Spotlights

Sean Lutz

Sean Lutz (he/they) is an interdisciplinary artists and educator whose practice consists of ceramics, installation, video, and performance. He was born in southern Massachusetts and is now based in Medford. Since joining MCA in September 2019, he says, “I have had the incredible opportunity to work with both our young and adult artist community in bothContinue reading “Sean Lutz”

Ann Forbush

Ann Forbush is a Boston based artist/educator who has served on the MCA and, previously, Watertown Children’s Theatre boards for more than a decade. She holds a BFA in photography from UArts in Philadelphia and an MFA from MassART in Boston. Ann’s professional experience includes designing textiles for Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts, teaching atContinue reading “Ann Forbush”

Katherine Fristrom

Katherine Fristrom is a sophomore at the Cambridge School of Weston. She has been a part of Watertown Children’s Theatre and MCA for ten years. She first found out about WCT’s CYC (backstage) program when she was in first grade, and says she immediately knew it was where she was meant to be. She’s beenContinue reading “Katherine Fristrom”

Cat Bennett

Cat Bennett is an artist and former illustrator who did work for national newspapers, magazines, publishers and television for over thirty years. She teaches drawing as a way to find our own vision and look at the world with more care. She is the author of three books on drawing and creative thinking, posts herContinue reading “Cat Bennett”

Marge Dunn

Our first spotlights feature three teaching artists who are directing in the Watertown Children’s Theatre Short Play Festival to be performed on November 13 and 14. Marge Dunn is a Boston-based actor, director, fight choreographer, educator, yoga instructor, etc. She has spent a lot of time at MCA in recent years, teaching and directing forContinue reading “Marge Dunn”

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The Mosesian Center for the Arts is a vibrant multi-disciplinary community arts organization in Watertown, Massachusetts. The 30,000 square foot Center, located within a former United States Army arsenal, includes a 340-seat main stage theater, a 100-seat black box theater, exhibition galleries, rehearsal halls, classrooms, and resident artist studios. Program offerings include visual and performing arts classes and workshops for all ages, literary and art discussions, and world-class theatrical and musical performances. Regionally recognized and acclaimed, Watertown Children’s Theatre proudly serves as MCA’s flagship performing arts education program, providing exceptional theater arts classes and performances for youth and families. New Repertory Theatre is the award-winning professional theater company in residence at MCA, and the venue is rented to other outstanding performing arts companies in the Greater Boston region.

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