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Remembering Jeffrey E. Salzberg
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Remembering Jeffrey E. Salzberg

“The 2012 Tony Award. The 2013 Obie. The 2014 Pulitzer Prize for fiction. These are among the many awards that Lighting Designer Jeffrey E. Salzberg has never won.”

So begins one of Jeff’s famous autobiographies, pulled straight from a Moonbox playbill.

Announcing the Boston New Works Finalists
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Announcing the Boston New Works Finalists

Moonbox is thrilled to present the finalists of the first-ever Boston New Works Project. Over the course of the 2021-2022 season, these 11 original plays and musicals will be workshopped, polished, and set to debut at the Boston New Works Fringe Festival- a week-long celebration of Boston’s opportunity to #CreateCommunity, together.

COVID-19 Update
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COVID-19 Update

When news of the COVID pandemic began to break last spring, Moonbox, like so many in our industry, began to scramble our schedules and personnel in an effort to let the show go on. Hopes that we were looking at just a few months of disruption dissolved as the virus spread, and we entered this long haul of social distancing, shut-downs and unspeakable losses of life and livelihoods.

Remembering Marian Bertone
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Remembering Marian Bertone

This winter Moonbox lost close friend and beloved collaborator, Marian Bertone.  Marian designed costumes for several Moonbox shows, beginning in 2014 with The Musical of Musicals (The Musical!), and later for The Wild Party, Barnum and finally Cabaret – the latter two earning her IRNE Awards for best Costume Design.   Marian tackled every project...

Moonbox Productions Names Davron Monroe as Director of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
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Moonbox Productions Names Davron Monroe as Director of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

BOSTON, MA – Moonbox Productions is thrilled to announce that it has named Davron Monroe as Director of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion.  Monroe has been involved with Moonbox Productions since its inception in 2011.  Aside from being an amazing force and an undeniable presence on the Boston theatre stages, Monroe has an extensive background in...

New Works Panel
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New Works Panel

The Boston New Works Project is no longer accepting submissions. Sharman Altshuler founded Moonbox Productions in the spring of 2011. After 15 years of practicing veterinary medicine, Sharman teamed up on a whim with friend and colleague Allison Choat to put on a production of Godspell.  It ran for a weekend in April of 2011 at...

Boston New Works Submission Guidelines
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Boston New Works Submission Guidelines

The Boston New Works Project is no longer accepting submissions. Please Read CAREFULLY Write up a ONE PAGE descriptive written proposal of a new work you would like to create. Acceptable projects include: traditional live theater (straight play or musical; full length, one-act or 10 minute), short-subject films (under 20 minutes in length), We are...

The Boston New Works Project
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The Boston New Works Project

The Boston New Works Project is no longer accepting submissions. Moonbox is now officially welcoming proposals from Massachusetts residents for new live performance projects! Do you have an idea for a theatrical piece that you would like to develop? This is your chance to pitch your idea and make it happen! Projects proposed in this...

Moonbox Productions Announces New Works Initiative
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Moonbox Productions Announces New Works Initiative

Moonbox will host New Works Festival in the 2021-2022 Theater Season. BOSTON, MA – Moonbox Productions is thrilled to announce its New Works Initiative.  In light of the ongoing uncertainty surrounding live theater performances, Moonbox Productions is pivoting from normal operations for the coming season and launching a new initiative dedicated to the cultivation of...

Moonbox Productions Announces the Homebrew Project
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Moonbox Productions Announces the Homebrew Project

Supporting local artists during the COVID19 crisis. BOSTON, MA – While live performances are on hold, Moonbox Productions is thrilled to announce the launch of the Homebrew Project to support the work of local artists.  The Homebrew Project invites local performers, writers, musicians and others to create and share home-brewed art that is important to...