Past Productions

  • Ripcord

    When cantankerous Abby is forced to share her room in assisted living with endlessly chipper Marilyn, the two women make a seemingly harmless bet that quickly escalates into a dangerous and hilarious game of one-upmanship, revealing hidden truths that neither wants exposed. A deliciously inappropriate new comedy from Pulitzer Prize winner David Lindsay-Abaire (Good People). Presented by the Huntington Theatre Company, May 26 - July 2, 2017.

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  • Los Meadows

    When you’re from Las Vegas, it’s easy to leave and never look back. After years of make their own way the Barry sisters decided to surprise Mom for the holidays. The only problem is no one told them she’s been living on the streets. Presented by Boston Public Works Theater Company June 16 - July 1, 2017.

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  • Days of Atonement

    Four estranged sisters reunite when their mother goes missing. Differences of religious beliefs, professions and class clash. And the Day of Atonement approaches. Presented by Israeli Stage June 1 - June 25, 2017. 

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  • Volatile Structures

    Created in residence at BCA, Vimoksha’s Volatile Structures explores concepts of everyday rituals and the comfort or restraint they provide. Presented by BCA Choreographer Residency June 9 - June 10, 2017. 

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  • James and the Giant Peach

    Roald Dahl's fantastical tale of a boy, his insect friends and their amazing journey across the ocean on a giant peach. Presented by Create. Inspire. Change. Theater Company June 8 - June 10, 2017. 

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  • The Bridges of Madison County

    A chance meeting between an Italian-American farm wife and a world weary photographer leads to a soul-stirring affair in this lush, lyrical musical.  Presented by SpeakEasy Stage Company, May 6 - June 3, 2017.

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  • Patience; Or, Bunthorne's Bride

    Odyssey Opera's fully staged performance of Gilbert & Sullivan's satirical exploration of Oscar Wilde's world of the Aesthetes of Victorian England.  Vanity, passion and virtue challenge changing societal norms in the celebre comedy.  Performed in English. Presented by Odyssey Opera June 2 - June 3, 2017. 

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  • Yellow Bird Chase

    A clownish maintenance crew finds a magical yellow bird, and a mad chase begins. Racing over land, across the sea, and through the air – battling pirates, monsters and terrible pop songs – how far will our heroes go? Presented by Liars & Believers May 4 - May 21, 2017. 

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  • Desire

    DESIRE features six short plays by contemporary playwrights based on short stories by Tennessee Williams. Presented by Zeitgeist Stage Company Apr 28 - May 20, 2017. 

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  • The 35th Anniversary Elliot Norton Awards

    Celebrate The Boston Theater Critics Association’s 35th Anniversary Elliot Norton Awards honoring the best in Boston Theater. Presented by The Boston Theater Critics Association May 15, 2017. 

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  • Boston Theater Marathon XIX

    50 ten-minute plays by 50 New England playwrights presented by 50 New England theatre companies in 10 hours.  Presented by Boston Playwrights' Theatre May 14, 2017.

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  • The Labyrinth of Desire

    Filled with clever deceptions and hilarious disguises, this who’s-who comedy of romantic intrigue explores the delightful and essential mystery of love. This stylish and contemporary adaptation proves that long before Sex and the City, intuition and infatuation have challenged the boundaries and fluidity of human desire.  Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts  May 4 - 7, 2017

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  • Tiger at the Gates

    Hector returns from battle as a peacemaker and convinces Ulysses and the populace of the insanity of war. Together they agree that the Trojan War shall not take place. But the poets need a war for their elegies and dirges; the king, because it is custom; the lawyer, because of his honor; and others, for various mean reasons. And so, in spite of all logic, the war erupts.  Presented by the Boston University College of Fine Arts  May 3 - 7, 2017.

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  • The Who & the What

    Brilliant novelist Zarina is writing about women and Islam when she meets Eli, a young convert who bridges the gap between her modern life and traditional heritage. When her conservative father discovers her controversial manuscript, they all must confront the beliefs that define them. A fierce and funny new play about relationships, religion, and the contradictions that make us who we are, from the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of the blockbuster hit DisgracedPresented by the Huntington Theatre Company Mar. 31 - May. 7, 2017.

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  • The White Rabbit Show

    The White Rabbit Show is a fully-improvised, immersive performance that follows one woman's journey to self-discovery. Presented by Rachel Klein May 5 - May 6, 2017. 

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  • Barnum

    A dazzling musical about circus legend PT Barnum and his dream to create the "Greatest Show on Earth".  Presented by Moonbox Productions Apr. 8 - Apr. 30, 2017.                        

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  • One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

    Keeping in the tradition of producing thought-provoking, ground breaking productions such as Reflections of a Rock Lobster, Of Mice and Men and the Elliot Norton Award winning production of The Diary of Anne Frank, BCT is proud to present the emotionally-charged dramatic classic One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. Presented by Boston Children's Theatre April 15 - April 29, 2017.

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  • Le Nozze Di Figaro

    The incomparable Mozart comic opera. The servants Figaro and Susanna succeed in getting married, foiling the efforts of their philandering employer Count Almaviva to seduce Susanna, and teaching him a lesson in fidelity.  Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts School of Music Opera Institute and School of Theatre,  Apr. 20 - 23, 2017.

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  • Topdog/Underdog

    Lincoln and Booth are brothers: best friends and bitter rivals. Lincoln, a former 3-card monte hustler, works as a Lincoln impersonator in a shooting gallery; Booth is an aspiring grifter.  He tempts his brother to get back in the game, but the consequences could be deadly. Suzan-Lori Parks made history as the first African American woman to win a Pulitzer Prize for Drama for this darkly comic, deeply theatrical fable about family wounds and healing bonds. Presented by the Huntington Theatre Company Mar. 10 - Apr. 9, 2017.

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  • The Little Dog Laughed

    The Little Dog Laughed, by Douglas Carter Beane, follows the adventures of Mitchell Green, a movie star who could hit it big if it weren't for one teensy-weensy problem - his agent, Diane, can't seem to keep him in the closet.  Presented by Take Your Pick Productions Mar 24 - Apr 8, 2017.

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  • The Real Inspector Hound

    "The Real Inspector Hound is an exceedingly clever lampoon, sharply in focus..." - The New York Times. Presented by Bad Habit Productions Mar. 18 - Apr. 2, 2017.

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  • The Dangerous Liaisons

    It's all fun and games until someone falls in love. Presented by Boston Opera Collaborative Mar. 24 - Apr. 1, 2017.

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  • Grand Concourse

    A Bronx soup kitchen is the setting for this warm and compelling drama about the mysteries of faith, forgiveness, and compassion.  Presented by SpeakEasy Stage Company, Mar. 3 - Apr. 1, 2017

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  • Play On!

    Music has always played an important role in the world, and helps to tell stories about people, places and moments in history. If you know a young music lover, this show is the perfect way to get up, dance, and sing while learning about famous musicians and the music that moves us.  Presented by Bad Habit Productions Mar. 25 - Apr. 1, 2017.

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  • Lakou Ayiti

    LAKOU AYITI will be an interdisciplinary production that meditates on the “lakou” and its loss in the Haitian imagination in a way that also speaks to a universal condition.  Presented by Jean Appolon Expressions Mar 17 - Mar 18, 2017. 

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  • The Importance Of Being Earnest

    Odyssey Opera's fully staged performance of Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco's final opera setting Wilde's most famous play.  A tale of deception, disguise and misadventure, with plot twists and characters that satirize Victorian values.  Performed in English.  Presented by Odyssey Opera Mar. 17 - Mar. 18, 2017

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  • Sister Anonymous

    What if the dynamic founding duo of the most successful self-help movement of the modern world, Alcoholics Anonymous, Dr. Bob and Bill Wilson, were compelled by an unrecognized third person? Sister Anonymous is her story.  Presented by Second Act Productions Mar 3 - Mar 18, 2017. 

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  • Exit Strategy

    At once poetic, political, complex, compassionate and above all timely, Ike Holter's thrilling play Exit Strategy is the story of the desperate final days of a condemned, crumbling Chicago public school dreading its deadline with the brutal bulldozers. Presented by Zeitgeist Stage Company Feb. 17 - Mar. 11, 2017. 

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  • Emmeline

    An opera in two acts, Emmeline is an American retelling of the Oedipus myth from the mother’s viewpoint.  Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts School of Music  Feb. 23 - Feb. 26, 2017.

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  • Much Ado About Nothing

    In William Shakespeare’s delightful farce, Hero and her fiancé, Claudio, hatch a plan to matchmake the sharp-witted—and sharp-tongued—duo, Beatrice and Benedick. Meanwhile, meddling Don John plots to ruin Hero and Claudio’s wedding.  Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts  Feb. 22 - Feb. 26, 2017.

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  • 'Tis Pity She's a Whore

    John Ford’s epic story explores myriad forms of doomed love—incest, infatuation, betrayal—and the tragic consequences that befall both those who seek revenge and those who choose to look the other way.  Presented by Boston Universtiy College of Fine Arts  Feb. 18 - Feb. 25, 2017.

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  • Don't Give Up the Ship

    When Diana wakes up as an 1812 war hero, she has new battles to fight in 2017. Presented by Fresh Ink Theatre Feb. 10 - Feb. 25, 2017.

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  • Miss Nelson is Missing

    What would you do if your super nice teacher disappears and a homework-loving, recess-cancelling, tough-as-nails substitute teacher named Viola Swamp takes her place?  Don’t skip school, instead come along with BCT for this hysterical musical mystery and help bring Miss Nelson back to her crazy classroom! Presented by Boston Children's Theatre Feb. 4 - Feb. 25, 2017. 

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  • Passage Through Blue

    Audience and performers will meander through this premiere performance installation where dance, sculpture and projection come crashing together with dynamic results. Presented by Boston Center for the Arts Choreographer Residency Feb. 10 - Feb. 11, 2017.

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  • The Princess & the Pea

    A prince seeking the perfect wife, a maid fighting for her very life, and a forgetful vegetable sprite, who can’t seem to do anything right – not to mention one very nastywoman – these are just a few of the magical characters you will meet in imaginary beasts’ newest seasonal treat. Presented by imaginary beasts Jan. 14 - Feb. 4, 2017.

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  • A Doll's House

    Nora and Torvald Helmer are living their dream life: happily married with children and security.  When Nora risks her reputation to save her husband’s life, the consequences test the limits of their love. In an acclaimed new translation by Bryony Lavery, Ibsen’s powerful, groundbreaking classic about marriage, money, and equality remains as compelling and relevant as ever. Presented by the Huntington Theatre Company Jan. 6 - Feb. 5, 2017.

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  • Hand to God

    Tyrone causes trouble. Tyrone breaks things. Tyrone wants to hurt people, which is bad news for Jason, because Tyrone is Jason’s sock puppet, and he’s refusing to go away, in this vicious and oddly heart-warming comedy.  Presented by SpeakEasy Stage Company, Jan. 6 - Feb. 4, 2017

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  • Sweeney Todd - The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

    "Sweeny Todd is back and he's got revenge in his blood!" Presented by Heart & Dagger Nov 19 - Dec 4, 2016. 

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  • The Chocolate Factory

    Roald Dahl's classic tale of brats and candy re-imagined as only Heart & Dagger can! Presented by Heart & Dagger Productions Nov 25 - Nov 26, 2016. 

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  • Nut/Cracked

    Choreographer David Parker's Nut/Cracked—The Bang Group’s beloved, witty response to The Nutcracker—finds beauty in the ridiculous, waltzing us through many incarnations of Tchaikovsky’s score, including versions by Duke Ellington and Glenn Miller, as well as the traditional orchestral suite. Presented by Peter DiMuro/Public Displays of Motion Dec 15 - 18, 2016.

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  • Gumdrops & The Funny Uncle

    "Gumdrops..."  is an alternative non-Nutcracker dance/theatre performance celebrating families of choice through an LGTBQ lens. Presented by Peter DiMuro/Public Displays of Motion Dec 14 - Dec 18, 2016. 

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  • A Charlie Brown Christmas

    Everyone’s favorite holiday television special LIVE in BCT’s new stage production of A Charlie Brown Christmas. Presented by Boston Children's Theatre Dec 21 - Dec 23, 2016.

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  • The Velveteen Rabbit

    A good book never gets old, and neither does your favorite stuffed bunny. One of Boston’s newest holiday traditions, The Velveteen Rabbit returns for its 8th Anniversary production. Presented by Boston Children's Theatre Dec 3 - Dec 18, 2016.

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  • The Pillowman

    This will be the most important play you see this year; "The Pillowman" is a timely statement on the importance of art, identity, and intellectual freedom. Presented by Abraham Society Nov 30- Dec 3, 2016.

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  • A Quarter Past Midnight

    Through a fusion of modern, contemporary and urban dance styles, A Quarter Past Midnight reimagines Nijinsky’s Afternoon of a Faun in a modern day house club setting. Presented by BCA Choreographer Residency Showcase Nov 11 - Nov 12, 2016. 

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  • The SpeakEasy Traveling Road Show

    Follow Significant Other star Greg Maraio as he attempts to wrangle a crazy cast of Boston theatre celebrities and friends through an evening of trunk-show-inspired variety acts, all to benefit SpeakEasy Stage.  Presented by SpeakEasy Stage Company  Nov. 14, 2016. 

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  • Amadeus

    Moonbox presents Peter Shaffer’s Tony Award-winning AMADEUS!  Antonio Salieri is the most celebrated composer in Vienna - until Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart arrives. Now Salieri will stop at nothing to destroy his rival and silence the only voice that can remind him of his own mediocrity.  A delightful, poignant and gripping look of one of the greatest composers of all time.  Presented by Moonbox Productions Nov 25 - Dec 17, 2016.

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  • Twelfth Night of the Living Dead

    A bloody good time, this comedy mixes campy zombies and Shakespeare. Presented by Anthem Theatre Company Oct 27 - Nov 5, 2016.

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  • The Fall River Axe Murders

    We all know what Lizzie Borden did on that sweltering August day in 1892, but what if there were more to the story?  This fall Imaginary beasts takes a closer look at Lizzie’s peculiar legend when they present the Boston premiere of their original adaptation of Angela Carter’s The Fall River Axe Murders. Presented by imaginary beasts Oct 1 - Oct 22, 2016.

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  • Yakov Smirnoff, Happily Ever Laughter: The Neuroscience of Romantic Relationships

    With infectious charm and his patented brand of humor, comedian Yakov Smirnoff teaches how to put the spark back into relationships through love and laughter.  Presented by Attila Glatz Productions Nov 14, 2016.

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  • The Dare Project: Boston

    A series of new 10-minute plays based on audience dares. Presented by Anthem Theatre Company Sept. 15 - Sept. 17, 2016. 

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  • War Virgin

    War Virgin is Laura Westley's musical comedy show that chronicles her coming of age at West Point and during the Iraq invasion. Presented by Showcase Arts Foundation Sept. 24, 2016. 

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  • Eamonn McCrystal & Chloe Agnew In Concert

    Emmy® award winning Irish tenor Eamonn McCrystal and your favorite Celtic woman, Chloë Agnew, join forces for an exclusive North American tour.  Presented by Hedgehog World Entertainment Dec. 20, 2016. 

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  • Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.

    Through vignettes that move at rapid-fire pace, REVOLT... morphs language and explodes boundaries to explore the myriad ways women are styled, shaped, and confined to fit society’s expectations, asking us: What happens when we rebel? Presented by Company One Theatre Oct. 21 - Nov. 19, 2016. 

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  • The Cherry Orchard

    The Cherry Orchard charts the precipitous descent of a wealthy family and in the process creates a bold meditation on social change and bourgeois materialism.  Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts  Dec. 14 - 18, 2016.

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  • The Cradle Will Rock

    A Brechtian allegory of corruption and corporate greed that includes a panoply of societal figures. Set in "Steeltown, USA," it follows the efforts of Larry Foreman to unionize the town's workers and combat wicked, greedy businessman Mr. Mister.  Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts  Dec. 14 - 18, 2016.

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  • Baltimore

    Playwright Kirsten Greenidge explores the complexities of racism from the perspective of eight culturally diverse college students.  Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts  Oct. 21, 2016.

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  • Romeo & Juliet

    Shakespeare’s tale of star-crossed lovers, performed by the Classic Repertory Company, New Repertory Theatre’s flagship educational outreach program. Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts  Oct. 23, 2016.

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  • The Scarlet Letter

    Nathaniel Hawthorne’s masterwork, performed by the Classic Repertory Company. Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts  Oct. 22, 2016.

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  • Mad Forest

    An incisive portrait of society in turmoil that focuses on two families to reveal what life is like under a totalitarian regime and what results when the regime collapses.  Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts  Oct. 27 - Oct. 30, 2016

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  • The Werther Project

    In the spirit of CFA’s 2012 La traviata, part of the Verdi Project, this performance will feature most of Massenet’s score combined with narrations and readings from the original text. Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts Oct. 28, 2016

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  • Hydrogen Jukebox

    Created as a portrait of America from the 1950s through the 1980s, Hydrogen Jukebox was composed after a chance meeting between composer, Philip Glass, and Beat poet, Allen Ginsberg. Through Glass’ minimalist style, and Ginsberg’s poetry on topics ranging from the anti-war movement to the environment, the opera touches on many of America’s enduring social issues.  Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts Oct. 14 - Oct. 16, 2016

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  • Mad Dash: A Theatrical Endeavor in 24 Hours

    Fresh Ink Theatre It’s a wild and wacky event that brings together the Boston theatre community to write, rehearse, and mount an evening of eight new plays in a single day. Presented by Fresh Ink Theatre August 27, 2016. 

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  • Cleanliness, Godliness, and Madness: A User's Guide

    A multimedia, tragicomic hootenanny for this election season. Presented by Sleeping Weazel Sept. 15 - Sept. 24, 2016.

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  • Eight by Tenn

    Eight by Tenn presents eight short plays by the acclaimed dramatists' Tennesse Williams. Presented by Zeitgeist Stage Company Sept. 2 - Oct. 8, 2016.

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  • Blasted

    Violent, unrelenting, and brutal conflict manifests both in and outside of a small hotel room where three individuals grapple with their own cruelties, fears, desires, and basest instincts in Sarah Kane’s seminal in-yer-face play.  Presented by Off the Grid Theatre Company Sept. 2 - Sept. 18, 2016.

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  • The Scottsboro Boys

    Kander & Ebb’s final collaboration brings to light the shocking true story of nine African American boys jailed in Alabama in 1931 for a crime they did not commit. Presented by SpeakEasy Stage Company
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    Dec. 30, 2016 - Jan. 22, 2017 

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  • Significant Other

    As singles’ nights with his BFFs become bachelorette parties, Jordan Berman embarks on a series of romantic misadventures on a quest to find his own Mr. Right.  Presented by SpeakEasy Stage Company, Sept. 9 - Oct. 9, 2016

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  • In the Heights

    In the Washington Heights neighborhood of Manhattan, a young storeowner watches the joys and heartbreaks of his tight-knit community as they pass through his bodega.  Presented by The Beantown Players August 12th - August 13th, 2016.

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  • BRENDAN

    A recent Irish immigrant, Brendan now calls America home. He misses his family but works hard to fit into his adopted country and find love and meaning in his new life. But his “two pints Wednesday” lifestyle goes topsy-turvy when he receives a letter from home. Presented by Happy Medium Theatre Company July 15 - July 31, 2016.

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  • Yellow Face

    The lines between truth and fiction blur with hilarious andmoving results in David Henry Hwang's unreliable memoir.  Presented by Office of War Information (Bureau of Theatre) July 14 - July 31, 2016. 

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  • From the Sea, To Somewhere Else

    One day, on the Shore of Somewhere Else, a girl tells a boy that she is a mermaid, and it is true: thus begins a new play full of magic, adventure, and fun for all ages! Presented by Flotsam Productions July 15 - July 23, 2016.

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  • Becoming Undone

    The BCA and Zoé Dance invite you to let go of the superficial, loosen your hard-and-fast beliefs, and experience a sense of redefining in an evening where the cinematic and performative entwine in, Becoming Undone. Presented by BCA Choreographers' Residency Showcase June 17th - June 18th, 2016.

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  • Everyday Cabaret

    A cocktail party with pop-up performances of dance and song. Presented by Peter DiMuro/Public Displays of Motion June15th - June 18th, 2016.

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  • Lucio Silla

    Mozart’s early masterpiece pits a devoted husband and wife against the passion and political cunning of a Roman dictator. Can love and determination defeat the might of Rome? Brilliant arias reveal the fury and heartbreak of Rome’s elite. Presented by Odyssey Opera June 8th - June 12th, 2016.

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  • Ezio

    Roman general Ezio is absolutely loyal to his emperor. But when that emperor threatens to marry Ezio’s beloved Fulvia and her father plots to rebel, Ezio must choose between his love and his loyalty. Court intrigue and musical intricacy form the heart of Ezio. Presented by Odyssey Opera June 3rd - June 5th, 2016.

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  • Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Would Not Grow Up

    The story of the Darling Family’s adventures through Neverland with Peter Pan and Tinker Bell, and how it changed Wendy’s life. Presented by Create. Inspire. Change. Theater Company June 29 - July 1, 2016. 

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  • Impresario Now!

    Mozart's comic songspiel with dueling sopranos, battling baritones, a libidinous backer and one very broke producer.  Presented by Wendy Taucher Dance Opera Theater May 5th, 2016.

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  • The T PARTY

    The T Party is a non-traditionally structured theatre piece that explores a range of gender identity and experience through short scenes, performance pieces, and an interactive party. Presented by Company One Theatre July 15 - Aug. 13, 2016. 

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  • ANGAJE

    With the electric choreography of Jean Appolon, and set to the music of Haitian legend Toto Bissainthe, ANGAJE is a full-length production inspired by the struggle against homophobia and the power of Haitian folkloric culture in the fight for justice.  Presented by Jean Appolon Expressions June 3rd - June 4th, 2016. 

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  • The Birds and the Bees

    This trio of plays, by turns sexy and surreal, heady and somber, in landscapes ranging from a therapist's office and the pigeon-strewn streets of Manhattan to a post-apocalyptic forest in Brooklyn, makes for an equally heartbreaking and hilarious evening of theatre that lives somewhere between the mind of Samuel Beckett and soul of Tina Fey.  Presented by Sleeping Weazel June 2 - June 11, 2016. 

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  • How Soft the Lining

    Written by the playwright who brought you Milk Like Sugar and The Luck of the IrishPresented by Bad Habit Productions Nov. 5 - Nov. 20, 2016. 

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  • Curtain Up!

    “We’ve got magic to do!” in this exciting look inside the theater. Young audiences will get to learn about all of the jobs and people who make the theater come to life, from lights and sounds to stage management and costumes! Kids are sure to get bit by the theatre bug in this behind the scenes adventure.  Presented by Bad Habit Productions Aug. 13 - Aug. 27, 2016.

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  • A Man of No Importance

    Winner of the 2003 Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Musical, A Man of No Importance is the tender story of family, friendship, and acceptance that teaches to "love who you love." Presented by Bad Habit Productions Aug. 6 - Aug. 29, 2016.

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  • A Great Wilderness

    After decades as the gentle-natured leader of a Christian retreat that endeavors to “cure” gay teens, Walt is packing up his life and preparing for a reluctant retirement. But when his final client quietly disappears into the remote Idaho wilderness, Walt discovers that his previously unwavering moral compass no longer points the way. Presented by Zeitgeist Stage Company April 29th - May 21st, 2016.

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  • Boston Theater Marathon XVIII

    50 ten-minute plays by 50 New England playwrights presented by 50 New England theatre companies in 10 hours. Presented by Boston Playwrights' Theatre May 8th, 2016.

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  • Tiger Style!

    Squabbling siblings Albert and Jennifer Chen reached the pinnacle of academic achievement. But as adults, they’re epic failures: he’s just been passed up for promotion and she’s been dumped by her loser boyfriend. So, naturally, they confront their parents and launch an Asian Freedom Tour! From California to China, this hilarious new comedy examines race, parenting, and success with wit and sharp humor. Presented by the Huntington Theatre Company Oct. 14 - Nov. 20, 2016.

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  • Bedroom Farce

    4 couples. 3 bedrooms. One hilarious night. Trevor and Susannah, with their marriage on the rocks, invade 3 bedrooms of their family and friends over the course of an evening, spreading chaos in their wake. Director Maria Aitken (The 39 StepsPrivate Lives) returns for this rollicking comedy of marital misunderstandings. Presented by the Huntington Theatre Company Nov. 11 - Dec. 11, 2016.

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  • Sunday in the Park with George

    Stephen Sondheim’s stunning masterpiece centers on enigmatic painter Georges Seurat and his search for love, inspiration, and “the art of making art.” One of the most acclaimed musicals ever, this Pulitzer Prize winner features a glorious score, with the songs “Finishing the Hat,” “Putting it Together,” and “Move On,” and is directed by Artistic Director Peter DuBois (A Little Night Music). Presented by the Huntington Theatre Company Sept. 9 - Oct. 16, 2016.

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  • End of the World

    Two scientists comically handle the catastrophic repercussions of their failed attempt to destroy a meteor heading towards Earth. Presented by Boston Actors Theater May 6th - May 21st, 2016.

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  • Mud Blue Sky

    As wise and touching as it is hilarious, this comedy about three flight attendants and their teenage pot dealer will be helmed by Bridget Kathleen O’Leary, and feature a trio of Boston’s finest actresses: Leigh Barrett, Adrianne Krstansky and Deb Martin. Presented by Bridge Rep of Boston May 15th - June 6th, 2016.

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  • Alice in Wonderland

    Put on your fool's caps and join the beasts on their wild adventure down the rabbit hole when they present a seminal adaptation of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland. Presented by imaginary beasts April 1st - April 23rd, 2016.

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  • The Body Politic

    A transgender man from Kabul emigrates to the South at the height of the Afghan War. Presented by Juventas New Music Ensemble May 5th-May 7th, 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. 2, 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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  • Dancing is a Sin

    With playful humor and crushing candor, these two short Egyptian plays tell stories of women yearning for lives of dignity in the face of poverty, corruption, and discrimination. Free and open to the public. Presented by the Huntington Theatre Company, Jan. 14, 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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  • Faust et Marguerite

    A taut and haunting version of Gounod's classic opera. Presented by Boston Opera Collaborative Jan. 15 - Jan. 23, 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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  • Citizens of the Empire

    In the distant future, as idealism and despotism clash, the fate of the entire galaxy hangs in the balance.  Presented by Boston Public Works Jan. 8 - Jan. 23, 2016. 

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  • The Gift of the Magi

    A magical Christmas romantic comedy to delight audiences of all ages. Presented by The Ridiculous Project Dec. 11 - Dec. 13, 2015. 

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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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  • Winter Panto 2016: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

    Hold onto your hats!  imaginary beasts sweeps into town like a cyclone this January with a tale full of magic and wonder when they refashion an American classic into a fantasy of technicolor proportions. Audiences of all ages will want to follow the 'yellow' brick road all the way to the Boston Center for the Arts to catch Winter Panto 2016:  The Wonderful Wizard of Oz! Presented by imaginary beasts Jan. 9 - Jan. 30. 

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  • It's Not About My Mother

    "It's Not About My Mother" is a bittersweet play about two sisters coming to terms with the death of a person they might not entirely miss. Presented by Fresh Ink Theatre Dec. 4 - 12, 2015.

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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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  • The Velveteen Rabbit

    Combining puppetry with live actors, The Velveteen Rabbit is a story of love, friendship, and hope that is perfect for the entire family.  Presented by Boston Children's Theatre  Dec. 5 - Dec. 20, 2015

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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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  • Entangling

    Inspired by the phenomenon of Quantum Entanglement, in which two atoms become linked to each other, Entangling explores how we are inextricably and consequentially connected to each other.  Presented by Anikaya  Nov. 13 - Nov. 14, 2015

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  • Hard and Fast

    The world premiere of a high octane story about love, obsession and cars.  Presented by Boston Public Works Nov. 20 - Dec. 5, 2015.

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  • 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche

    It's 1956 and the Susan B. Anthony Society for the Sisters of Gertrude Stein are celebrating their annual quiche breakfast - Respect the Egg!  Presented by Heart & Dagger Productions Oct. 22 - Oct. 30, 2015.

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  • Cocoon

    Cocoon is a visual and musical collaboration between the Safarani Sisters. In a video accompanied by improvised live music, they tell the tale of a lost girl who has wrapped herself in a shell-like cocoon to shield and protect herself, and to sink deeper into her own inner world.   Presented by the Safarani Sisters, Oct. 13 - Oct. 17, 2015

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  • The Swelltime Variety Hour

    Be a part of our "live studio audience" for THE SWELLTIME VARIETY HOUR, a hilarious evening of  comedy and song performed  in the style of a old-time radio show. Presented by SpeakEasy Stage Company Nov. 9, 2015.

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  • Barefoot in the Park

    Neil Simon's beloved romantic comedy about two newlyweds learning that life isn't always perfect, but if you don't take it all too seriously, love will prevail. Presented by Moonbox Productions Nov. 20 - Dec. 12, 2015.

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  • Dry Land

    A story about abortion, bad jokes, bathing suits, and friendship, DRY LAND, a New York Times critics’ pick, is a brave portrayal of the contemporary American teenager that epitomizes What’s Next in American theatre. Presented by Company One Oct. 2 - Oct. 30, 2015.

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  • Twa

    JAE will present Twa with live performances by Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR) and Lenelle Moïse, and choreography by Jean Appolon in three separate acts. Presented by Jean Appolon Expression Sep. 3  - Sep. 4, 2015.

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Julius Caesar

    In Shakespeare’s political tragedy, suspicions arise when the beloved Caesar gains popularity among his people. Fearing that he will corrupt the freedom of the State, other members of the government plot to have him killed. In a tumultuous world where politics are vicious, Julius Caesar resonates powerfully with today’s audiences. Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts Oct. 18 - Oct. 23, 2015.

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  • 1984

    George Orwell’s classic novel takes on a frightening contemporary topic. In Oceania, Big Brother watches everyone, everywhere. Winston and Julia resist the oppressive governing Party that brainwashes society through psychological manipulation, power over all information, physical discipline, and a war that will never end. Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts May 13 - May 15, 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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  • 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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  • Delirium

    Hilarious, brutal and tragic, Delirium is a radical re-interpretation of The Brothers Karamazov, Dostoevsky's classic and compelling tale of family rivalries. The Karamazovs are a train wreck waiting to happen. A hated father and his sons battle it out over women, money, and God. Behind them lurks a servant, taking note of it all and, to the side, two beautiful women clinging onto impossible loves. Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts Oct. 22 - Oct. 25, 2015.

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  • Vinkensport, or The Finch Opera

    “Vinkensport, or The Finch Opera” plays off of a Belgian folk competition focused on who owns the most melodious bird in the town. What seems to be a rather simple competition actually sets the stage for a journey into the minds of the competitors and their struggles with deception, loneliness, and love. Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts Oct. 9- Oct. 11, 2015.

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  • The Seven Deadly Sins

    In The Seven Deadly Sins, widely considered among Weill’s masterpieces, two immigrant sisters embark on a seven-year odyssey through seven vice-laden cities, as they try to earn money to build a family home in Louisiana. Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts Oct. 2 - Oct. 4, 2015.

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  • Rosmersholm

    Johannes Rosmer, a former clergyman, lives peacefully now that his wife Beata is dead. Life at his family estate is free, thoughtful, and full of new, liberal ideas, thanks to Rebecca West–Beata’s companion who has conspicuously stayed on at Rosmersholm after her death. But when Dr. Kroll pays an overdue visit to enlist Rosmer’s help on behalf of the dying Conservative party, Rosmer and Rebecca’s plan for a new Free Will gets swept aside in a torrent of rumors, scandalous admissions, and the premonitory return of the town specter, the White Horse of Rosmersholm. Ibsen’s rarely produced masterpiece begs the question, "Do the dead control us?" Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts Dec. 9 - Dec. 13, 2015.

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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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  • Exposed

    When Texas billionaire Seymour Sackeroff is in need of some forgiveness, he goes straight to God’s right hand—Dick Cockburn, the Christian televangelist who talks to the Lord on a regular basis—or so he says.  But when Cockburn comes to roost in Seymour’s mansion, all Hell breaks loose. A play with music and rhythm from the author of King of Second Avenue and the Shakespeare Trilogy (The English ChannelMortal TerrorThe Last Will), Exposed takes a ferociously sardonic wink through the lens of Molière’s Tartuffeto lambast contemporary America, the Right, the Left, the NRA, AIPAC, and greed in all its guises. Presented by Boston Center for American Performance and Boston Playwrights' Theatre Dec. 10 - Dec. 18, 2015.

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  • A Taste of Honey

    Boston Center for American Performance (BCAP), the professional extension of the BU CFA School of Theatre, presents the story of a working-class, adolescent girl and her relationships with the black sailor who makes her pregnant; the homosexual art student who moves into her apartment to help her through her pregnancy; her fun-loving, saloon-frequenting mother; and Peter, her mother's newly acquired husband. One of the great taboo-breaking plays of the 1950s, written when the author was just 18 years old. Presented by Boston Center for American Performance Nov. 11 - Nov. 22, 2015.

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  • Academy Fight Song

    GREED. BETRAYAL. LUST.  ACADEMIA! Presented by Centastage Sept. 10 - Sept. 26, 2015.

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  • The Boys in the Band

    Michael is throwing a birthday party for Harold, a self-proclaimed “pock-marked, Jew fairy,” complete with surprise gift, the Cowboy, a street hustler. As the evening wears on, fueled by drugs and alcohol, bitter, unresolved resentments among the guests come to light when a game of "Truth or Dare" goes terribly wrong.  Presented by Zeitgeist Stage Company Sept. 11 - Oct. 3, 2015.

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  • A Visit With Marie Curie

    A Visit With Marie Curie invites audiences to time travel to 1915 Paris to meet world-renowned Polish scientist & two-time Nobel Prize winner Marie Curie through this acclaimed living history portrayal. Presented by Parity Productions July 25, 2015.

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  • Bittersweet

    The Boston Center for the Arts Dance Residency features choreographer Carey McKinley in collaboration with sculptor Carolyn Lewenberg in their new work Bittersweet. Presented by Boston Center for the Arts July 31 - Aug 1, 2015.

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  • Colossal

    A truly epic play where the athleticism and grace of football collide with the emotion of a heartfelt love story, Colossal is sure to inspire, leaving you cheering in the stands. Presented by Company One July 17 - Aug. 15, 2015.

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  • Three

    There is a coming-of-age story about three young women finding validation, struggling against loneliness, and losing everything. It's about friendship and independence and death and adulthood. It also has a lot of jokes about genitalia. Presented by Boston Public Works Theater Jun 5 - Jun 20, 2015.

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  • Scheherazade

    1001 Arabian Nights comes to life as one woman struggles to save herself and countless other woman from a vengeful fate. Presented by North Atlantic Dance Theatre June 3 - June 7, 2015.

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  • Podcast New England

    Podcast New England is a one-day conference for both new and veteran podcasters alike, as we will present a unique group of speakers who will discuss a wide range of topics. Whether you are looking to start from scratch, grow what you have,  or start making money, Podcast New England will help you get one step closer to your goals. Presented by Podcast New England June 13, 2015.

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  • A Midsummer NIght's Dream

    A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare  Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts and New Repertory Theatre  May 15 - May 16, 2015.

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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. Performed 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 27 - June 26, 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • A Confederacy of Dunces

    Nick Offerman (“Parks & Recreation”) stars as larger-than-life character Ignatius J. Reilly, the Don Quixote of the French Quarter. He’s overweight, arrogant, eccentric, and still living in his mother’s New Orleans basement in the 1960s. Adapted from the cult classic, Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, A Confederacy of Dunces is a hilarious wild ride, filled with colorful characters and comic misadventures. Presented by the Huntington Theatre Company Nov. 11 - Dec. 20, 2015.

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  • Choice

    When successful journalist Zipporah Zunder takes on an assignment to investigate a new and polarizing social phenomenon, she is unprepared for how deeply this story will impact her life, transforming her understanding of herself, her past, and her future. Funny, smart, and emotional, this unpredictable new play looks at all the layers that live inside a single choice. Presented by the Huntington Theatre Company Oct. 16 - Nov. 15, 2015.

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  • A Little Night Music

    Lovers reunite, passions reignite, and new romances blossom around famous actress Desiree Armfeldt and an unforgettable cast of characters during an eventful weekend in the country. Stephen Sondheim’s most romantic and popular work features a gorgeous, sweeping score infused with humor, warmth, and the flavor of a waltz, including Sondheim’s best known song, “Send in the Clowns.” Presented by the Huntington Theatre Company Sept. 11 - Oct. 11, 2015.

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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.

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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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  • 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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  • Casa Valentina

    Casa Valentina is a provocative, hilarious, and touching new play about gender identity, self-acceptance, and the struggle to find the right pumps. Presented by SpeakEasy Stage Company Oct. 24 - Nov. 28, 2015.

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  • Appropriate

    After the death of their patriarch, the estranged members of the Lafayette clan gather at their crumbling Arkansas plantation home to mourn his loss and settle his estate.  While sifting through a lifetime of memories and junk, they make a gruesome discovery that forces them to confront their family’s dark past. Presented by SpeakEasy Stage Company Sept. 12 - Oct. 11, 2015.

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  • Kings, Queens, Saints and Sinners: Five Monodramas

    From Britten to Weir, 12th-century Icelandic saga to Romantic tragedy, five rising stars of opera command the stage in the ultimate display of vocal prowess and charisma: solo drama. Part of the British Invasion Festival presented by Odyssey Opera May 30, 2015.

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  • The Bear & The Zoo

    Enjoy a double bill - two operas in one night! Odyssey Opera presents William Walton's The Bear and Arthur Sullivan's The Zoo as part of the British Invasion Festival. Presented by Odyssey Opera May 22 - May 24, 2015.

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  • Sir John in Love

    Vaughan Williams’s version of Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor follows the exploits of the immortal Sir John Falstaff—lover, con man, charmer, tawdry knight—whose imagination and egocentricity skewer the best and worst in human nature. Part of the British Invasion Festival Presented by Odyssey Opera May 17 - May 23, 2015.

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  • Boston Theater Marathon XVII

    50 ten-minute plays by 50 New England playwrights presented by 50 New England theatre companies in 10 hours. Presented by Boston Playwrights' Theatre May 10, 2015.

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  • The Submission

    Danny, a young gay playwright, writes an inner-city drama about an black family in the projects.  He creates a black, female playwright and hires an actress to impersonate her.  Problems ensue! Presented by Zeitgeist Stage Company May 8 - May 30, 2015.

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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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  • Shaping the World!

    Shaping the World! is an exploration of teachers past and present who have made a huge impact on their students and the world. Presented by Bad Habit Productions Nov. 14 - Nov. 21, 2015.

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  • Six Degrees of Separation

    Winner of the 1993 Oliver Award for Best Play and the New York Drama Critics Circle Award, no subject is left untouched in this comic, fast-paced and stirring piece. Inspired by its namesake theory, Six Degrees of Separation is an examination of the threads of chance that link one person to another. Presented by Bad Habit Productions Nov. 7 - Nov. 21, 2015.

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  • The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?

    Winner of the 2002 Tony Award for Best Play, The Goat portrays the family crisis of an unexpected love affair. As the tension mounts, both the family and the audience must grapple with their morality, social norms, and limits of understanding. Presented by Bad Habit Productions Aug. 8 - Aug. 23, 2015.

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  • Betty Bam!

    Daughter.  Wife.  Temptress.   Actress.  Cold blooded killer.  But which is the real Betty Bam?  Follow the Beguiling Betty as she takes on many roles in a no-holds-barred attempt to escape her fate! Presented by imaginary beasts April 10 - May 2, 2015.

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  • Julius Caesar

    A stripped down staging of Shakespeare's timeless take on fickle leadership, destructive jealousy, and the dilemma of the public versus private self. Presented by Bridge Rep of Boston May 8 - May 30, 2015.

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  • Jewish Playwriting Contest

    Come watch a cast of stellar actors read 20-minute sections from 3 plays, hear Jewish Plays Project Founder David Winitsky share the latest trends, and then use your cell phone to vote on which play should continue on in the Contest. Presented by New Center for Arts and Culture April 13, 2015.

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  • Angaje

    The power of Haitian folkloric culture in the struggle for justice against homophobia inspires the electric energy of Appolon's signature choreography set to music by Haitian legend Toto Bissainthe. Presented by the Boston Center for the Arts Mar. 27 - Mar. 28, 2015.

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  • The Fence

    An  Irish immigrant’s public demonstration of love for his son unearths a world full of hate and secrets and pierces the heart of  social climbing  first generation Bostonians. Presented by Second Act Productions Mar 6 - Mar 21, 2015.

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  • Kimberly Akimbo

    A witty, touching drama about a 16 year-old girl with an ageing disorder who, as a result, must come of age while dealing with the specter of her own mortality. Presented by Moonbox Productions Apr 3 - Apr 25, 2015.

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  • Blindfolded Madman

    An intense evening of mindreading. Presented by Little Seer Prodctions Feb 28 - Mar 14, 2015.

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  • Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them

    Funny and full of heart, this coming of age story explores the gap between childhood and whatever comes next. Presented by Company One June 4 - June 27, 2015.

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  • The Adding Machine

    After 25 years at his job, Mr. Zero—an accountant at a large, faceless company—discovers that he will be replaced by an adding machine. In anger and pain, he snaps and kills his boss. A landmark of American Expressionism, Rice's 1923 play takes us through Mr.Zero’s arrest, trial, and execution going into the afterlife—in the "Elysian Fields." Presented by Boston University May 1 - May 8, 2015.

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  • The Space Between

    The Boston Center for the Arts Dance Residency features LaneCoArts in their new work The Space Between. An evening-length work that explores concepts of interaction and communication in today’s expanding digital world. Presented by The Boston Center for the Arts Feb. 13 - Feb. 14, 2015.

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  • From the Deep

    Winner of multiple national awards, From the Deep is a gripping exploration of how the mind deals with harrowing circumstance and what it will do to survive. Presented by Boston Public Works Theater Company Mar 12 - Mar 28, 2015.

     

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  • Simon Says

    For the past decade, Professor Williston has been studying James, a young psychic who channels an all-knowing being named Simon, in an effort to scientifically prove the existence of the soul after death. When Annie, a recent widow, comes to their home for a reading, events that occurred two thousand years ago will finally culminate in reunion, redemption and resolution. Presented by Little Seer Productions Feb 26 - Mar 14, 2015.

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  • Bridge Rep:Rep

    Obehi Janice's FUFU & OREOS and Dan LeFranc's Sixty Miles to Silver Lake make for a pair of dynamic, humorous, and personal pieces in the first ever Bridge Rep:RepJoin us not once, but twice in February, for this exciting theatrical convergence. Presented by Bridge Rep of Boston Feb. 6 - Mar. 1, 2015.

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  • FUFU & OREOS

    In FUFU & OREOS, Obehi Janice’s one-woman show, a 20-something “multiculti” navigates her Nigerian heritage, her American lifestyle, and the loaded promise of Prozac. Presented by Bridge Repertory of Boston Feb. 6 - Feb. 27, 2015.

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  • Sixty Miles to Silver Lake

    In Sixty Miles to Silver Lake, Dan LeFranc takes us on a car ride with Ky and Denny, offering an unexpected and delicate look into a complex father/son dynamic. Presented by Bridge Repertory Theater of Boston Feb. 7 - March 1st, 2015.

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  • The Big Meal

    Eight actors play 26 characters over 5 generations of an extended family covering 90 years in 90 minutes. Presented by Zeitgeist Stage Company Feb. 13 - Mar. 7, 2015.

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  • Winter Panto 2015

    imaginary beasts bound into town this January with a ribbiting tale of wonder when they refashion another classic fairy tale into a fantasy of amphibious proportions.  Audiences of all ages will want to hop on over to the Boston Center for the Arts to catch Winter Panto 2015:  The Tale of the Frog Prince, KERPLOP! Presented by imaginary beasts Jan. 17 - Feb. 7, 2015.

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  • Angaje - sneak peek

    The power of Haitian folkloric culture in the struggle for justice against homophobia inspires the electric energy of Appolon's signature choreography set to music by Haitian legend Toto Bissainthe. Presented by the Boston Center for the Arts Mar. 27 - Mar. 28, 2015.

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  • The Diary of Anne Frank

    One of the most poignant plays of our generation, The Diary of Anne Frank tells the honest story of a young Jewish girl in Amsterdam hiding from the Nazi’s during World War II. Presented by Boston Children's Theatre Apr. 18 - May 2, 2015.

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  • The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley

    THE MUSICAL ADVENTURES OF FLAT STANLEY will take audiences on a whirlwind journey filled with infectious songs, laughter and fun!  Presented by Boston Children's Theatre Mar. 7 - Mar. 15, 2015.

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  • Musical of Musicals (The Musical!)

    A witty and joyous celebration of musical theater, featuring send-ups of works by Rodgers and Hammerstein, Stephen Sondheim, Jerry Herman, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and Kander and Ebb. Presented by Moonbox Productions Nov. 28 - Dec. 20, 2014.

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  • Much Ado About Nothing

    Four couples decide to plan an ill-fated wedding, and hilarity ensues as they fake deaths, spread rumors, and do a bit of mischievous photoshopping. Presented by Boston Theater Company Oct. 17 - Nov. 2, 2014.

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  • Turtles

    Turtles is Not-Your-Typical Family Drama. Disney it's not. Turtles is a provocative, timely, hilarious play that will challenge your notions of family, faith, and personal choice and leave you talking about it long after you leave the theater. Presented by Boston Public Works Theatre Oct. 24 - Nov. 8, 2014.

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  • The Displaced Hindu Gods Trilogy

    Identity, post-colonialism, puberty, and love are re-mythologized as history is made new in these three hilarious and heartbreaking coming of age stories. Presented by Company One Oct. 24 - Nov. 22, 2014.

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  • Shiv

    Shiv, named for the Destroyer God, sails the cosmic ocean on a makeshift raft piled high with the psychic residue of post-colonialism. Drawn by distant radio signals, she navigates the poetry of her past and the possibilities of love in a soaring, fantastical journey about the destruction that leads to rebirth. Part of The Displaced Hindu Gods Trilogy presented by Company One Oct. 24 - Nov. 22, 2014.

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  • The Chronicles of Kalki

    It's raining cats and dogs... and the final avatar of Vishnu? Totally badass Kalki mysteriously springs into the mean girl world of high school in this comic-book-infused girl gang thriller. Part of The Displaced Hindu Gods Trilogy presented by Company One Oct. 24 - Nov. 22, 2014.

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  • Brahman/i: A One-Hijra Stand-Up Comedy Show

    Grab a drink and prepare for the comedic stylings of Brahman... uh... Bramani... Brahman/ Get on board as "B" takes on nosy Indian aunties, teenage cliques, ancient Hindu sculpture porn, and 100 years of colonial history in this stand-up-act-meets-play about radical acts of self-creation. Part of The Displaced Hindu Gods Trilogy presented by Company One Oct. 24 - Nov. 22, 2014.

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  • First, Second

    Discover the power of imagination and storytelling in Daniil Kharms stories for children- 'First, Second...',.a winding tale that combines the unlikeliest of characters on an even more improbable journey. Presented by imaginary beasts Oct. 4 - Oct. 18, 2014.

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  • Knock | The Daniil Kharms Project

    KNOCK! | The Daniil Kharms Project is a fool’s odyssey filled with chance encounters, dead ends and false mustaches, as well as a rare glimpse at one of Stalinist Russia’s lost voices. Presented by imaginary beasts Sept. 26 - Oct. 18, 2014.

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  • The Opposites Game - sneak peek

    Experience a sneak peek of award-winning dance company, EgoArt, Inc’s upcoming premiere The Opposites Game. Explore opposing themes through dance, video, and sound - hot vs. cold, agitated vs. tranquil, tense vs. slack and together vs. alone – in this interactive event. 09/11/2014 - 09/13/2014.

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  • Boston Early Music Festival

    Two fully-staged operas produced as part of the Boston Early Music Festival: Il Ritorno d'Ulisse in patria on June 7 & 12, and L'incoronazione di Poppea on June 9 & 14. 6/07/15 — 6/15/15

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  • Bent

    Bent takes place during an unimaginable time, exploring an extraordinary evil, ultimately telling a passionate love story. 9/19/2014 - 10/11/2014.

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  • L'incoronazione di Poppea

    Boston Early Music Festival presents Monteverdi’s L’incoronazione di Poppea as part of The Monteverdi Trilogy—the operatic centerpiece of the June 2015 Festival. Presented by Boston Early Music Festival June 9 - June 14, 2015.

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  • Il Ritorno d'Ulisse in patria

    Boston Early Music Festival presents Monteverdi’s Il ritorno d’Ulisse in patria as part of The Monteverdi Trilogy—the operatic centerpiece of the June 2015 Festival. Presented by Boston Early Music Festival June 7 - June 12, 2015.

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  • Places, Please!

    Local theater celebrities team up with SpeakEasy board members for a outrageous night of song and comedy, all to benefit SpeakEasy Stage Company. Presented by SpeakEasy Stage Company Nov. 10, 2014.

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  • The Cripple of Inishmaan

    Word arrives on a remote Irish island that a Hollywood director is coming to film a movie, and young Cripple Billy sees this as his only opportunity to break away from the bitter tedium of his daily life. Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts Apr. 29 - May 3, 2015.

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  • Cendrillon

    The well-known fairy tale about a young girl wronged and her ultimate redemption through her discovery of true love, set to an ethereal score that carries the audience into a dreamlike world of enchantment. Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts Apr. 16 - Apr. 19, 2015.

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  • Wit

    A renowned professor of English who has spent years studying and teaching the brilliant and difficult metaphysical sonnets of John Donne is diagnosed with terminal ovarian cancer and begins to reassess her life and her work with a transformative profundity and humor. Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts Feb. 20 - Feb. 28, 2015.

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  • Angels in America

    Based on the award winning Tony Kushner play, a story of every day human experience: relationships, love, loss, cowardice, and courage set during the early stages of the AIDS pandemic in 1980s New York City. Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts Feb. 19 - Feb. 22, 2015.

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  • Uncle Jack

    In this modern-day retelling of Anton Chekhov's Uncle Vanya, Uncle Jack, his niece Sonya, and his British brother-in-law Derek struggle to save their small summer theatre company in the Berkshires, and the company's looming demise causes old wounds to bleed afresh. Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts Feb. 12 - Mar. 1, 2015.

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  • The Human Comedy

    With music by Galt MacDermot (Hair) and based on William Saroyan's novel of the same name, The Human Comedy is a pop folk opera and coming-of-age tale about small-town life in World War II era California. Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts Dec. 10 - Dec. 18, 2014.

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  • In the Next Room, or the Vibrator Play

    Sarah Ruhl's sensitive and intelligent comedy examines the intersections between love, sexuality, and intimacy, the beauty and limitations of the human body, and what it really means to connect with another person. Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts Dec. 10 - Dec. 14, 2014.

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  • An Evening of One-Acts: Krapp's Last Tape & The Dumb Waiter

    Boston Center for American Performance (BCAP), the professional extension of the BU CFA School of Theatre, presents this evening of one-acts from two of the most celebrated playwrights of the 20th century. Presented by BU College of Fine Arts Nov. 12 - Nov. 23, 2014.

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  • La Tragédie de Carmen

    Based on Georges Bizet's Carmen, La Tragédie de Carmen is the story of a doomed romance between a sensuous gypsy and Don Jose, a Spanish soldier whom she lures into her world. Part of the 2014 BU Fall Fringe Festival. Presented by Boston University Oct. 25 - Oct. 26, 2014.

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  • Later the Same Evening

    Inspired by five Edward Hopper paintings, Later the Same Evening explores the lives of the characters depicted in each painting while simultaneously interweaving them during the course of one evening in New York City. Part of the 2014 BU Fall Fringe Festival. Presented by Boston Univsersity Oct. 18 - Oct. 19, 2014.

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  • The Whitmores

    An awkward dinner party descends into madness when the hosts attempt to convince the help to murder their guests. Part of the 2014 BU Fall Fringe Festival. 10/8/2014 — 10/11/2014

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  • Of Mice & Men

    A stage adaptation of John Steinbeck’s classic story about George and his simple-minded companion Lennie walking the highways of California in search of jobs to make ends meet. Presented by Classic Repertory Company and Boston University College of Fine Arts Oct. 23, 2014.

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  • The Forgetting Curve

    A world premiere play inspired by the true life story of Patient HM, who in his teen years underwent an experimental surgical procedure that permanently removed his brain's ability to form new memories. 9/11/2014 — 9/27/2014

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  • Mothers & Sons

    A timely and touching new play that explores our evolving understanding of what it means to be a family. Presented by SpeakEasy Stage Company May 8 - June 6, 2015.

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  • A Future Perfect

    What happened to the indie-rock kids that hated everything their parents believed in? A timely new comedy about friendship, babies, and defining success. Presented by SpeakEasy Stage Company Jan. 9 - Feb. 7, 2015.

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  • Necessary Monsters

    Through a series of intricately connected stories, Necessary Monsters pulls us into the labyrinth of the human psyche for this dream-like and darkly hilarious look at the ways that we do violence and the stories we create to keep us up at night. Presented by SpeakEasy Stage Company Dec. 5 - Jan 3, 2014.

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  • Bad Jews

    Two cousins wage war over a coveted family heirloom in this biting comedy about religion and culture. Presented by SpeakEasy Stage Company Oct. 24 - Nov. 29, 2014

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  • Far From Heaven

    A lush musical adaptation of Todd Haynes' acclaimed romantic melodrama of private longings and social taboos. 9/12/2014 — 10/11/2014

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  • The Annotated History of the American Muskrat

    One day, the muskrat created the world. Then, the muskrat created America, and it was good. American history and culture by local award-winning playwright/actor John Kuntz. 8/2/2014 — 8/16/2014

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  • An Inspector Calls

    An inspector visits an engagement party in a middle-class home in the English countryside to question the guests about the recent suicide of a young woman, in J.B. Priestly's thriller. 7/16/2014 — 7/19/2014

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  • O, Ship! Aboard the Ship!

    O, Ship! Aboard the Ship! guides children and families through an interactive journey around the globe using stories, music, dance and poetry. Presented by Bad Habit Productions Apr. 11 - Apr. 18, 2015.

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  • If You Dream

    If You Dream is a show for all ages, exploring children who have changed the world. 8/9/2014 — 8/17/2014

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  • Talk To At Me

    An ode to rodent life and modern love. Presented as part of the Doubles, Demons, and Dreamers festival. 6/19/2014 — 6/21/2014

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  • Lava Fossil

    Beth Nixon's suitcase theater show about a dad, a crab, a dentist, and where things go when they are gone. Presented as part of the Doubles, Demons, and Dreamers festival. 6/14/2014 — 6/21/2014

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  • Ugmo and Eenie Go Down the Ruski Hole

    A mean and hopeful comedy written and directed by Kenneth Prestininzi. Presented as part of the Doubles, Demons, and Dreamers festival. 6/12/2014 — 6/14/2014

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  • Johnny Blazes

    An improbable sir / ma'am cabaret rockstar. Presented as part of the Doubles, Demons, and Dreamers festival. 6/12/2014 — 6/14/2014

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  • Doubles, Demons and Dreamers Festival Pass

    A festival of plays, trans cabaret, and solo performance. 6/12/2014 — 6/21/2014

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  • Dance from the Extraordinary Everyday

    The Boston Center for the Arts Dance Residency features Public Displays of Motion in Dance from the Extraordinary Everyday, a showcase of works in progress by choreographer Peter DiMuro. 6/20/2014 — 6/21/2014

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  • Gidion's Knot

    In the final offering of Bridge Rep's inaugural season, Karen MacDonald directs Johnna Adam's suspenseful, one-act drama about a fraught, unexpected parent/teacher conference.  6/5/2014 — 6/22/2014

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  • after all the terrible things I do

    Explore what makes ordinary people do terrible things in this timely new drama by A. Rey Pamatmat about forgiveness and second chances directed by Huntington Artistic Director Peter DuBois (Smart People, The Power of Duff). Presented by Huntington Theatre Company May 22 - June 21, 2015.

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  • Come Back, Little Sheba

    When Doc and Lola Delaney rent a room in their cluttered Midwestern home to Marie, a vivacious college student, her youthful energy stirs up forgotten dreams and missed opportunities. Visionary director David Cromer (Our Town) returns to the Roberts Studio Theatre for this intimate and heartrending portrait of a marriage by William Inge. Presented by Huntington Theatre Company Mar. 27 - May 2, 2015.

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  • The Colored Museum

    The scathing comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, directed by Tony Award winner Billy Porter Kinky Boots). Climb aboard for a madcap and stinging journey through 11 hilarious looks at African-American culture — from the depths of the Celebrity Slaveship to the spinning heights of Harlem. Presented by Huntington Theatre Company Mar. 6 - Apr. 5, 2015.

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  • The Second Girl

    Two Irish immigrant servant girls and the chauffeur search for love, success, and a sense of belonging in their new world in this lyrical and poignant world premiere by Huntington Playwriting Fellow Ronan Noone (Brendan, The Atheist) and directed by Campbell Scott(The Atheist). Presented by Huntington Theatre Company Jan. 16 - Feb. 21, 2015.

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  • Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike

    In this wickedly wonderful Chekhovian mashup, Vanya and Sonia's quiet, bucolic life is hilariously upended when their glamorous movie star sister arrives for the weekend with her brawny boy toy in tow. Christopher Durang's smash-hit Broadway comedy and 2013 Tony Award winner for Best Play. Presented by Huntington Theatre Company Jan. 2 - Feb. 1, 2015.

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  • Awake and Sing!

    In a cramped Bronx apartment, a working-class Jewish family dreams of a brighter future. A stirring American classic by Clifford Odets about an unforgettable American family, directed by Melia Bensussen (Luck of the Irish). Presented by Huntington Theatre Company Nov. 7 - Dec. 7, 2014.

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  • Ether Dome

    A new treatment promising to end pain pits a doctor and his student in an epic battle between altruism and ambition. A provocative medical thriller by Elizabeth Egloff set at Boston's own Massachusetts General Hospital, directed by Michael Wilson (Now or Later). Presented by Huntington Theatre Company Oct. 17 - Nov. 23, 2014.

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  • Guess Who's Coming To Dinner

    Joanna surprises her liberal, white parents when she brings home her African-American fiancé to meet them. A funny and poignant stage adaptation of the beloved Academy Award-winning film, directed by David Esbjornson (All My Sons). 9/5/2014 — 10/5/2014

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  • Translations

    Set in 1833 Ireland, Translations tells a story of the British army's campaign to replace native Gaelic place names with English ones in attempt to establish a common language; and the result of this interaction on the townspeople found in the middle of the conflict. 8/2/2014 —8/17/2014

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  • The Real Thing

    Tom Stoppard's intellectually and emotionally engaging backstage comedy about a playwright whose concepts of love, marriage, and fidelity are tested through his wife's attempt to merge worthy causes with her art as an actress. Presented by Bad Habit Productions Nov. 8 - Nov. 23, 2014

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  • Virginia Woolf's Orlando

    Based on the extraordinary novel by Virginia Woolf, acclaimed playwright Sarah Ruhl brings this magical comedy of time travel and gender swapping to crackling life. Presented by Bad Habit Productions Apr. 4 - Apr. 19, 2015.

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  • Odyssey Opera in Repertory

    Three fully-staged operas produced in repertory: Un giorno di regno on June 11 & 13, and a double-bill of Zanetto and Il Segreto di Susanna on June 12 & 13. 6/11/14 — 6/14/14

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  • Zanetto and Il Segreto di Susanna

    Enjoy two fully-staged productions in one night presented by Odyssey Opera: Zanetto and Il Segreto di Susanna. 6/12/2014—6/14/2014

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  • Un giorno di regno

    Verdi’s first comedic opera tells the story of Cavaliere di Belfiore, a wily rogue who has been roped into impersonating the King of Poland abroad while the latter is engaged in reclaiming his throne. 6/11/2014—6/13/2014

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  • Boston Theater Marathon XVI

    50 ten-minute plays by 50 New England playwrights presented by 50 New England theatre companies in 10 hours. 5/11/2014

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  • The Little Blue One

    In this operatic psychological thriller, a lonely girl is torn between reality and the supernatural as she risks everything for freedom and acceptance.  4/24/2014 — 4/26/2014

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  • Lovers' Quarrels

    This spring imaginary beasts invites you to take a ride on love’s merry-go-round when they present Molière’s rarely performed gem, Lovers’ Quarrels, translated into English verse by Richard Wilbur. Jealous rivalries and merry mix-ups lead a trio of couples astray in this classic tale of deception and intrigue!  3/28/2014 — 4/19/2014

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  • Imagining Madoff

    In Obie Award-winning playwright Deborah Margolin's controversial new play, we witness imagined jail conversations between Ponzi schemer Bernie Madoff and Solomon Galkin, a poet and Holocaust survivor, revealing much about greed and the forces that led us to the Great Recession. 5/28/2014 — 6/3/2014

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  • Hello Again

    Set in an immersive, cabaret style, Bridge Rep's staging of LaChiusa's rarely performed musical will weave the audience through ten intimate encounters, each set in a different decade of the 20th century. 3/12/2014 — 3/29/2014

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  • The Homework Machine

    The Homework Machine is an interactive musical adventure for all ages, featuring a group of 5th grade students who are bound by one very big secret: the homework machine. 4/19/2014 — 5/4/2014

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  • Of Mice and Men

    Adapted from John Steinbeck’s iconic novel, Of Mice and Men is a true testament to the power of friendship in the face of adversity. 4/19/2014 — 5/4/2014

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  • The Dream of the Burning Boy

    Searing yet surprisingly funny, The Dream of the Burning Boy is about finding the strength to move on . . . and the courage to live without regret. 4/3/2014 — 4/12/2014

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  • Soul Mates

    You never know where the search for your soul mate may lead you. 3/7/2014 — 3/22/2014

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  • Diamond in the Sky

    Stories, poems, and music by and about women who have changed the world.  4/19/2014 — 4/26/2014

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  • Top Girls

    A drama with humor, that examines the role of women in society, and what being a successful woman means. 4/12/2014 — 4/27/2014 

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  • African American Theatre Festival

    The African American Theatre Festival will produce several events including Stop And Frisk by Robert Johnson Jr.; A staged reading of Jacqui Parker's play My Jeannie Don't Sing No Mo; and Road to Wisdom: A Celebration of Boston Seniors And Youth.  Plays are written and directed by Boston youth and playwrights of color. 2/13/2014 — 3/1/2014 

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  • Company

    Moonbox Productions presents Stephen Sondheim's Company — a musical about relationships, friendships love and marriage through the eyes of the hesitant but lovelorn Bobby and his colorful circle of married, soon-to-be-married and no-longer-married friends. 2/7/2014 — 3/1/3014

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  • #hereandnow

    Get ready for SPUNKandCOmpany in #hereandnow, a showcase of interactive works-in-progress exploring the concept of instant gratification in our fast-paced society.  9/26/2014 — 9/27/2014

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  • Rumpelstiltskin, or All That Glitters

    Ring in the new year with imaginary beasts when they bring their annual Winter Panto back to Boston!  Magic and mayhem mix in Rumpelstiltskin, or All That Glitters the topsy-turvy tale of a strange little man who helps the Miller’s daughter spin straw into gold - but will it cost  a happy ending?  1/11/2014 — 2/1/2014

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  • Pinkalicious — The Musical

    In this family-friendly musical, 'Pinkalicious' can't stop eating pink cupcakes despite warnings from her parents; but when her hue goes too far, only Pinkalicious can figure out a way to get out of this predicament. 1/18/2014 — 2/2/2014

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  • The Velveteen Rabbit

    Combining puppetry with live actors, The Velveteen Rabbit is a story of love, friendship, and hope that is perfect for the entire family. 12/7/2013 — 12/22/2013

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  • Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol

    This beautifully crafted, faithful rendition of Dickens' classic tale of holiday redemption is artfully illustrated through ensemble storytelling and coupled with a score of traditional Victorian carols and hymns.  12/05/2013 — 12/21/2013.

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  • not JENNY

    A world premiere, homegrown in Boston, MJ Halberstadt's fast-paced dark comedy may not be a traditional holiday show, but nevertheless asks timely questions about family, and about what it means to go home — all tickets are $35 advance reserved or Pay-What-You-Can at the door.  12/06/2013 — 12/15/2013

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  • Plug into the Process

    The Boston Center for the Arts Dance Residency features Weber Dance in Plug into the Process, a showcase of works-in-progress and company repertoire. 11/22/2013 — 11/23/2013

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  • Paint Me A Picture

    A children's show that includes international folktales, poems, and music all about encouraging creativity in young people.  11/9/2013 — 11/17/2013

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  • The Importance of Being Earnest

    Jack and Algernon, dashing men-about-town, become swept into a witty and tangled web of romance and mistaken identity in this acclaimed comedy by master playwright Oscar Wilde.  11/22/2013 — 12/14/2013

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  • The Last Five Years

    Funny, honest and intimate, with an exuberantly romantic score, The Last Five Years takes a bold look at one young couple's hope that love endures the test of time. 11/23/2013 — 11/24/2013

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  • Angela Carter's Puss In Boots

    A young man and his clever cat con their way from adventure to adventure, but when our hero falls in love, all bets are off! imaginary beasts presents Angela Carter's comic romp, Puss in Boots, a family-friendly treat that promises fun for all!  10/5/2013 — 10/26/2013 

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  • Angela Carter's Hairy Tales

    Be cozy by the fire as we spin for you twisted tales of terror inspired by the vivid imagination of Angela Carter.  Sleeping Beauty becomes a Gothic tale of blood lust in Vampirella, and in The Company of Wolves Little Red Riding Hood discovers the beast within. 10/4/2013 — 10/26/2013 

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  • Someone Who'll Watch Over Me

    A drama with humor, that explores the relationships of three men while they are being held captive.  11/1/2013 — 11/16/2013

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  • How May I Connect You? ( Or, Scenes In The Key of D:/ )

    An evening of scenes, sketches, songs and dances based upon interviews about communicative technology. 9/26/2013 — 9/29/2013 

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  • Good Television

    When Connie and her colleagues travel to South Carolina to interview a young meth addict and his family for a reality television series, Connie’s own demons resurface and the “explosive episode” threatens to blow up in her face. 4/25/2014 — 5/17/2014

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  • Neighbourhood Watch

    What starts out as a well-intentioned neighborhood watch scheme, soon develops into something altogether more sinister. 2/7/2014 — 3/1/2014

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  • The Normal Heart

    A quarter-century after it was written, this outrageous, unflinching, and totally unforgettable look at the sexual politics of New York during the AIDS crisis remains one of the theatre’s most powerful evenings ever. Winner of the 2011 Tony Award® for Best Revival of a Play.  11/1/2013 — 11/23/2013

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  • A Conversation with The Jungle Book's Richard Sherman

    An exclusive performance from the man himself! Joined by Boston Globe Arts Editor Rebecca Ostriker, Jungle Book songwriter Richard Sherman will recount his early days as a songwriter, the influence of his father, his lifelong collaboration with his brother (Robert B. Sherman), working with Walt Disney, and, of course, the stories behind many of the musical masterpieces we know and love today. 9/15/2013

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  • Pattern of Life

    The mistaken death of a young boy links two men thousands of miles apart in this new play by Walt McGough, presented as part of New Repertory Theatre's Next Voices series, presented in association with Boston Center for American Performance. 6/14/2014 — 6/29/2014

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  • 18th Annual BU Fall Fringe Festival

    A collaboration between the College of Fine Arts Schools of Music and Theatre and the Opera Institute to produce new or rarely performed significant works in the opera and theatre repertoire, bringing performers and audiences together in unique theatrical settings. Presented by BU College of Fine Arts Oct. 8 - Oct. 26, 2014.

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  • columbinus

    Sparked by the 1999 massacre at Columbine High School, this meeting of fact and fiction illuminates the realities of adolescent culture by exploring the events surrounding the shootings with text drawn from interviews, public records, and the shooter’s private diaries. 5/2/2014 — 5/9/2014

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  • Passion Play

    Named one of The New Yorker’s "Ten Best Plays of 2008," Passion Play looks at three communities presenting the Easter Passion, from Queen Elizabeth's England to Hitler's Germany to Reagan's America. 4/30/2014 - 5/4/2014

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  • Don Giovanni

    With more than two thousand seductions behind him and no end in sight, Don Giovanni becomes increasingly reckless, and the women he once discarded now seek their revenge served up by a hellish supernatural force. 4/17/2014 - 4/20/2014

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  • The Traveling Lady

    A woman and her daughter arrive in a small Texas town on the hunt for the daughter’s husband, a supposed recent parolee. 2/21/2014 - 3/1/2014

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  • Our Class

    In this groundbreaking play based on true events spanning eight decades, ten Polish classmates – five Catholic, five Jewish – grow up, and their lives take dramatically unexpected turns as their country is torn apart by war. 2/13/2014 – 3/1/2014

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  • Florencia en el Amazonas

    Inspired by Gabriel García Márquez’s LOVE IN THE TIME OF CHOLERA, the opera follows Florencia Grimaldi, an aging opera singer on a steamboat journey down the Amazon River culminating in the diva’s spirit being transformed into a vast, emerald butterfly. 2/20/2014 - 2/23/2014

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  • Pacific Overtures

    Told through the story of two friends caught in the inevitable winds of change,Pacific Overtures blends elements of Kabuki theatre with the conventions of the Broadway musical.  12/13/2013 — 12/19/2013

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  • A Delicate Balance

    Albee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play focuses on a wealthy, middle-aged couple whose complacency is shattered when longtime friends appear unexpectedly on their doorstep. 12/11/2013 - 12/15/2013

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  • Metamorphosis

    Kafka’s story of a humble man who wakes one morning to find himself transformed into a giant insect. 11/13/2013 - 11/24/2013

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  • A Midsummer Night's Dream

    New Repertory Theatre and Boston Center for American Performance present Classic Repertory Company’s production of the Bard’s enchanting tale, featuring six BU alumni. 10/25/2013

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  • Back Bog Beast Bait

    In this one-act play by one of America’s most celebrated dramatists, a two-headed "pig beast" is ravaging the Louisiana countryside, and a terrorized mother summons Slim and his sidekick, Shadow, to slay the Beast. Part of the 2013 BU Fall Fringe Festival. 10/22/2013 - 10/27/2013

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  • Dark Sisters

    A one-act opera, sung in English, following one woman’s dangerous attempt to escape her life as a member of the FLDS Church (Fundamentalist Latter Day Saints). Part of the 2013 BU Fall Fringe Festival. 10/11/2013 - 10/13/2013

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  • Siren Song

    Based on the novel of the same name by Gordon Honeycombe, Siren Song tells the story of a love-starved sailor who becomes entangled in an affair of letters with a person he assumes to be a lonely young woman, despite never speaking to her. Part of the 2013 BU Fall Fringe Festival. 10/4/2013 — 10/6/2013

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  • The Comedy of Errors

    Shakespeare’s hilarious comedy of mistaken identities gets a new spin: a fast-paced adaptation of The Comedy of Errors, featuring just four actors playing all of the roles. 9/12/2013 — 9/28/2013

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  • Astro Boy & the God of Comics

    Lauded for its technical and artistic genius, Astro Boy and the God of Comics serves up live animation, interactive video, and a 1960s dream of the future. 7/18/2014 — 8/16/2014

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  • Splendor

    A vivid collage of local stories exposes a community just north of Boston where generations of families collide on Thanksgiving eve over far more than pumpkin pie and stuffing. 10/18/2013 — 11/16/2013

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  • The Libertine

    Equal parts gritty, funny, sexy, dark and moving, The Libertine is a dramatic comedy about the life and exploits of 17th c. poet John Wilmot, co-produced by Bridge Rep of Boston & Playhouse Creatures Theatre Co/NYC — a Boston Premiere! 9/5/2013 — 9/22/2013

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  • All My Sons

    All My Sons, Miller's first commercial success, tells the story of an American family caught up in the struggle between personal responsibility and duty to their country. 8/15/2013 — 8/17/2013

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  • The Valentine Trilogy

    3 Kick-Ass Plays. 7 action-packed Hours. 1 Epically good time.

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  • In the Heights

    Set in New York’s Washington Heights neighborhood, this exuberant show spices up traditional Broadway fare with hip hop, salsa and rap to tell the stories of the residents of this close-knit Latin community. 5/10/2013 - 6/30/2013 

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  • Polishing Stone

    The Boston Center for the Arts Dance Residency features Kelley Donovan & Dancers in Polishing Stone, a showcase of new company works that explore concepts of transformation and the cycle of creation, destruction and rebuilding through collaboration with performers ages 10-76. 6/27/2013 — 6/29/2013 

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  • The Whale

    A 600-pound recluse who is in his final days reaches out to his estranged teenaged daughter in this big-hearted, humorous, and emotionally wrenching new work about grief, beauty, and redemption. 3/7/2014 — 4/12/2014

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  • Carrie The Musical

    From the classic novel by Stephen King comes the haunting story of a high-school outcast with extraordinary and terrifying powers, pushed to the brink by the cruelty of her classmates. 5/10/2014 — 6/7/2014

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  • The Color Purple

    Based on Alice Walker’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, this soul-stirring musical tells the unforgettable story of a woman who – through love – finds the strength to triumph over adversity and discover her own unique voice. 1/10/2014 — 2/8/2014

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  • Kurt Vonnegut's Make Up Your Mind

    Roland Stackhouse thinks our greatest obstacle is indecisiveness—and he has the answer! Make Up Your Mind Inc. But just as business takes off, romance rears its head, and Stackhouse finds himself in a world of wealthy coquettes, paid enforcers, blue movies and confused clergy. 10/30/2013 — 11/30/2013

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  • Tribes

    Born deaf into an argumentative academic family, Billy was pushed to assimilate into the hearing world as best he could by reading lips and staying out of the way. But when a young woman introduces him to the Deaf community, Billy decides it is time his family learns to communicate with him on his terms. 9/13/2013 — 10/19/2013

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  • The Seagull

    Renowned Chekhov interpreter Kate Burton and director Maria Aitken return to the Huntington to capture the humor and pathos in Chekhov's masterpiece about love, missed connections, and what it means to be an artist. 3/7/2014 — 4/6/2014

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  • Venus In Fur

    Vanda has her eyes on the lead role in an adaptation of the classic erotic novel Venus in Fur, but her charged audition for the director becomes an electrifying game of cat and mouse that blurs the lines between fantasy & reality, seduction & power, and love & sex. 1/3/2014 — 2/2/2014

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  • The Cocktail Hour

    When John interrupts his parents' pre-dinner cocktail to announce that he has written a play about them, the revelations and recriminations start to flow just as easily as the martinis in this heartfelt comedy about the ties that bind. 11/15/2013 — 12/15/2013

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  • Smart People

    Four Harvard intellectuals navigate the complexities of race, ambition, friendship, and the human brain in this controversial and fiercely funny new play by Huntington Playwriting Fellow Lydia R. Diamond and directed by Huntington Artistic Director Peter DuBois. 5/23/2014 — 7/6/2014

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  • Becoming Cuba

    In 1890s Cuba, widowed Adela runs a pharmacy, indifferent to the mounting conflict around her. But when the rebellion comes home to Havana, she must choose between loyalty to country or to family. 3/28/2014 — 5/3/2014

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  • The Power of Duff

    When burnt-out local TV newscaster Charlie Duff suddenly begins offering a prayer at the end of his nightly broadcasts, he becomes a popular and controversial figure to an expanding audience. 10/11/2013 — 11/9/2013

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  • The Jungle Book

    From the imagination of Tony Award winner Mary Zimmerman (Candide) comes a captivating new musical adaptation of a timeless favorite based on Rudyard Kipling's time-honored tales and featuring music from the classic Disney film. 9/7/2013 — 10/20/2013

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  • The Magic Mirror

    Juventas New Music Ensemble is proud to present Polina Nazaykinskaya’s The Magic Mirror, a new interpretation of Snow White.  5/30/2013 — 6/01/2013

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  • My Dear Muddu Palani

    Boston Center for the Arts Dance Residency features Navarasa Dance Theater in My Dear Muddu Palani, a work that explores physicality through literature and performance based on work written by Muddu Palani in the 18th century.  05/31/2013-06/01/2013.

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  • She Kills Monsters

    A quirky homage to the nerd in all of us by Qui Nguyen, the resident playwright of Brooklyn’s groundbreaking geek theatre, Vampire Cowboys. She Kills Monsters blurs reality for one girl navigating hostile faeries, randy ogres, awkward highschoolers, broadswords and the search for one’s inner badass. 4/13/2013 - 5/11/2013

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  • Rooms: A Rock Romance

    Two ambitious musicians from Scotland find themselves on a journey that helps them discover their music, their relationship, as well as the challenges faced when balancing ambition and success with personal happiness.  8/10/2013 — 9/1/2013

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  • Selected Shorts on Tour:
    Springtime, Sex, and Baseball

    Tony and Emmy Award nominee Kate Burton, Emmy Award nominee and Tony Award winner Denis O'Hare, and Academy Award nominee Amy Ryan perform powerful, surprising, romantic, and funny stories by comic master Dorothy Parker, baseball writer W.P. Kinsella (Shoeless Joe), and quirky contemporary humorists Aimee Bender and N.M. Kelby. 6/8/2013.

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  • Boston Theater Marathon XV

    50 ten-minute plays by 50 New England playwrights presented by 50 New England theatre companies in 10 hours.  5/12/2013

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  • Little Giants

    Experience the young Thornton Wilder at play as the beasts take a rare look into the early works of one of this country's most beloved authors. 4/05/2013 — 4/27/2013.

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  • Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

    People of all ages can relate to the experiences facing young Alexander; with a myriad of unexpected mishaps from gum in his hair to having a cavity, Alexander will make you smile, even on the very worst day.  4/13/2013 — 4/20/2013

     


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  • Schoolhouse Rock!

    Schoolhouse Rock! is an entertaining and educational journey into the worlds of multiplication, science, government and grammar.  4/19/2013 — 5/05/2013.

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  • Passenger

    A self-scripted drama written by the members of the Wellesley HS Drama Society.  03/13/2013-03/16/2013.

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  • Reflections of a Rock Lobster 2013

    Reflections of a Rock Lobster is based on a true story of a 17 year-old gay student from Cumberland, Rhode Island who sued his high school in 1980 for the right to escort his boyfriend to his high school prom. 3/9/2013 — 3/17/2013

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  • The Lover

    For its Premiere Production, Bridge Rep of Boston presents The Lover, by Harold Pinter, a delightful and dangerous game of cat & mouse performed in a single act.  2/28/2013-3/17/2013

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  • A New Brain

    Frustrated Composer Gordon Schwinn suffers sudden life threatening brain illness and learns through his dire, comical, and surreal experiences what is truly important in life, and in love.  03/15/2013-04/06/2013.

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  • Honk!

    Based on the Hans Christian Anderson story The Ugly Duckling, HONK! tells the story of tolerance and love in a way that has enthralled audiences throughout the United States and across the pond in Britain.  2/9/2013 — 2/24/2013.

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  • Vinegar Tom

    A play with music. A play about witches, with no witches in it.
    1/11/13-2/2/13.

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  • Panto 2013: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

    imaginary beasts turns Washington Irving’s classic tale topsy-turvy when they return to Boston with their annual Winter Panto!  1/11/2013 — 2/2/2013.

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  • Burning up the Dictionary

    A story of Language, Love, Lust, and Loss.  11/28/2012-12/01/2012.

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  • Epoch Tales

    Boston Center for the Arts Dance Residency features Mariah Steele/Quicksilver Dance in Epoch Tales, a new work combining dance and science to explore the process of evolution.  11/16/2012 - 11/17/2012.

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  • Of Mice and Men

    John Steinbeck's theatrical adaptationof his classic 1937 novel Of Mice and Men. 12/7/2012 - 12/22/2012.

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  • The Death of Tintagiles

    Youthful prince.  Monster queen.  Fatal Encounter.  This fall, Maurice Maeterlinck’s chilling chamber play receives a stunning retelling by the imaginary beasts’ ensemble. 10/26/12 - 11/17/12.

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  • Punk Rock

    A cross between Alan Bennett’s The History Boys and Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye about teens in their last year at high school and the pressures they experience. 5/3/2013 - 5/25/2013 

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  • Life of Riley

    George Riley's closest friends discover that he has just a few months to live and they each deal with the news in their own very surprising way. A wry and comic look at the lives we lived or might have lived. 2/8/2013 - 3/2/2013

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  • Closer

    Four lives intertwine over the course of four and a half years in this densely plotted, stinging look at modern love and betrayal.  4/13/2013 - 4/28/2013.

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  • 44 Plays for 44 Presidents

    44 Plays For 44 Presidents is a chronological, biographical survey of the lives and presidencies of each of the 44 men who have held the office so far. 10/27/12 - 11/11/12

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  • A Bright New Boise

    A Bright New Boise is a quietly affecting drama that delves into the always thorny issues of faith, forgiveness, and second chances with great eloquence and compassion.  9/28/2012 - 10/20/2012

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  • No Room for Wishing

    No Room for Wishing is a one-man documentary play about Occupy Boston. Both personal and political, No Room for Wishing is an up-close look at the sociopolitical climate of contemporary America and the way it affects a broad spectrum of people.  9/13/2012-9/22/2012

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  • All About Election Eve

    Fasten your seatbelts!  It's going to be an awesome night as Boston's first ladies of song — Leigh Barrett, Mary Callanan, Kerry A. Dowling, and Kathy St. George — salute America's top song-creators in a special concert to benefit SpeakEasy Stage. 11/4/2012 — 11/5/2012

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  • Talking to Strangers

    Comedian Jay Larson, from Comedy Central, Conan O'Brien, the Crabfeast, and the Late Late Show performs along with some of Boston's best stand up comedians.  9/29/12

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  • How We Got On

    It’s 1988 and three unlikely teens in the suburbs of The City help each other navigate the loops of life through parking lot poetry and rap battles, reminding us how we become the people we’re meant to be, flowing and rhyming our way to adulthood. 7/19/2013 - 8/17/2013

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  • She Kills Monsters

    A quirky homage to the nerd in all of us by Qui Nguyen, the resident playwright of Brooklyn’s groundbreaking geek theatre, Vampire Cowboys. She Kills Monsters blurs reality for one girl navigating hostile faeries, randy ogres, awkward highschoolers, broadswords and the search for one’s inner badass. 4/13/2013 - 5/11/2013

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  • You For Me For You

    Playwright Mia Chung conjures magic, whimsy, and a stunning imaginative landscape in the telling of this deeply modern, and unexpectedly funny, epic journey of two North Korean sisters trying to flee to the United States. 1/18/2013 - 2/16/2013

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  • Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo

    A tragically funny, haunting exploration of war-torn Baghdad, led by the ghost of a quick-witted tiger seeking redemption and meaning amid the ruins. 10/19/2012 - 11/17/2012

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  • The Skin Of Our Teeth

    Thornton Wilder’s ambitious play follows the Antrobus family through a non-linear journey spanning centuries of war, plague, and even an ice age.  5/3/2013-5/10/2013

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  • Shining City

    A Dublin widower, haunted by the ghost of his dead wife, seeks help from a therapist whose own complicated relationship parallels that of his patient.  5/1/2013-5/4/2013

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  • La Clemenza di Tito

    La clemenza di Tito is driven by paranoia and manipulation which culminates in a conflicted ruler’s struggle to discover the greater power of mercy over revenge.  4/18/2013-4/21/2013

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  • Blood Knot

    Blood Knot is a scathing indictment of South African apartheid told through the eyes of two biracial brothers.  2/14/2013-3/2/2013

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  • The Penelopiad

    The events of The Odyssey as told by Penelope.  2/22/2013-3/2/2013

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  • Owen Wingrave

    Owen Wingrave is the story of a young pacifist who is tormented by the military traditions of his family.  2/21/2013-2/24/2013

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  • Buried Child

    Buried Child provides an entertaining and brilliantly conceived investigation of the demise of the American Dream.  12/11/2012-12/16/2012

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  • Anne Boleyn

    A severed head, a love story, a chest full of secrets, and a conspiracy theory befitting the most infamous of Henry VIII’s wives.  12/11/2012-12/16/2012

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  • The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds

    A portrait of family dysfunction featuring a slovenly single mother and her two teenage daughters.  10/31/2012-11/18/2012

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  • La Traviata

    A unique concert version, featuring extensive portions of Verdi’s opera La Traviata.  10/26/2012

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  • Camille

    A modern adaptation of Dumas’ popular novella, The Lady of the Camellias, detailing the doomed love affair of Marguerite, a Parisian courtesan, and Armand, a country nobleman.  10/13/2012 - 10/20/2012

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  • Le portrait de Manon

    A decade after the success of his opera Manon, Jules Massenet returns to the story of the Chevalier Des Grieux and the lost love of his youth, Manon.  10/6/2012 - 10/7/2012

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  • The Fakus - A Noir

    Set in Atlantic City in 1957, The Fakus spins a sinuous tale of three canny people and one large sum of money.  9/21/2012 - 10/6/2012

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  • Romeo and Juliet

    The iconic story of tragic love, brought to new light by director and three-time Elliot Norton Award Winner, Paula Plum, produced by Happy Medium Theatre, featuring a magnificent cast led by Lauren Elias and Johnnie McQuarley. 8/10/2012 - 8/25/2012

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  • 5th Annual Stars Over Boston

    Be in the audience to see the making of Boston's next star!  Ten unknown singers take to the spotlight for a chance to win the 5th Annual Stars Over Boston singing competition. 9/21/2012

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  • Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde

    Gross Indecency uses trial transcripts, personal correspondence, interviews and other source materials to tell the story of the downfall of the great man of letters whose artistic genius has long been overshadowed by the scandal surrounding his imprisonment. 8/11/2012 - 9/2/2012

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  • The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity

    A serious minded comedy about wrestling, geopolitics, and raisin bread. 7/28/2012 - 8/25/2012 

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  • In the Heights

    Set in New York’s Washington Heights neighborhood, this exuberant show spices up traditional Broadway fare with hip hop, salsa and rap to tell the stories of the residents of this close-knit Latin community. 5/10/2013 - 6/30/2013 

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  • Clybourne Park

    Winner of the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play, 2011 Pulitzer Prize, and London’s Olivier Award for Best Play, Clybourne Park is a bold new play about race, real estate and the volatile values of each. 3/1/2013 - 4/6/2013 

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  • Other Desert Cities

    Brooke Wyeth, a once promising young novelist, returns home after a six-year absence and announces that she is about to publish a memoir dredging up a pivotal and tragic event in the family's history - a wound that her parents don't want reopened. 1/11/2013 - 2/9/2013 

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  • Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson

    Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson recreates and reinvents the life of ‘Old Hickory,’ from his humble beginnings on the Tennessee frontier to his days as our seventh Commander-in-Chief, using an anachronism-filled emo-rock score. 10/19/2012 - 11/17/2012 

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  • The Motherf**ker with the Hat

    Ex-con Jackie thinks he has finally turned his life around now that he’s sober and has a new job. But when he finds a strange hat in his girlfriend’s apartment, he is back on the brink in this razor-sharp new comedy. Warning: Contains Adult Content and some Nudity.  9/14/2012 - 10/13/2012 

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  • Our Town

    Visionary director David Cromer’s critically acclaimed, groundbreaking new version of Our Town. This intimate staging marks the Huntington’s first production in the Roberts Studio Theatre. 12/7/2012 - 1/27/2013 

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  • Rapture, Blister, Burn

    Decades after college, friends covet each other’s lives. This insightful, witty, and biting new comedy takes a deep look at family, career, romance, and the decisions that define a life. 5/24/2013 - 6/30/2013 

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  • Ryan Landry's "M"

    A provocative and irreverently funny adaptation of Fritz Lang’s film noir masterpiece about a child killer who is hunted down and brought to justice by the criminal underworld. Warning: not for the squeamish! 3/30/2013 - 4/28/2013 

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  • A Raisin in the Sun

    The groundbreaking and timeless family drama is an inspiring and fiercely moving portrait of people who yearn for better lives but whose dreams are constantly deferred. 3/8/2013 - 4/7/2013 

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  • Invisible Man

    An idealistic young African-American searches for identity and his place in the world in this gripping adaptation of Ralph Ellison’s landmark American novel about race, power, freedom, and liberty. 1/4/2012 - 2/3/2012 

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  • Betrayal

    Harold Pinter’s Olivier Award-winning razor sharp drama about a passionate love affair innovatively explores the complexities of love, guilt, and duplicity. 11/9/2012 - 12/9/2012 

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  • Now Or Later

    A potential family scandal emerges on the election night of a presidential campaign in this smart and timely new play that examines religion, freedom of expression, and personal responsibility. 10/12/2012 - 11/10/2012 

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  • Good People

    Scrambling to make ends meet, Margie Walsh looks up an old flame hoping he’ll help her make a fresh start. A humor-filled and compelling Southie story about how twists of fate determine our path. 9/14/2012 — 10/14/2012

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  • That Girl and the Other One

    Boston Center for the Arts Dance Residency features KAIROS Dance Theater in That Girl and the Other One, an experimental work-in-progress performance that explores the dynamics of female aggression. 6/27/2012 - 6/29/2012 

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  • Out of the Box

    ARTiculation presents a competitive multidisclipline night of extravagant, show stopping brilliance spanning over three nights, Out-of-the-Box brings performance to the next level. 7/14/1012 

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  • Polaroid Stories

    Through a labyrinth of fear, a maze of enlightenment, and a torrent of drug-abuse the characters in Naomi Iizuka's Polaroid Stories spin their lies and tell their tales in a bizarre world in which the gods collide. 6/29/12 - 7/14/12

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  • Cruel Botany ~ At Play in the Gardens of Harry Kondoleon and Federico Garcia Lorca

    This spring, imaginary beasts present the work of two celebrated gay playwrights who explore the sometimes savage and often hilarious nature of love. 6/8/2012 - 6/23/2012

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  • Join The Conversation Brunch

    Enjoy live music and mingle with other festival-goers to talk about the weekend’s adventures and experiences. 6/24/2012. Part of the 2012 Emerging America Festival.

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  • Love Person

    Love Person is a transcendent four-part love story told in Sanskrit, American Sign Language, English and email. 5/24/2012 - 6/23/2012 

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  • The Hotel Nepenthe

    The lives of a starlet and her paramour, a senator's wife and a prostitute, a mother of an abducted child, a bus driver, a taxi dispatcher, a desperate lover all intersect in and around the mysterious Hotel Nepenthe. 6/21/2012 - 6/24/2012. Part of the 2012 Emerging America Festival.

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  • Private Lives

    Divorcés Amanda and Elyot meet again by accident on their second honeymoons with brand-new spouses in tow in this sparkling comedy from Noël Coward.

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