BroadBand is passionate about artistic work that illuminates the intersection between local experience and the global world, broadens perspectives, and instigates and deepens connections and understanding between people. We work with artists, educators, organizations, and institutions to envision, strategize, incubate, develop, produce, and disseminate powerful performances, events, professional development opportunities, and plans that are deeply rooted in context, values and imagination. 

 

With over 50 years of combined experience working at the intersection of artistic creation, learning and culture, BroadBand leverages three distinct perspectives to expand possibilities. We use elastic thinking, framing questions, listening, the ability to move between cultures, synthesis, analysis and integration of ideas, data, and worldviews, and we are dedicated to context-based problem solving to help forge unexpected connections and new opportunities. 

The BroadBand Team

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Creative producer Cristin Canterbury Bagnall is passionate about artistic projects that expand and shift understanding. She developed her point of view over two decades of collaboration with Yo-Yo Ma, as a member of the founding team of Silkroad, and has served as strategic consultant to cultural institutions including the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

 
 

Sara Stackhouse is a producer, strategist and specialist in organizational development.  She has served as founding Executive Producer of Actors’ Shakespeare Project, Chair of Theater at Boston Conservatory at Berklee, Project Manager for Yo-Yo Ma, and founder of The Mama Project, a creative project for women in South Africa.  Sara believes in social justice, artists, young people, and the power of cross-cultural collaboration.

 

Lori Taylor’s respect for educators is rooted in her experience as a classroom teacher, school administrator, and teaching artist. She has held leadership positions at Silkroad, Actors’ Shakespeare Project, and The Cambridge School of Weston. For over 25 years, Lori has envisioned, co-designed, and facilitated learning projects for after school programs, teacher institutes, and in communities, working with thousands of young people and teachers.