This is our Club B-10 theatre. Itâ€™s got a small stage, a full bar, and room for just 200 seats. When a bandâ€™s onstage, the lead singerâ€™s just inches away from the audience. That is to say: Club B-10 is a cozy, casual space for you and 199 of your closest, coolest friends to see some mega talent up-close and personal.
This fall, weâ€™re hosting some of the sweetest, smartest, standout performing arts concerts up in the club. Club B-10, located on the third floor of MASS MoCA (hence â€śupâ€ť in the club), will be home to several artists from different genres, all of whom promise a performance that packs power and punch for audiences in this intimate space.
Whether theyâ€™re still new to the scene and about to make it big (you can say you â€śknew them whenâ€ť), or theyâ€™re already well-loved, these musical, comedy, and theatre groups are sure to make your night up in the club well worth while (and under $20!):
The Bandana Splits
Saturday, October 6, 8 PM â€“
Saturday, October 13, 8 PM â€“
This smart comedy group will have you laughing within seconds, as they give hilarious presentations about mumblecore, sex, and technology.
Ben Perowskyâ€™s Moodswing Orchestra (featuring TK Wonder)
Saturday, November 3, 8 PM â€“
Drummer Ben and his Moodswing Orchestra float between jazz, rock, and even experimental tunes to create deliciously hypnotic grooves. The groupâ€™s also got MC TK Wonder in tow, whoâ€™s supported the likes of Talib Kweli and Erykah Badu.
Alsarah and the Nubatones
Saturday, November 10, 8 PM â€“
Sudanese-American singer Alsarah blends vintage Sudanese pop, Western soul, and traditional Nubian songs in what becomes as much a concert as a musical journey through diaspora.
Tim Crouchâ€™s My Arm, presented by Sundance Institute Theatre Lab
Saturday, December 1, 8 PM â€“
Sundance Lab Fellow, Tim Crouch, performs a reading of his piece My Arm, a story about a man who has become a celebrated medical specimen and an icon of the New York art scene. My Arm is told through live performance and the animation of everyday objects supplied by the audience.