American Repertory Theater

Act II @ A.R.T.

The American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) at Harvard University is a leading force in the American theater, producing groundbreaking work in Cambridge and beyond. A.R.T.'s Act II initiative is an experiment in disrupting the role of spectator as passive observer. Act II invites audience members to remain in the theater following performances for a second act of curated discussions. An open forum focused on the core themes of A.R.T. productions, these moderated conversations have included scholars, medical professionals, families, activists, artists, educators, and more—highlighting the ways in which members of the A.R.T. community continue to create impact in the Boston area and the world. For more information about Act II programs for specific productions, including participant bios and audio recordings of productions, please visit http://americanrepertorytheater.org/page/act-ii-art.

The American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) at Harvard University is a leading force in the American theater, producing groundbreaking work in Cambridge and beyond. A.R.T.'s Act II initiative is an experiment in disrupting the role of spectator as passive observer. Act II invites audience members to remain in the theater following performances for a second act of curated discussions. An open forum focused on the core themes of A.R.T. productions, these moderated conversations have included scholars, medical professionals, families, activists, artists, educators, and more—highlighting the ways in which members of the A.R.T. community continue to create impact in the Boston area and the world. For more information about Act II programs for specific productions, including participant bios and audio recordings of productions, please visit http://americanrepertorytheater.org/page/act-ii-art.

Episodes: 53

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A Discussion with Ramie Targoff

Duration: 38 min

A Conversation with Daniel Alexander Jones

Duration: 30 min

For Truth

Duration: 10 min

Fluffy Town

Duration: 12 min

The Granola Conspiracy

Duration: 9 min

Scammers and the Scamming Scammers Who Scam Them

Duration: 8 min

The Babysitter

Duration: 8 min

The Advocacy Project: A Graduation

Duration: 7 min

The Advocacy Project: Job Openings

Duration: 5 min

Sara, Diana, & Kareem in Conversation

Duration: 50 min

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