A Pop-Up Theatre Is Trying To Redefine The Boston Fringe Scene

The Brown Box Theatre’s Kyler Taustin says, “We believe theatre needs to be seen by everyone. The best way for it to be accessible is to place the work in people’s backyards. … This choice gives the experience a physical and emotional impact. The idea of pop-up art allows us to become an exhibit in people’s lives. It’s a different type of public art. We have sculptures and murals that people walk by every day, and now we are turning the theatre into an experience that can have an influence on our daily life.”

Article source here:The Arts Journal

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