The Every 28 Hours Plays is presented at the MFA by Company One Theatre in collaboration with Boston Arts Academy, Central Square Theater, Harvard Black Community and Student Theater Group, and The Theater Offensive.

The Every 28 Hours Plays was co-created and produced by Claudia Alick of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF), Dominic D’Andrea of The One-Minute Play Festival (1MPF), with the participation of theater artists around the country. Originally created and produced on the ground in the St. Louis community, and in Ferguson, the 3rd phase of the project are a coordinated series of national readings and engagements all over the country sponsored and presented by our partnering theatres.

For more information on the original artists who created this body of work, please visit: http://every28hoursplays.org

Sign Language Interpretation  ASL interpretation

Following the performances, share your experiences and reactions over refreshments and activities.

Post-Show Discussion: The Art, the Movement, and the Boston Response

3:30–4:15 pm | Remis Auditorium

Join in a community conversation led by Maanav Thakore, senior associate at the Interaction Institute for Social Change, and Phaedra Scott, artistic producer for The Every 28 Hours Plays.

Write Your Own One-Minute Play

3:30–5:30 pm | Education Center in Druker Family Pavilion, Room 159

Contribute to the collection of The Every 28 Hours Plays by writing your own one-minute play, with guidance from Company One Theatre’s playwright-in-residence, Kirsten Greenidge, and The Theater Offensive’s youth program manager, Sidney Monroe.

Respond With Words

3:30–5:30 pm | Gallery 168

Use magnetic poetry to create poems, stories, or to arrange your thoughts.

Become an Artivist

3:30–5:30 pm | Education Center in Druker Family Pavilion, Room 159

Use our participatory visual art wall to reflect on what you’ve seen or heard. Small or large, detailed or abstract—anything goes.

The Every 28 Hours Plays


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