In the Boston Globe: Young adult novelist Erin Entrada Kelly isn’t afraid of the dark
For her newest novel, “Lalani of the Distant Sea,” Erin Entrada Kelly turned to her Filipino ancestry to craft a mythic tale of a young girl on an epic journey. The best-selling author won the Newbery Medal for “Hello Universe,” which is being adapted by Netflix for a movie. She will speak at noon Sunday, Oct. 20 at the Dewitt Center Gym as part of the annual Boston Book Festival.
On Broadway World Boston: A.R.T. To Present Community Ritual WHAT TO SEND UP WHEN IT GOES DOWN
American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) at Harvard University, under the leadership of Terrie and Bradley Bloom Artistic Director Diane Paulus and Executive Producer Diane Borger, will present the The Movement Theatre Company’s (TMTC) production of What to Send Up When It Goes Down as part of the 2019/20 A.R.T. Breakout series.
On Boston Neighborhood News: “Stick Fly” to be Staged at Hibernian Hall
The director of “Stick Fly,” Ciera-Sade Wade, and Olawumi Akinwumi of the Madison Park Development Corporation talk about the upcoming performances of the family drama by Lydia Diamond. Interview for BNN News. Aired October 2, 2019.
In the Bay State Banner: Jomama Jones delivers wisdom, hope & love
On Sept. 12 at 6 p.m., Jones will host a free community conversation at Hibernian Hall to discuss his journey as an artist, his work as Jomama and the way black culture has influenced “Black Light.” Attendees can RSVP on the A.R.T. website.