Arsenal Center - Play in the Black Box

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  Booking 4 Sonicbids bands
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Summary

Don't miss your LAST CHANCE to submit to arsenalARTS and Sonicbids presents "Play in the Black Box", a music series that will showcase a diverse line-up of musicians from around the New England Tri-state area. There are 4 slots reserved for Sonicbids artists. This exciting new series will take place in the Center’s intimate 90 seat Black Box Theater. Artists will be compensated $350 per show./n/narsenalARTS and Sonicbids presents "Play in the Black Box", which is a music series that will showcase a diverse line-up of musicians from around the New England Tri-state area. There are 4 slots reserved for Sonicbids artists. Music will range from acoustic to pop, rock to reggae, blues and jazz. This Exciting new series will take place in the Center’s intimate 90 seat Black Box Theater. Artists will be compensated $350 per show.


Available dates: (all shows start at 7:30pm in the Black Box Theater)

Friday, April 22nd  Deadline to Submit: February 15, 2011

Friday, June 10th 

Friday, July 8th

One more, TBD




About the Arsenal Center for the Arts:

The Arsenal Center for the Arts occupies 30,000 square feet of space on three floors. It houses two theatres, classrooms and workshop spaces, artist studios, gallery and exhibit space, rehearsal rooms, and informal gathering places. Its stunning and unique architectural design is ideally suited to support its mission of an inter-disciplinary arts center. This mix of interior venues provides a home for three resident companies (New Repertory Theatre, Watertown Children’s Theatre, The Quilters’ Connection) and regular performing troupes such as Improv Jones. The Center also offers its own programming consisting of art exhibits, classes and workshops for adults and children, concerts and other staged events, plus literary presentations and other discussion opportunities. Originally the building 321 of the Watertown Army Arsenal, the Arsenal Center for the Arts is an outstanding story of opportunity, history, perseverance, and transformation. It is also a story of improbable success.