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The Fromm Players at Harvard

A celebration of the radical sonic imaginings of the African diaspora and African American artists who have challenged and expanded our notions of what music is.

  • CANCELLED
  • OBERON
Church of Slut

Intelligently designed to give you life.

  • POSTPONED
  • OBERON
Rose Cousins

Canadian JUNO Award-winning songwriter Rose Cousins releases her new record BRAVADO.

  • POSTPONED
  • OBERON
I Wish I Wasn’t Royalty

Celebrate the forthcoming release of I Wish I Wasn’t Royalty, a playable chapbook featuring work by Lyd Havens, Taylor Steele, Jaz Sufi, John-Francis Quiñonez, and Catherine Weiss.

  • POSTPONED
  • OBERON
AcousticaElectronica

Shatter the facade at AcousticaElectronica, where epic performances and intimate experiences meet at an electric dance party.

  • POSTPONED
  • OBERON
Migguel Anggelo in LatinXoxo

Migguel Anggelo

Afterglow @ OBERON

An outrageously queer concert experience that shatters the boundaries of gender with a striptease of “Latin Lover” clichés.

  • POSTPONED
  • OBERON
For the Hellbound

A Queer Vice Party for Creatures of the Night

  • POSTPONED
  • OBERON
Prime Time at OBERON

After a long week, rebound with good vibes and hit music at Prime Time.

  • CANCELLED
  • OBERON
Jill Lepore speaks to the audience at her 1776 Salon

Various Harvard scholars participate in a series of lectures and discussions around the history of our nation in anticipation of the A.R.T.’s upcoming revival of 1776.

  • APR 21 7PM
  • To Be Announced
Whiteney White

Macbeth In Stride

A.R.T. Subscription Season

A battle cry for black female power and desire that excavates the underbelly of female ambition.

  • POSTPONED
  • OBERON
Molly Pope, A Gay Man, and a Piano

Armed with the two things absolutely necessary for a good time, Molly Pope indulges in a set of songs she’s always wanted to tackle.

  • May 14 8PM
  • OBERON
1776

1776

A.R.T. Subscription Season

They knew they would make history, but not what history would make of them. Diane Paulus directs a new production of this Tony Award-winning musical, reexamining this pivotal moment in American history.

  • POSTPONED
  • Loeb Drama Center