Author: Julia Davidovitz
What Does Home Mean to You?
(Featured image: Unbothered by the rainstorm outside, my cat Dexter sleeps on the radiator in my childhood home.) For this blog, I asked some This Place/Displaced actors and production team members to answer a simple, open-ended question: What does home mean to you? I worried that perhaps the question was too broad or would inspire […]
Engaging with Matthew Desmond’s ‘Evicted: Poverty and Profit in an American City’
To expand and contextualize our knowledge of housing inequity, ATB members will engage with relevant media before, during, and after our production of This Place/Displaced. Below, find Julia’s review of Matthew Desmond’s Pulitzer Prize winning ethnography, “Evicted: Poverty and Profit in an American City.” Matthew Desmond’s “Evicted” opens with an anecdote and an allegory: a […]
We’re back! ATB Summer Happenings and This Place/Displaced
And we’re back! With the successful presentation of our first summer happening on July 7th, Artists’ Theater of Boston has launched itself back onto the Boston theater scene after a two-year hiatus. We took some time to redefine our company’s direction and values, and are excited to re-launch with a new set of goals […]