deductible gift: $24.)
Questions? Contact us