Founded in the 1960s in the heart of the South End, the Boston Center for the Arts is a nonprofit organization that supports working artists and gives them a platform to showcase their work. The BCA is a hub for the arts in the city; here’s what they have going on in March that you don’t want to miss.

Silver Foxes

Centered around movement and sound, Silver Foxes uses sound sculpture and installations to make for a unique theatrical experience. Constructed from mundane objects like recycled wood and folding chairs, the sculptures morph into musical instruments as the show progresses. Catch the performance at the end of March. Running March 30–April 2, 2017. More details here.

Mills Gallery: 551 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02116

Grand Concourse

In a play that “Reminds you of why you go to the theater in the first place” (Chicago Sun Times),  Shelley, a soup kitchen manager in the Bronx, strives to find purpose in what she does. When Emma, a new worker, shows up, Shelley is encouraged. But when Emma starts acting strange, Shelley is put to the test. Running Mar. 3-Apr. 1, 2017. Get your tickets to the performance here.

Calderwood Pavilion: 527 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02116

Know No.

This performance delves into the loaded two-letter word: “no.” What does it mean to be denied? Find out during Know No., during which twelve people use poetry, light and sound to examine the impact of this word in our day-to-day lives. Running March 2-4, 2017. Book tickets here.

Cyclorama: 539 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02116

The White Rabbit Show

This dramedy is never the same experience twice. Improvised anew each time it is performanced, the White Rabbit Show follows a woman seeking to find herself. Join her journey and discover what she learns. Running Feb. 3-May 6, 2017. Purchase tickets here.

Calderwood Pavilion: 527 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02116

Exit Strategy

A compelling story about a Chicago public school that’s been condemned, Exit Strategy by playwright Ike Holter has been praised by the New York Times for “sharp characterization and crisply funny dialogue.” Both a work of art and a critique of America’s education system, Exit Strategy is not to be missed.  Presented by Zeitgeist Stage Company. Running Feb. 17 – Mar. 11, 2017. Get your tickets here.

BCA Plaza Theatre: 539 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02116