Skip to main content

Boston Theatre Scene

Six Corners Entertainment

Summer of Love & Humanity/Love In An Elevator

BCA Black Box Theatre - 539 Tremont Street

The Summer of Love and Humanity Festival, running from July 27 through August 13, at the Boston Center For The Arts, Plaza Theatres, Features an evening of live music from local bands and musicians followed by the world premier of Boston playwright Richard Ravosa’s Love In An Elevator, A play inspired by Plato’s Symposium.

Rounding out what just may be the most diverse cast on a Boston stage this summer, are a rabbi, a professor, a chef, an anarchist, a musician, a nurse, a patient, a lawyer, a construction worker, and his fiancée, are all trapped inside a hospital elevator for over and hour. To pass the time, they take turns musing on that most elusive of subjects – love, and of course, someone has to pee!

This event has passed

The Summer of Love and Humanity Festival, running from July 27 through August 13, at the Boston Center For The Arts, Plaza Theatres, Features an evening of live music from local bands and musicians followed by the world premier of Boston playwright Richard Ravosa’s Love In An Elevator, A play inspired by Plato’s Symposium.

Rounding out what just may be the most diverse cast on a Boston stage this summer, are a rabbi, a professor, a chef, an anarchist, a musician, a nurse, a patient, a lawyer, a construction worker, and his fiancée, are all trapped inside a hospital elevator for over and hour. To pass the time, they take turns musing on that most elusive of subjects – love, and of course, someone has to pee!

Duration

2 hours with one intermission.

Suitable Ages: Adults Only

 

Pay What You Can performances are Thursday July 27th, Wednesday August 2nd and Thursday August 3rd. $5 minimum.

Select a performance

You Might Also Enjoy…

Solo: A Show About Friendship

Solo: A Show About Friendship

20 Middleton Entertainment
A Midsummer Night's Dream

A Midsummer Night's Dream

Boston Conservatory at Berklee
Burn This

Burn This

Hub Theatre Company of Boston