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Virtually OBERON

If you are able, your ticket purchase helps support the artists who created this show and helps us continue to make performances available and accessible.

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$20
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If you are able, your ticket purchase helps support the artists who created this show and helps us continue to make performances available and accessible.

  • Run Time

    30 minutes

  • Tickets

    $20
    Pay-what-you-can option

WATCH NOW
WATCH NOW
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Stream Unbothered on demand anytime through December 9. Purchase a household ticket for access to the event 48 hours from your order date.

Nationally acclaimed, Boston-born artist Oompa returns to OBERON to debut new songs and perform old favorites in a new show that highlights the evolution of herself, music, and artistry. The performance is captured for streaming by The Loop Lab, a BIPOC-led nonprofit whose mission is to empower Womxn and People of Color in careers in the media arts.

This performance contains flashing lights and strobe-like effects.

Notable dates

Virtual Premiere: 10/30 at 7:30PM ET
On Demand Thru: 12/9

Press Coverage

About

Oompa is a nationally-acclaimed, Boston-born poet, rapper, and educator, who is forever representing the queer, black, orphaned, hood kids, n’ them. She was named one of NPR’s 2020 Slingshot Artists to Watch and her engaging, interactive performing style won her the Boston Music Award for Live Act of the Year in 2019, following her 2018 Unsigned Artist of the Year victory among an unprecedented 12 total nominations. In a 2019 feature, WBUR’s the Artery describes the lyric-focused rapper as having a “natural tenderness with language” and calls her verses “funny…incisive and memorable.” Oompa showed this poetic prowess as the winner of the 2017 Women of the World Poetry Slam and a finalist in the 2016 National Poetry Slam. With the release of her newest album, Cleo, Oompa has sold out the Sinclair and a number of other Boston venues. She has been featured by NPR, The Huffington Post, The Boston Globe, Boston Magazine, WGBH, digboston, and NBC 10, and is the recipient of the 2019 Brother Thomas Fellowship, enriching Boston and the world beyond with her work.