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Karen splits her time between teaching adults ESL, and lighting design. She’s been based in the Boston area for over 25 years, and enjoys the camaraderie of the theater community.
Julie is currently a full-time production manager at the ICA Boston, and spent many years before that as an electrician, master electrician, and assistant production manager across the city. Outside of work, she can usually be found watering her houseplants … Continue reading
Alex Lonati is a director, producer, and arts administrator in Boston. In addition to serving as the (newly appointed!) president of TCBF, Alex is the Community Programs & Events Manager at SpeakEasy Stage Company, where she has been on staff … Continue reading
The TCBF board has seen some big changes over these past nine months! We’re pleased to announce the elections of Alex Lonati as the new President and Julie Streeter as the new Vice-President of the TCBF board. We’re also thrilled … Continue reading
As we approach the one-year mark since the COVID-19 pandemic first swept the globe, it is easy to think about all the hardship and grief that has occurred. But instead, we at the Theatre Community Benevolent Fund would like to … Continue reading
Make sure to get your order in before November 9th!
Black lives matter. TCBF stands in mourning, in outrage, and in solidarity with the outcry that has come in the wake of the murder of George Floyd and follows in a long line of black men and women who have been harassed, detained and … Continue reading
We all miss the ability to experience live theatre in this area and we think “TCBF’s CARE-oke” is a good way to share some theatre with you while raising funds for our friends and colleagues in need. We’ll link the … Continue reading
Boston Theater Marathon XXIII: Special Zoom Edition features readings of ten-minute plays by New England playwrights in collaboration with New England theatres, via the video conferencing tool Zoom. Audiences are encouraged to lend their support to area theatre companies and … Continue reading
Boston Theater Marathon XXII: Special Zoom Edition features readings of ten-minute plays by New England playwrights in collaboration with New England theatres, via the video conferencing tool Zoom. Audiences are encouraged to lend their support to area theatre companies and … Continue reading