In the Bay State Banner: Living a triggered life


On Jan. 25, Keith Mascoll’s one-man show, “Triggered,” returns to Boston for a single performance at the Calderwood Pavilion. After three sold-out shows at Hibernian Hall last year, Mascoll’s project returns to the Boston stage in a longer format sponsored by The Boston Foundation.

The multisensory, multimedia presentation follows two men who have experienced domestic violence and are working towards acceptance. Mascoll, who is a survivor of abuse himself, says it’s important to raise awareness for the topic. “I think it’s difficult for men in general, but especially for black men, to talk about their emotions,” he says. “It’s been such a survival tactic for people of color to keep quiet.”

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