“A Most Rare Vision” Pop Ups at BPL

All the City’s a Stage: A Season of Shakespeare at the Boston Public Library

“A Most Rare Vision” Pop Up Performances


This April and May, ASP is collaborating with Boston Public Library branches as part of our community work around A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and in partnership with the BPL’s “All the City’s a Stage: A Season of Shakespeare!”


Join us at the following BPL branches as ASP youth and adult actors team up with neighborhood partner school students to perform scenes from A Midsummer Night’s Dream:

  • Grove Hall: Thursday, April 27, 5-6pm
  • Brighton: Thursday, May 18, 4-5pm
  • Dudley Square: Wednesday, May 24, 3:30-4:30pm


Click on the image below for a larger map of the branch locations.


The events are FREE and open to the public; we hope to see you there!


ASP BPL pop up map









Photo by Maggie Hall Photography at Boston Public Library in Copley Square November 2016.



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