Shows & Events

  • Parade

    This beloved and captivating musical is based on the true story of Leo Frank, a Jewish factory owner put on trial for the murder of a young girl in Georgia in 1913 - a compelling book by Alfred Uhry, and an unforgettable score by Jason Robert Brown bring this pivotal moment in our country's history to life. Presented By Moonbox, December 11 - 28, 2019.

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  • Marriage, Mentiras, and Mantras

    A woman who abruptly leaves her husband must now find her spiritual feet. Presented By Escena Latina Teatro, December 12 - 15, 2019.

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  • Puffs, or: Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic

    A play for everyone who is not the Chosen One of any prophecy. Presented By FTLO Theater Company, December 12-29, 2019.

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  • See | Be Seen

    See | Be Seen is a dance installation that explores the power of the performers who explore meaning with light and shadow within a crystalline inflatable. Presented by Emily Beattie, December 20 - December 21, 2019.

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  • Secrets and Illusions

    Join master illusionist Ivan Amodei on an epic journey to discover the secrets of life in his brand new stage show SECRETS & ILLUSIONS. Presented by Eclipse Productions, December 27-29, 2019.

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  • Follies for Boston

    Busting at the seams with elegant dancers, live jazz and sizzling style, The Follies for Boston are kicking off the new year with an hour of saucy light hearted entertainment. Presented by The Boston She Party Productions, December 31, 2019 - January 5, 2020.

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  • Pass Over

    Winner!  2019 Lortel Award - Outstanding Play! - Moses and Kitch chat their way through yet another aimless day in this groundbreaking mash-up of Waiting for Godot and the Exodus saga, written by Antoinette Nwandu, that offers an unflinching look at the reality of young black men just looking for a way out. Presented by SpeakEasy Stage Company, January 3- 25, 2020.

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  • We All Fall Down

    Linda and Saul Stein still live in the Westchester home where they raised their two beautiful daughters. But when Saul unexpectedly retires, Linda summons the family to celebrate Passover for the first time in decades. Linda tends slightly toward the theatrical (okay, a lot), and their family has never been particularly religious (okay, not at all). So their comic attempts to bring the seder to life go from riotous to heartwrenching in this play from Huntington Playwriting Fellow and Somerville resident Lila Rose Kaplan. Can this family come together, or will an age-old tradition tear them apart? Presented by the Huntington Theatre Company, January 10 - February 9, 2020.

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  • Sweat

    The Pulitzer Prize-winning and Tony Award-nominated Best Play by Lynn Nottage (Ruined) comes alive in a moving and urgently relevant new production directed by Kimberly Senior (The Niceties). Based on interviews with the residents of Reading, Pennsylvania, a group of close friends struggle to stay connected when their factory is at risk of collapse. In a neighborhood bar, each of them reaches for their piece of the American dream. Can their friendships survive this test? Nottage weaves a tale of trust and doubt, longtime bonds and short-term possibilities. The New York Times raves, “Superb… Nottage is writing at the peak of her powers.” Presented by the Huntington Theatre Company, January 31 - February 23, 2020.

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  • She the People: Girlfriends’ Guide to Sisters Doing It for Themselves

    Hot off rave reviews and extended engagements in Chicago and Toronto, She the People: Girlfriends’ Guide to Sisters Doing It for Themselves is heading to Boston. A high-octane show entirely created, designed and performed by the fearlessly funny women of world-famous comedy mecca The Second City, She the People is a mimosas-and-madness-fueled foray that proudly roasts the patriarchy in a mashup of sketches and songs that reclaims comedy for everyone! Presented by the Huntington Theatre Company & The Second City, February 18 - March 8, 2020.

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  • The Children

    2018 Tony Award Nominee - Best Play! - A surprise visit by an old colleague upends the lives of two retired physicists in this thrilling new drama by Lucy Kirkwood that questions the responsibility each generation has for the way it leaves the world. Presented by SpeakEasy Stage Company, February 28 - March 28, 2020.

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  • Elisabetta, Regina d' Inghilterra

    In Rossini's Elisabetta, Regina d' Inghilterra (1815), one of the first historical romantic operas, Queen Elizabeth I is dismayed to learn her revered Leicester has secretly married Matilde, daughter of Mary, Queen of Scots. Presented by Odyssey Opera, March 13 and 15, 2019.

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  • Our Daughters, Like Pillars

    It’s a surprise to everyone when Lavinia invites her sisters and their mother to a gorgeous summer house in New Hampshire for a vacation that she hopes will last forever. But when the sisters’ stepmother Missy – the woman who inherited their dad’s everything – shows up unannounced, long-simmering feuds flare up and family bonds are called into question. Where is this family heading? Can they be happy with what they’ve been given? And who invited Missy? Obie Award-winning playwright and Boston native Kirsten Greenidge (The Luck of the Irish, Milk Like Sugar) and director Kimberly Senior (The Niceties) tell the incredibly funny and moving story of one whirlwind weekend in the life of a contemporary black American family. Presented by the Huntington Theatre Company, March 20 - April 19, 2020.

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  • Compania Manuel Linan

    One of the most exciting forces in Spain’s new generation of flamenco artists, Manuel Liñán plays both choreographer and dancer in the Boston premiere of Baile de Autor. Presented By Global Arts Live, March 28-29, 2020.

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  • The Bluest Eye

    Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Pulitzer and Nobel Prize-winning author Toni Morrison’s acclaimed debut novel The Bluest Eye. Brought to life as a tremendously moving theatrical event by Boston favorite Lydia R. Diamond (Stick Fly, Smart People), The Bluest Eye tells the story of Pecola, a young black girl who believes everything in her world would be made wonderful if only she had blue eyes. Enthralling, gorgeously written, and incredibly emotional, The Bluest Eye asks powerful questions concerning racism, beauty, and identity with stunning grace and subtlety. Presented by the Huntington Theatre Company, April 24 - May 24, 2020.

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  • Bright Star

    2016 Tony Award Nominee - Best Musical! - Created by comedy legend Steve Martin and Grammy-winner Edie Brickell, Bright Star is a sweeping tale of love and redemption set in the American South during the 1920s and '40s, and a refreshingly original and daringly hopeful new entry in the musical theatre canon. Presented by SpeakEasy Stage Company, May 1 - 30, 2020.

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  • Merrie England

    A satirical take on the love and rivalries at the court of Queen Elizabeth I. The success of Merrie England established Edward German's position as heir apparent to Arthur Sullivan at the Savoy Theater. His engaging and colorful score combined with a witty libretto has been performed more often than any other British operetta written in the 20th century. Presented by Odyssey Opera, June 5 - June 7, 2020.

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