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  • Disgraced

    High-powered New York lawyer Amir has climbed the corporate ladder while distancing himself from his Muslim roots. When he and his wife Emily host a dinner party, what starts as a friendly conversation escalates, shattering their views on race, religion, and each other. This electric and riveting drama is directed and designed by the same artistic team as its highly acclaimed Broadway run. Presented by the Huntington Theatre Company Jan. 8 - Feb. 7, 2016.

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  • Violet

    Featuring a powerful folk, rock, and gospel score, this soul-stirring musical, set in 1964, tells the story of a young North Carolina woman who travels by bus to Tulsa to see a faith-healer she thinks can transform her life. Along the way, she forms unlikely friendships with her fellow riders, and learns that it’s the journeys you take in life that help you discover who you are. Presented by SpeakEasy Stage Company Jan. 9 - Feb. 6, 2016.

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  • Milk Like Sugar

    Annie and her teenage friends want the same things: the hottest new phones, cute boys, designer bags. But when they enter into a pregnancy pact, she wonders if there might be a different path and a brighter future. Huntington Playwriting Fellow Kirsten Greenidge (Luck of the Irish) finds raw humor and gritty poetry in this provocative, ripped-from-the-headlines new play. Presented by the Huntington Theatre Company Jan. 29 - Feb. 27, 2016.

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  • Baltimore

    A rolling world premiere commissioned by the Big Ten Theatre Consortium. After she’s dismissed from her job in the athletics department, Shelby Wilson becomes Resident Advisor to a group of freshmen—after all, it’ll look good on her resume. She soon discovers that a racially charged incident has set student against student, and it’s up to her to mediate the situation. In this world premiere production, playwright Kirsten Greenidge explores the complexities of racism from the perspective of eight culturally diverse college students. Presented by Boston Center for American Performance and New Repertory Theatre Feb. 10 - Feb. 28, 2016.

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  • The Glorious Mediocre

    Through a mash-up of Broadway and Modern dance, The Glorious Mediocre! serves as a memoir of the mundane that explores the fruitless pursuits of mortals, with song, dance and a healthy serving of sarcasm. Presented by Kat Nasti Dance Feb. 12 - Feb. 13, 2016

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  • The Hothouse

    A black comedy set in a government-run mental institution, The Hothouse revolves around a sinister murder plot hatched against a backdrop of corruption, sexual favors, and hopeless bureaucratic ineptitude. Beneath the surface comedy there are frightening implications concerning a bureaucracy ostensibly dedicated to humanitarian concerns, but where people are referred to by numbers and forgotten as easily as troublesome figures on a balance sheet. Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts Feb. 19 - Feb. 21, 2016.

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  • INFERNO: Fire at the Cocoanut Grove 1942

    “Inferno!  Fire at the Cocoanut Grove: 1942” is a powerful story that  profoundly affected the people of Boston and the nation. Presented by The Core Theatre Feb. 24 - Apr. 03, 2016

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  • Cosi Fan Tutte

    This popular operatic comedy, sung in Italian with supertitles in English, pairs Mozart’s glorious music with Da Ponte’s skillful libretto.  Loosely translated as “they all do it,” fidelity is challenged in order that truth and wisdom might be gained, and the comedy of disguises juxtaposed with the power of deceit lead to an unexpected climax. Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts Feb. 25 - Feb. 28, 2016.

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  • Cakewalk

    Cakewalk portrays a traditional cake baking competition in a small Vermont town during the July 4th festivities.  The contestants include a nun-in-disguise, a driven cub scout leader, owner of the local organic café, the Mother-of-the-Bride, and the only male competition entrant, an visiting archeologist. Presented by Zeitgeist Stage Company Feb. 26 - Mar. 19, 2016. 

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  • The Launch Prize

    In this new work by local playwright MJ Halberstadt, a young, diverse cast portrays a quartet of visual arts students who go head-to-head over issues of gender and racial identity when one of them receives the prestigious Launch Prize. Presented by Bridge Repertory Theater of Boston Mar. 3 - Mar. 20, 2016.

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  • Caps for Sale

    Filled with warmth, humor, and sincerity, CAPS FOR SALE will delight audiences young and old.  Presented by Boston Children's Theatre  Mar. 5 - Mar. 13, 2016

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  • August Wilson's How I Learned What I Learned

    In this solo show, the late Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright August Wilson shares stories about his first few jobs, a stint in jail, his lifelong friends, and his encounters with racism, music, and love as a young poet in Pittsburgh’s Hill District. Directed by Todd Kreidler and featuring Eugene Lee, both longtime Wilson collaborators, this theatrical memoir charts one man’s journey of self-discovery through adversity, and what it means to be a black artist in America. Presented by the Huntington Theatre Company Mar. 5 - Apr. 3, 2016.

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  • Bootycandy

    Bootycandy is a shockingly funny and saucy spin on race, sex, and sexuality. Based on the author’s own experiences growing up black and gay, the play unfolds in a series of loosely linked vignettes that take no prisoners when confronting racial, sexual, and cultural stereotypes. Presented by SpeakEasy Stage Company Mar. 12 - Apr. 9, 2016.

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  • Can You Forgive Her?

    It’s Halloween night, and Miranda is desperate for a way out. She’s up to her neck in debt, she might be falling for the man who pays her bills, and now her date has threatened to kill her. A charismatic stranger offers shelter and a drink; where will the night take them? With her trademark dark humor, two-time Pulitzer finalist Gina Gionfriddo presents complicated characters wrestling with love, money, and their past in this sharp contemporary comedy. Presented by the Huntington Theatre Company Mar. 25 - Apr. 24, 2016.

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  • Speech and Debate

    Three teenage misfits in Salem, Oregon discover they are linked by a sex scandal that's rocked their town. When one of them sets out to expose the truth, secrets become currency, the stakes get higher, and the trio's connection grows deeper in this searching, fiercely funny dark comedy with music. Presented by Bad Habit Productions Mar. 26 - Apr. 10, 2016.

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  • O Happy Port!

    This show for all ages takes your family on a journey through the history, landmarks and neighborhoods of Boston. After attending, you'll want to rush out into the city to see it with new eyes. Presented by Bad Habit Productions Apr. 2 - Apr. 9, 2016.

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  • A Midsummer Night's Dream

    Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream conjures some of the most beautiful and ethereal music ever set to Shakespeare’s classic tale. The story interweaves the adventures of four young lovers, a roaming comedy troupe, a royal couple, and their interactions in an enchanted fairy kingdom. Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts Apr. 14 - Apr. 17, 2016.

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  • Unsafe

    A psychological thriller that follows a New York family as they struggle to pick up the pieces in the wake of 9-11. Presented by Boston Public Works Theatre Company Apr. 15 - Apr. 30, 2016.

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  • The Wild Party

    A gritty, sexy jazz musical drama about a 20's era house party, it's colorful guests, and the hard lessons of life in the fast lane. Presented by Moonbox Productions Apr. 15 - May 1, 2016

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  • Prometheus Bound

    High in the Caucasus at the ends of the earth, Prometheus is chained to a rock with a bolt through his chest. He talks of a secret that should not be told for fear of its power being lost. This secret is so important that its secrecy could be our salvation. Prometheus Bound is a play veiled in myth, but as unearthly as the play seems it presents the human condition in a more uncomfortably naked state than any other play. Linguistically and thematically it is the most sophisticated and brutal of all the tragedies. On the page it invites deep analysis but on its feet it becomes the very thing that theatre should be: a journey to the heart. Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts Apr. 27 - May 1, 2016.

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  • Parade

    The tragic, true story of the trial and lynching of Leo Frank, a man wrongly accused of murder. Amid religious intolerance, political injustice, and racial tension, the stirring Tony Award-winning Parade explores the endurance of love and hope against all the odds. Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts Apr. 29 - May 6, 2016.

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  • Dogfight

    It’s November 21, 1963; and on the eve of their deployment to a small but growing conflict in Southeast Asia, three young Marines set out for one final boys’ night of debauchery, partying, and maybe a little trouble. But when Corporal Eddie Birdlace meets Rose, an awkward and idealistic waitress he enlists to win a cruel bet with his fellow recruits, she rewrites the rules of the game and teaches him the power of love and compassion. Presented by SpeakEasy Stage Company May 7 - Jun. 4, 2016.

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  • I Was Most Alive With You

    At Thanksgiving dinner, Knox shares that he is grateful for three things he thought were a curse: being Deaf, being gay, and being an alcoholic. After a terrible accident and what feels like the trials of Job, he and his family’s resilience is put to the test. Written both in English and American Sign Language, Craig Lucas’ funny, ambitious, and beautiful new play pulses with the exhilaration and ache of human connection. Presented by the Huntington Theatre Company May 25 - Jun. 26, 2016.

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