Boston Black Theater Collective

The Boston Black heater Collective is an organization created by The Trotter Institute at UMASS Boston and The Color of Film Collaborative, Inc., with support from StageSource. The organization is designed to support both financially and programmatically area theatrical companies with an African American as well as Multicultural agenda.

With support currently from the Barr Foundation, the companies receive stipends for their work as well as participate in workshops and lectures on theater management, audience development and hear from noted theater professionals. The purpose of the BBTC is to provide an umbrella organization for the participating companies in order to develop a subscription series that will support the companies collectively as well as individually.

Through this new initiative, The BBTC and StageSource are excited about the potential for growth of the African American Theater scene in and around Boston.

Upcoming BBTC Events

About The Color of Film

The Color of Film Collaborative is a non-profit organization that supports and fosters the individuals and organizations in the creation of diverse images of people of color in film, video, theater and other media, by providing artists with opportunities to exhibit, distribute and find funding for their work, as well as provide a supportive environment where they can share and develop their ideas, their vision and their work with their peers. About Us

Roxbury International Film Festival

Join us July 29th - August 1st, 2010 for the 12th Annual Roxbury Film Festival. Incredible movies will be playing and other events will be happening and more. Find out more

Dinner & A Movie (DAAM)

In collaboration with The Haley House Bakery Café, the Color of Film Collaborative presents our ongoing film series, featuring independent cinema and delicious food. Read more...

The Roxbury International Film Festival

Now going into its 12th year, the Roxbury International Film Festival is proudly presented by The Color of Film Collaborative to promote productions of color. Find out more here...

Contribute to The Color of Film

Help give back to the Arts in Boston - contribute to the Color of Film Collaborative today with a Donation or as a Volunteer. Contribute to TCOF