The Hasty Pudding Theatricals presents its annual drag burlesque show for Cambridge-area theater buffs, offering a no-holds barred, song-packed performance. Like the unwritten rule about undeclared freshmen taking Intro to Jay Leno, the show is a Harvard tradition that began in 1844. Kashmir if You Can provides expectant audiences with sex, suspense, and a bumbling British detective.
Boasting a history stretching back more than seven decades, the Masterworks Chorale continues to thrill audiences with song standards dug up from a classical repertoire. Music director and maestro Steven Karidoyanes blends his chorus and instrumental ensemble with the young voices of the Treble Chorus of New England to present an evening with the masterfully musical Bach family, featuring works by the illustrious J.S. Bach and. The show opens with motets by family scions C.P.E. and J.C.F. Bach, showcasing their own bountiful talents. Next, a trio of choral pieces by family patriarch Johann Sebastian—including his famous funeral motet, Jesu, meine Freude—demonstrates his fluent mastery of counterpoint, musical structure, and German.
Salsa y Control's instructors—who have performed and taught across the nation—welcome students for a variety of salsa classes. Beginner salsa courses help dancers develop basic steps, techniques, and etiquette, and more advanced courses delve into refining footwork and working with partners. Salsa y Control also offers intermediate classes, along with classes on bachata, burlesque, and cha cha.