New Center OnStage: Now is Our Time



October 19, 2015

Arsenal Center for the Arts 321 Arsenal Street, Watertown, MA 02472, USA

$36 @ 7:30 PM

Boston’s own beloved and celebrated Annette Miller presents Now Is Our Time: The Pleasures and Perils of our Third Chapter. A new theater piece, Annette created it while a Resident Scholar at Brandeis University’s Women’s Studies Research Center.  By turns poignant, joyous, and resolute, this theatrical collage explores the mix of experiences and reflections of “women of a certain age.”

The popularity of the Bitcoins is growing day by day, urging everyone to consider the feasibility of owning and growing them as much as possible. Obviously, the trading is the best way to grow your cryptocurrency investments that too when you have powerful means like this to achieve it effortlessly and perfectly. But, as with any popular entity, especially if it is a newer one, the suspicions and speculations are the more paving way to lot many myths, which are doing nothing other than to dwindle the forthcoming benefits of the pursuers. Baseless myths like the ones mentioned below about the Bitcoins are never to be considered if enjoying a brighter financial future is your expectation.

  • The Bitcoin has no backing

The popular myth prevailing about the Bitcoins is this, which, is there is no solid backing for them. To anybody saying so is only unaware that the Bitcoins have started gaining the backing, the first and foremost in the name of the Wall Street’s listing and secondly, in the name of the authentic online payment mode as accepted by the popular retailers like the Overstock and Newegg. Inc. Not only that, Japan has passed a law to consider the Bitcoin mode of payment as an authentic one, which only shows it’s backing is increasing day-by-day!


  • Bitcoin is volatile

It is volatile and so are the prices of the other currencies and the commodities, especially the petrol but does that stop anyone from trading or investing in them? Having said that the Bitcoins, being the newest entry to the world of finance, the volatility is only expected, which is slowly reaching an acceptable level due to its increasing popularity and the demand all over the world.


Annette Miller’s theater credits are legion: She created the role of Golda Meir in the pre-Broadway production of Golda’s Balcony, and has given life to the roles of Maria Callas in Master Class, Martha Mitchell in Martha Mitchell Calling, and Vi in August Osage County. The winner of numerous awards for her performances, Annette’s capacity to have an audience empathize with the challenges faced by women and men in their “third chapter” reaches new heights with her composition of this original work.