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TUCxATB Youth Video Series is here!

A a continuation of our partnership with The Uncomfortable Conversation, Inc., Part 2 of our TUCxATB video series focused on ending relationship-based, gendered, and sexual violence in collaboration was entirely conceived of, co-written and co-produced by youth!  In December, we brought together a group of One Love Teen Ambassadors to write about the subjects most important to tackle within their peer […]

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TUC Meets BLM: Grounding Our Work

Content Warning: discussion of sexual violence, stats on violence against trans folks The systemic issues of intimate partner violence and rape culture that we’ve been exploring this season have direct intersections with systemic racism, and specifically the treatment of Black women and Black trans folks.  While our Uncomfortable Conversation video series explores the contemporary implications […]

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Uncomfortable Conversation Video Premiere!

This season, Artists’ Theater of Boston committed to a year-long video project focused on ending relationship-based, gendered, and sexual violence in collaboration with The Uncomfortable Conversation, Inc. In September, we shot Part One of the series in 1 day, 2 locations, 28 videos, and with over 40 actors and volunteers. Now, you have a chance to learn from […]

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ATB Season Auditions!

ATB is holding open auditions for our season on September 8th! We hope to see you there!

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The Uncomfortable Conversation Video Series: Call for Collaborators

ATB will begin our 19/20 season with a volunteer project, combining the shared missions of several incredible organizations as we work together to normalize conversations about sexual assault and healthy and unhealthy relationships.

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 […]