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The Intersection Comedy Show presented by Bodega

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CALDERWOOD PAVILION AT THE BCA

527 Tremont Street

South End

Boston, MA 02116

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The annual Intersection Comedy Show comes to the South End's Calderwood Pavilion on Saturday September 7 at 8:00 PM. Join us for a night of great vibes, in partnership with the Fierce Urgency of Now Festival!


We all live at the intersection. Code-switching between authenticity and survival; keeping your job and living your truth. Finding and creating spaces that can handle all of your selves, whether it's your blackness, queerness, love for Paramore, hate for white supremacy, or mixed feelings about any number of issues. We invite you to come see your reflection on stage!


Spoken Word: Arianna Monet & Terah Ehigiator (Boston Poetry Slam Team)

Stand Up: Tooky Kavanagh, Diana Lu, Kylie Alexander, Trent Wells

Improv & Sketch: Different World, Bodega Improv, JP Brothers

Music: DJ TROY Frost


The Intersection Comedy Show is hella funny, super relatable, sometimes political. It is all those things because we are all those things - and more! It's also completely produced by people of color and features some of the best established and up-and-coming poets, comics, musicians, improvisers, and sketch writers across the city!


We will be raffling off gifts from our wonderful supporters: Dudely Cafe, So Zen Spa, TRILLFIT, PopScope, Improv Boston, Ritz-Carlton Hotels




F.U.N. - Fierce Urgency of Now: Energizing Young Professionals of Color to Unlock Boston’s Promise


What is the Fierce Urgency of Now Festival?

A five-day series of events hosted by local businesses and organizations geared at highlighting the experiences, challenges, and opportunities for young professionals of color in our city with the ultimate goal of creating community. With more than 30 events scheduled, you can plan to learn, connect, and have fun all week long, while also lending your voice to change. Join us September 4-8 to help make Boston more inclusive for all.


Why are we involved in F.U.N.?

With half of the workforce in Boston being classified as millennials, and nearly half of millennials in Greater Boston being people of color, we know that the business community must play a key role in improving the city’s image and increasing access and opportunities to attract and retain talent. Retention of young people of color is of critical importance to our future as a region.

F.U.N. is for you: young professionals and young professional of color looking to build community and gain allies.


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