Super Sunday Featured Artists

Don't miss performances by these featured artists on the Festival's Super Sunday.

Performance times are listed below.


Alloy Orchestra

Roger Ebert called them "the best in the world at accompanying silent films." Terry Donahue, Ken Winokur and Roger Miller combine found percussion and state-of-the-art electronics to accompany great films of the silent era. Based in Cambridge, Alloy Orchestra has performed at  film festivals and museums around the world from the Louvre to Lincoln Center.

> Appearing from 2 to 3 p.m. in the Shapiro Campus Center Theater

> Learn more about Alloy Orchestra

Alloy film

 




Hungry March Band

Roaring out of Brooklyn comes the legendary Hungry March Band with a blazing parade of flesh, blood, steel, brass and wood. They are the music of the people and their mythical revelry has been part of guerilla art events, mermaid parades, rural raves, subway parties, protests at MOMA, Lincoln Center and many other territories of free spirit.

> Appearing from 3 - 3:50 p.m. on the Great Lawn.

> Learn more about Hungry March Band.

Hungry March Band

 


Improv Boston

Find yourself creating the laughter with the Pixar of Boston comedy! For more than 30 years, ImprovBoston has been the region's leading theater company dedicated to the art of comedy in all its forms.  Winner of the Nickelodon Award for Best Children’s Theater and voted “Best of Boston” by The Phoenix, The Improper Bostonian, and The Weekly Dig.

> Appearing at 3:30-4:30 in the Shapiro Campus Center Atrium.

> Learn more about ImprovBoston.

Improv Boston

 


Boston Typewriter Orchestra

An eccentric and inventive group of artists (described by National Public Radio as Monty Python-esque) engage in rhythmic typewriter manipulation, combining elements of performance, surrealist comedy and satire.

> Appearing from 2:30-2:50 p.m. in the Rose Art Museum.

> Learn more about Boston Typewriter Orchestra.

Boston Typewriter Orchestra

 


Tanglewood Marionettes

Recipients of two Citations for Excellence in the Art of Puppetry, Anne Ware and Peter Schaefer return to the Festival with an enchanting performance uniting magic and music. Afterward, pull the strings yourself at a Puppet Manipulation Workshop for ages 8 and up. Sign up with a festival volunteer at the performance to participate (limit 26).

> Appearing at 1 p.m. outside Shapiro Campus Center.

> Learn more about Tanglewood Marionettes.

Hansel and Gretel