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Lexington Community Education presents: The Behavior of Wings: A Staged Reading by Steve Bogart
Steve Bogart, playwright, stage director, teacher, visual artist and former drama teacher at Lexington High School will present a staged reading of his new work, The Behavior of Wings, a coming-of-age story about an 18 year old woman who drops out of her freshman year of college and travels to Mexico's Michoacan mountain forest to reunite with the father she hasn't seen in ten years.
Pre-registration, using a VISA or MasterCard is strongly recommended. Please contact Lexington Community Education at 781 862 8043.
Steve is an Artist-in-Residence at Southern New Hampshire University, adjunct professor at Emerson College, and the University of New Orleans. His plays have performed in Boston, NYC, and Chicago. His play, Pigcat was the recipient of the Holland New Voice Award at the 2010 Great Plains Theater Conference. He was also a 2009 Massachusetts Cultural Council Grant recipient in playwriting. Last year Bogart was invited to participate in the Kennedy Center Summer Playwriting Intensive, and this past Summer he was invited to participate in the Freedom Art Theater Retreat where he will work with other playwrights, designer and dramaturges. This winter Bogart will direct a project at the Oberon based on a new Neil Gaiman short story for the local Boston theater company, Liars and Believers. In the Spring, he will direct The Rocky Horror Show at Southern New Hampshire University, and will devise a new piece based on the Boston Abolitionist Movement for the American Repertory Theater Institute.
More About Lexington Depot
The Lexington Depot was built in 1847 and was recently renovated. It is operated by the Lexington Historical Society. It used to be the train station for the line that ran to and from Boston. The path of the line itself is now the Minuteman Bikeway. The Depot is not open to the public, but can be rented for private functions of up to 100 people. Contact the society for more information. There is also a town-operated parking lot located behind the building, which can be used for event parking.
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- Lexington Community Education presents: Together Tea: An Evening with Lexington Author Marjan Kamali Thu, May 30, 7:00 pm–8:30 pm
- Lexington Community Education presents An Evening of Poetry with Li-Young Lee Tue, Jun 4, 7:00 pm–8:30 pm
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