Musical Theater News

Can't Keep Quiet

Songs from Can’t Keep Quiet, a Musical Revue Celebrating Womxn Songwriters

October 07, 2019 Rachel Bertone and Anique Mercier

From October 10 through 13, 2019, Boston Conservatory at Berklee will salute women’s often unsung contributions to the American musical with the original revue Can't Keep Quiet: A Concert Celebrating Womxn Composers and Lyricists. Director Rachel Bertone (B.F.A. '07, contemporary dance) and assistant director Anique Mercier (M.F.A. ’20, musical theater) discuss the production’s creative process and offer a sampling of songs from the performance.

Leontyne Price and Sutton Foster

Boston Conservatory at Berklee to Honor Sutton Foster, Leontyne Price at Commencement Ceremony

March 26, 2019 Tori Donahue

Boston Conservatory at Berklee Executive Director Cathy Young will present an honorary doctorate to Tony Award–winning actress, singer, and dancer Sutton Foster at Boston Conservatory’s commencement ceremony on May 11. She will deliver commencement remarks for the Boston Conservatory at Berklee class of 2019 at the ceremony. Legendary American soprano Leontyne Price will be honored at the ceremony, where Dr. Laura Kafka-Price, a close relative, will accept an honorary doctorate on Price’s behalf.

Water spilling from bowl

The Water Becomes a Character: A Conversation with 'Metamorphoses' Director Theresa Lang

December 06, 2018 John Mirisola

Since its debut in 1996, Mary Zimmerman’s Metamorphoses has become a modern classic of American theater. The Tony Award–winning play’s hallmark feature is the body of water constructed on the stage—in this production, a river—which serves as a shifting setting for these unforgettable retellings of ancient myths of transformation.

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Boston Conservatory at Berklee Announces Center Stage, a Curated Collection of Eight Innovative Performances

August 28, 2018 Tori Donahue

Boston Conservatory at Berklee proudly announces Center Stage, a curated performance collection that showcases the Conservatory’s dynamic range in dance, music, and theater, and spotlights the extraordinary talent of the school’s student performers.

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