The Wiz by Fiddlehead Theatre Company | Feb 13-22

The Wiz artwork/graphic

Fiddlehead Theatre company presents The Wiz, directed by Stacey Stephens. The Wiz re-tells the story of The Wizard of Oz in a more modern musical realm. The opening night of the play is February 13th, but the show will be performed until February 22nd. Tickets are on sale now!


When: Friday, February 13th - Sunday, February 22nd

Time TBD

Where:  Historic Strand Theatre

543 Columbia Road, Dorchester MA

Tickets: $25-$45

Call (617)229-6494 |


The Da Vinci Commission | May 17-18


When the winner of a major art award is announced, Sebastian Peters, an outspoken student and candidate for the award, questions the role diversity may have played in the contest's outcome.  Deep divides threaten to fracture Sebastian's friendship with his fellow candidates, Kim, Austin, and Michelle as they debate why the winner was chosen.  Putting the pieces back together may be more difficult than any of them had bargained for...


Performances: Friday, May 17th & Saturday, May 18th at 7pm.  Doors open at 6:30pm

Venue: The Erick Jean Center for the Arts, 157 Washington Street, Dorchester, MA 02121

*wheelchair accessible

Nearby MBTA Bus Services include: 15, 16, 22, 23, 28, and 45

Reserve tickets at

General Admission tickets- $20 >> Read More


The rollicking adventures of Astrid Lindgren’s red-haired rascal will delight audiences of all ages. Determined to live life as she sees fit, Pippi Longstocking teases, surprises, and exasperates the pompous and condescending adults who wish to rein her in. Best known as “the strongest girl in the world,” Pippi has become an icon to many generations of young women who aspire to be independent.

Story by Astrid Lindgren.
Adapted for the stage by Thomas W. Olson.
Music by Roberta Carlson.
Directed by Wendy Lement.
Scenic design by Matthew T. Lazure.
Lighting design by John Malinowski.
Costumes by Melissa Miller. >> Read More

Staged Reading of The Da Vinci Commission | Feb 15

Can't Wait Productions presents a staged reading of The Da Vinci Commission, a new play by MJ Halberstadt, Directed by Josh Burlingham

Date: Friday Feb 15th 6:30-10pm (Doors at 6pm)
Venue: Erick Jean Center for the Arts, 157 Washington Street, Dorchester MA 
Tickets: $10 - Reserve tickets online at >> Read More

"No Room for Wishing" A one man play | Nov. 3

"No Room for Wishing" a one-man documentary play about Occupy Boston written and performed by Danny Bryck directed by Megan Sandberg-Zakian

Saturday November 3rd at 8pm
Community Church of Boston
in Copley Square 565 Boylston Street, Boston, MA (2nd floor)

There will be a community gathering with food provided by the Occupy Boston Food Working Group at 6pm. Performance at 8pm. The show runs approximately 90 minutes; a reception with wine will follow the performance. 

Admission is on a sliding scale $5-$25, no one turned away
Blankets and tarps will be accepted for the houseless. >> Read More

Movie Night at the Modern Theatre | Oct. 10

Movie Night at the Modern Theatre at Suffolk University showing "The Manchurian Candidate (1962)" Wednesday, October 10, 7PM Modern Theatre, 525 Washington Street

On the 50th anniversary of its release and during the election year of 2012, the political and psychological thriller "The Manchurian Candidate" still resonates with contemporary audiences. The Modern Theatre at Suffolk University, in collaboration with the Boston Preservation Alliance, will screen this 1962 classic film, adapted from Richard Condon’s novel by George Axelrod, directed by John Frankenheimer, featuring Frank Sinatra, Laurence Harvey, Janet Leigh, and Angela Lansbury. >> Read More

'Good People' by David Lindsay-Abaire | Sep 20

Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston will celebrate South Boston Club alumnus and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and lyricist David Lindsay-Abaire with a special performance of his play Good People on Thursday, September 20, 2012, produced by the Huntington Theatre Company.

Set in South Boston, Good People tells the story of unlikely heroine Margie Walsh, who looks up an old flame in a contrary attempt to make a new start after being let go from her job. Quick-witted and humor-filled, the story questions fate and addresses social class issues. >> Read More

EXPATRIATE by Lenelle Moïse | Oct 4th – Oct 6th

by Lenelle Moïse

The Theater Offensive is proud to present the off-Broadway hit, Expatriate, an explosive and funny new play composed, written, and performed by Lenelle Moïse. When two best friends bolt from their lives in Boston to create their American Dream in Paris, they encounter fabulous success, degrading dangers, and ghosts of their own pasts. Moïse and fellow performer Karla Moseley create an energetic and seamless fusion of realistic action, dream sequences and live concert numbers, exploring Black identity, friendship, desire, addiction, sexual freedom, love and survival. >> Read More

The Theater Offensive


(617) 661-1600





The Theater Offensive’s mission is to form and present the diverse realities of queer lives in art so bold it breaks through personal isolation and political orthodoxy to help build an honest, progressive community.


Our work provokes vibrant discussion about the realities of being lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender. Through social gatherings, soirees, workshops, and post-show discussions, the organization transcends traditional theater boundaries and opens new avenues of understanding, awareness and inclusion within queer communities as well as outside of them.


565 Boylston St.
Boston, MA 02116
United States
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