Cultural Heroes features the first seven icons of an ongoing series of artists who were key role players for civil rights, putting their careers on the line. Sculpted in a moment of performance, these colossal portrait heads also represent various ways of handling clay, always with the intent to make the material and its treatment at least as important as the subject matter. The artist's seven role models currently represented in the sculptures are Marian Anderson, Woody Guthrie, Billie Holiday, Lead Belly, Paul Robeson, Bessie Smith and Josh White.

Alan LeQuire strives to create a larger-than-life portrait that has the breath of life of the individual. Sculpting his personal heroes, LeQuire understands and communicates their artistic ecstasy.

The result is a miraculous object that possesses the living presence of a person and gives it permanence. Insight into a personality can be found through movement sensed through posture and passion projected through expression.


Tours are available 7 days a week hourly from 12:00pm - 4:00pm.

Availability is based on performance and theatre schedule. Call 617-532-1255 for schedule updates. Please arrive 5 minutes before your preferred tour start time.

Please note the following:

• January 26th – Tours available at 12PM, 3PM, & 4PM
• January 29th – Tours available at 12PM, 3PM, & 4PM
• February 10th – Tours available at 12PM, 2PM, 3PM & 4PM
• February 12th – Tours begin at 1PM

Tickets are available for purchase at the Wang Theatre Box Office, located at 270 Tremont Street in Boston.


 Adult - $20.00

 Senior (60+) - $15.00

 Child (4 - 14) - $12.00

 Military - $15.00

 Student - $15.00