Boston’s local theater scene

While there are many great national touring shows coming to Boston, there is a vibrant local theater scene too often overlooked.  I’d like to encourage you to check out one of the performances listed below.  Since tickets to these performances are much less than those national touring companies you can even afford to go out for  drinks after the show.

TheaterThe A.R.T. at The Oberon: The Donkey Show Every Saturday this show – inspired by A Midsummer Night’s Dream – takes audiences on what is described as the ultimate disco experienceCome party on the dance floor to  70s disco hits as the show unfolds around you.  The Oberon is located at 2 Arrow Street just outside Harvard Square.  Get Your Tickets Here

TheaterThe Lyric Stage Company: One Man, Two Guvnors This award-winning British comedy makes its New England premiere when it opens on Thursday, Sept. 6.  The production runs through October 12, but tickets will sell quickly.

The Lyric Stage Co. is located at 14o Clarendon Street in the Back Bay.  Get Your Tickets Here

The Huntington TheatreThe Huntington Theatre Company: The Jungle Book Still riding high after receiving the 2013 Regional Theatre Tony Award, The Huntington opens their 2013-14 season with a world premiere on Sept. 7 that runs through Oct. 13.  Curious to find out more about the performance? Watch their promotional video.  The Huntington Theatre is located at 264 Huntington Ave in the Fenway. Get Your Tickets Here

New Rep TheatreNew Rep Theatre: Elephant Man The Tony award-winning drama opens on Saturday, Sept. 7 and runs through Sept. 29.   The 2-hour and 15 minute play tells a deeply poignant story that addresses issues of faith, charity and asks what it means to live in a civilized society.  The New Rep is located at the Arsenal Center for the Arts in Watertown. Get Your Tickets Here

Bridge Repertory TheaterBridge Rep of Boston: The Libertine Boston’s newest theater company opens with their first full season on Saturday, Sept. 7 that runs for two-weeks through Sunday, Sept. 22.  The Bridge Rep performance will take place at the Calderwood Pavilion in the South End.  Get Your Tickets Here

TribesSpeakEasy Stage: Tribes The New England premiere of this play about a deaf man who struggles to assimilate into the hearing world until he meets a woman who introduces him to the deaf community opens on Sept. 13 and runs through Oct. 12.

Performances from the SpeakEasy Stage will take place at the Calderwood Pavilion in the South End.  Get Your Tickets Here

One response to “Boston’s local theater scene

  1. Thank you for supporting local theatre! is an excellent online resource if you want to be a butt in a seat or on stage diva or behind the curtains wizzard. The National tours are not what they used to be – good productions but no real connection to the folk – Bette Davis always stopped in for one at Napoleon – but ended up (and often closed) Playland – I remember serving her and her people (like four – not the hanger on crowds of today) – they stayed at the Hotel Avery (not really posh – but clean). Pretentious queens would be “shocked” that she was there – but gurls – so were you. One guy to his credit (totally off the rocker) went up to her, told him how much he adored her and was attempting to be cute via the beach scene of WEHTBJ and asked her if she wanted an ice cream – without missing a beat she told / read him that if I want ice cream I’d be at an ice cream stand – we are both in a bar – I only want one thing at a time and that is another drink – you deary want two – the drink and a blowjob – I hope you get both – good luck with either.

    The best F U C K Y O U line I have ever heard. Since I was the bartender she of course got an immediate back-up vodka stinger



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