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Theater company adds a new flavor to Uphams Corner

“We have a very strong mission to collaborate with the community,” says Meg Fofonoff of Fiddlehead Theatre Company.
“We have a very strong mission to collaborate with the community,” says Meg Fofonoff of Fiddlehead Theatre Company.Jessica Rinaldi For The Boston Globe

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Fiddlehead Theatre Company and the city’s Strand Theatre have been making a joyful noise about their new partnership, including an invitation-only breakfast for supporters at the Parkman House with performances by cast members from the company’s upcoming productions of the musicals “A Little Princess” and “Aida.” But everyone involved hopes the benefits extend beyond the procenium. “We have a very strong mission to collaborate with the community,” says Meg Fofonoff, producing artistic director of Fiddlehead. The first taste of what Fiddlehead’s arrival as resident theater company at the Strand could mean to the Uphams Corner neighborhood comes in a few weeks at the Cape Verdean eatery Restaurant Laura, when teen singers and dancers will offer a one-hour “pop-up theater” experience for diners.

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