In addition to the fully-stage production of Blood on the Snow, we are pleased to be offering a slate of facilitated discussions and talkbacks to give provide deeper context for the show.

All post-show programming takes place in the Council Chamber, and is included in the cost of your ticket. More information about available programming is below. Additional programming will be updated as information becomes available.


Artist Talkbacks

JuLY 6, 8, 9, 12, 15, 20, 22, 23, 26, JULY 26 - AUG 20

Please join us after the performance for a conversation with artists from the production, hosted by Bostonian Society staff.


UMASS Boston Conflict Resolution Program

FridayS, JuLY 7, 14, 21, 28

Please join us after the show for a conversation about the themes of the play and their relevance to our contemporary lives, structured for substantive and meaningful engagement among all participants.  The conversation will be facilitated by faculty and students in the Conflict Resolution Program of UMASS Boston. UMASS Boston’s Conflict Resolution Program offers graduate degrees that teach conflict resolution and analysis skills, as well as advanced dialogue, facilitation, mediation, and negotiation methods useful in any workplace or discipline.

Click here to learn more about the UMASS Boston Conflict Resolution Program.

 


Boston Athanaeum and Royall House and Slave Quarters

WEDNESDAY, JULY 5

Please join us after the show for a conversation about the themes of the play and their relevance to our contemporary lives, structured for substantive and meaningful engagement among all participants. The conversation will be facilitated by the Boston Athanaeum and the Royall House and Slave Quarters.


Collections & Archives

Thursday, July 13

Please join us after the show for a conversation focusing on pieces in the Bostonian Society Collections and Archives that relate to the Boston Massacre and the historical characters and events depicted in Blood on the Snow. The conversation will be hosted by Collections Manager Sira Dooley Fairchild and Library & Archives Manager Elizabeth Roscio.