Boston Community Collaborative is thrilled to congratulate its lead dance and drama instructor for being featured in recent and upcoming events in the Boston Theatre Scene. Ms. Ingrid’s already impressive resume continues to grow. We are lucky that she shares her talents with our students and families in the North End.
On May 7th, Ingrid was featured on Company One’s panel of emerging artists at the “Callage Mixah” for their production of Peerless at the Boston Public Library. Ingrid represented Suffolk University as a Boston Area Theater Artist.
Ingrid’s work will be featured at Theater on Fire’s Cabinet of Curiosities. Ingrid will be presenting a staged reading of her new work Sadie Mae, 1969 which tells the story of the infamous Manson Murders from the perspective of Susan Atkins. Susan is the Manson family member best known for her chilling jailhouse confession, leading to the arrest of the infamous Charlie Manson. This play explores her state of mind, her dependence on her leader, and how violence and love are so closely connected. This is an immersive, staged reading and features the talents of Erica Wisor, Matt Bittner, Sara Kerr, Keynessa Nazaire, Victoria Isotti, Rebecca Klein, and Jack Aschenbach.
This play is appropriate for ages 18 and up and will play one night only, May 24th at 7:30 at Charlestown Working Theater. Here is a link to an article about the event, and ticketing:
Ingrid is also returning to Hampshire Shakespeare Company this summer to direct a production of Hamlet, running in repertory with a production or Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, directed by Philadelphia area director, Calvin Atkinson. This production will run throughout the summer. Performance dates:
Finally, Ms Oslund will be directing Alice’s Wonderland, an all ages production that adapts the classic story into an immersive environment. This play is co-produced by Boston Community Collaborative, and The Nazzaro Center and will feature both local youth and adult actors, performing June 2, and 3, 7 pm, location to be announced.