The Keep Going Song

Now Streaming

August 14–October 8, 2020

Run Time: 55 minutes
created and performed by The Bengsons

 

Indie-folk duo Abigail and Shaun Bengson (Where the Mountain Meets the Sea) return to Actors Theatre with this intimate evening of storytelling through song. In the darkest times, people have long found solace in the sound of their shared voices around a small light, and The Bengsons humbly invite you to come lean into the small glow of your phones and computers as they explore living fully even in moments of fear, choosing to love fiercely, and cultivating joy as a form of personal activism.

Meet the Artists

About nothing more nor less than continuing to exist when everything feels both static and in endless flux.

Ben Brantley, The New York Times

 

About nothing more nor less than continuing to exist when everything feels both static and in endless flux.

Ben Brantley, The New York Times

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On the day the project releases, we'll send you an email with a link to watch the show. Click the link to get to our streaming site, PlayPlay. Once there, simply press play and enjoy! You'll have the entire span of the project to watch the show. For The Keep Going Song, this is from August 14 to October 8.

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From The New York Times

A gutsy pop-folk style spliced with gospel laments and hallelujahs.

Ben Brantley

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More From The Bengsons

A Note From The Bengsons on "What Else Can We Do":

"We started making this video, as a way to connect with each other across distance, to answer the question, 'what do I wish I could say to you right now, in a room, while we hold each others hands.'"

The Keep Going Song (Live From Our Home At The End Of the World)

Listen to the Album

PULLS OUT

2020 Tiny Desk Contest

"I Was Too Late"

From Where the Mountain Meets the Sea

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