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Gatsby Community Workshops

Gatsby Community Workshops

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    2 hours

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    Free

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Saturday

July 20

Cambridge Public Library

12PM ET

Thursday

July 25

Malden Public Library

6PM ET

Saturday

July 27

East Boston Branch Library

12PM ET

Bilingual services (Spanish/English) will be available at this event./Se ofrece servicios bilingües (español/inglés) durante este evento.

Inspired by A.R.T.’s production of Gatsby, these workshops use theater as a framework to explore themes of belonging, aspirations for the future, and what the American Dream means today, and activate our Essential Question: How can we build a new world that is in conversation with those that came before?

The same workshop experience will be offered at each location. It runs two hours and is designed for ages 16+. Bilingual services (Spanish/English) will be available at the event in East Boston./Se ofrece servicios bilingües (español/inglés) durante el evento en East Boston.

A.R.T.’s Engagement workshops allow community members from across Greater Boston to deeply engage in the themes, questions, and ideas sparked by our productions through theatrical frameworks, generative dialogue, and community-building activities.

Boston Public Library Harvard Ed Portal Cambridge Public Library Malden Public Library

Locations

Harvard Ed Portal

Harvard Ed Portal

SAT, JUL 13 at 12PM
224 Western Ave., Allston

The Harvard Ed Portal is an innovative collaborative partnership for members of the Allston-Brighton and Harvard communities to come together to share ideas and learn from one another.

SAT, JUL 13 at 12PM
224 Western Ave., Allston

The Harvard Ed Portal is an innovative collaborative partnership for members of the Allston-Brighton and Harvard communities to come together to share ideas and learn from one another.

An aerial view of the main Cambridge Public Library, with the 1889 building in the foreground, and the 2009 addition in the background.

Cambridge Public Library

SAT, JUL 20 at 12PM
449 Broadway, Cambridge

The Cambridge Public Library’s Main Library has been located in the geographic center of the city since 1889.

SAT, JUL 20 at 12PM
449 Broadway, Cambridge

The Cambridge Public Library’s Main Library has been located in the geographic center of the city since 1889.

Malden Public Library's Converse Memorial Building

Malden Public Library

THU, JUL 25 at 6PM
36 Salem St., Malden

Founded in 1879, the Malden Public Library is a non-profit corporation with a mission to provide open access to information and to promote love of reading and lifelong learning.

THU, JUL 25 at 6PM
36 Salem St., Malden

Founded in 1879, the Malden Public Library is a non-profit corporation with a mission to provide open access to information and to promote love of reading and lifelong learning.

A view of the East Boston Branch Library with a bike rack shaped like the letters B-P-L in front.

East Boston Branch Library

SAT, JUL 27 at 12PM (Rescheduled)
365 Bremen St., East Boston

The East Boston Branch of the Boston Public Library opened at its current location in the neighborhood in 2013. Bilingual services (Spanish/English) will be available at the event in East Boston./Se ofrece servicios bilingües (español/inglés) durante el evento en East Boston.

SAT, JUL 27 at 12PM (Rescheduled)
365 Bremen St., East Boston

The East Boston Branch of the Boston Public Library opened at its current location in the neighborhood in 2013. Bilingual services (Spanish/English) will be available at the event in East Boston./Se ofrece servicios bilingües (español/inglés) durante el evento en East Boston.