Elton John Tribute, Army Band, Fiddler on the Roof & Much More at the Mosesian Center in June

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The Mosesian Center for the Arts has a wide variety of events this June, from concerts to plays to visual art exhibits, plus a community event and arts classes.

The MCA provided the following information:

Earfull at Branch Line | June 11, 18 & 25

This performance series features writers and musicians doing their respective things. Writers read from their new books, or about-to-be books, or right from their crumpled-up notes. Musicians range from harpists to hornblowers, from solo songwriters to full-on rock bands. Join for food & drink on the Branch Line patio, great readings and performances, and time between acts to socialize. 

Fork & Shoe Theatre Co-op presents Café du Cheap Artiste: PRESIDENTS | June 8

Cafe du Cheap Artiste is a performance open mic/cabaret presented in a variety of spaces. Each Cafe has a (loose) theme—pieces can be related to that theme, or not! Please also feel free to dress up in appropriate thematic fashion, or not! The June 8th iteration is HALL OF PRESIDENTS, hurling us deep into the bowels of the very foundation of American freedom: politics.

WCT Voice Concert | June 8

Watertown Children’s Theatre presents our Spring 2024 Voice Concert. Join us to celebrate all that our private voice students have learned this year! Featuring the private voice students of Susan Davies and Ajda Snyder. This event is FREE and open to the public, but reservations are required.

Michael John Ciszewski If Memory Serves | June 12

Heralded as “absolute gay nonsense,” If Memory Serves is a brand new hour of stand-up comedy about sobriety, sex, and profound stupidity that’s earned raves from critics and audiences with “its unmatched blend of pop culture, pathos, and silly queer-assery!” Local queer comedians will open the evening.

Watertown Children’s Theatre Fiddler on the Roof Jr | June 14-16

Fiddler on the Roof Jr. follows Tevye the milkman as he tries to protect his daughters and his way of life from a changing world in early 20th century Russia. This shortened version of the musical theater classic features a cast of performers in grades K-9.

Here Comes Everybody Players present Bloomsday 2024 | June 15-16

To celebrate Father’s Day, the HCE Players present a curated performance from the work of James Joyce related to fatherhood, fathers, and their sons and daughters. The performance will include excerpts from DublinersA Portrait of the Artist as a Young ManUlysses, and Finnegans Wake, and will also include live music.

SETU presents Hush, Hush | June 21-23

A return engagement of SETU’s latest sold-out production! Based on the original Bengali novel Chhadmabesi and the super hit Hindi Bollywood film Chupke Chupke, this light-hearted comedy, performed in English, weaves into middle-class Indian social fabric. 

Tom Cridland presents Tom’s Elton Tribute | June 24

The world’s number one Elton John tribute band plays all the hits by Elton John. Tom Cridland, playing the part of Elton on lead vocals and piano, is close friends with Elton John’s drummer, Nigel Olsson, has recorded songs and episodes of his Greatest Music of All Time Podcast with Elton John’s guitarist, Davey Johnstone… and has even met Sir Elton himself, the man whom Tom credits with helping him recover from alcoholism.

215th U.S. Army Band | June 26

Celebrate our Armed Forces with the 215th Army Band! Based in Fall River, the “Governor’s Own” 215th Army Band serves the people of Massachusetts through music and military service. Musical performances will include their Concert Band, Rock and Pop Hits, the New Orleans Brass Band, and the Fife and Drum ensemble.TICKETS TO ALL SHOWS


Coffee Connect | June 27

Mosesian Arts and the Watertown Business Coalition co-host a morning open house. Drop in for breakfast including coffee and bagels from Wicked Bagel, just opened on School Street . You’re also free to stroll through our galleries to view our current exhibition. The arts center staff will lead tours for anyone who’d like to visit our performance spaces and classrooms too.


Entwined: Visual and Textual Narratives | May 17-June 21, Opening Reception June 6

There are strong connections between literature and visual arts. Words paint pictures and artists interpret and are influenced by stories. Entwined features artwork inspired by literature, the written word, folk tales, and tales of all kinds—from fairy tales to myths to narratives that are autobiographical or speak of the human condition. 


Summer Stages & Studios | Limited spaces available!

Summer arts education programming at Mosesian Arts fosters an engaging, welcoming, and creative community where students entering grades 1-12 can explore new art forms, focus on specific interests, learn from professional teaching artists, and make connections with other participants in a variety of weekly programs grouped by age and arts discipline.

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