Passing Strange

by Stew | Collaborator Heidi Rodewald
Directed by Arthur Gomez

Presented by Moonbox Productions
South End / Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA
12/9/21 - 1/1/22

About

Passing from stage to stage, friend to friend, and lover to lover, he thinks he’s found everything he’s looking for – only to realize, too late, that it may have passed him by. Which stories are real? Who is he? And where does he belong? Told through a kaleidoscope of musical and narrative styles blending gospel, punk, jazz, blues, and rock, Passing Strange is one man’s compelling journey of self-discovery.

Passing Strange is a toe-tapping, gut-wrenching, whirlwind theatrical pilgrimage through sex, politics, love, and loss. Returning to Boston for the first time in nearly a decade! “This is the show that almost never was!” Passing Strange is a masterpiece: a fresh take on the universal search for meaning, with a score that is exciting, eclectic, and addicting - filled with melodies and lyrics that really stick with you”, says Producer Sharman Altshuler.

Approximate Run Time: Passing Strange plays in approximately two hours and thirty minutes with one intermission.


For the safety and comfort of all who attend our shows, all patrons, regardless of age, must present either proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test in order to enter the theatre. Learn more.

Moonbox has designated the Sunday, December 19th 3pm performance as a BLACKOUT performance to be an exclusive space for Black-identifying audience members. If you are Black-identifying and would like to attend this performance, please use the Promo code BLKOUT to unlock this date. For our non-Black allies, we appreciate your support in making this a completely Black-identifying event. We invite you to join us at another performance during the run. #CreateCommunity

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