Moonbox Productions Announces the Homebrew Project

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 them that they would like to share virtually.  Moonbox will be posting these pieces on all its social media sites, and compensating each artist for their work and giving viewers an opportunity to donate to the artist directly. 

“The Homebrew Project helps us all keep the creative juices flowing, while supporting the artists in our community whose livelihoods have been decimated by COVID-19,” said Sharman Altshuler.   “We hope you enjoy the Homebrew Series and that you can consider making a donation to the amazing artists who are sharing their time and talents with us,” said Altshuler.

If you would like to make a donation to Moonbox directly to help us in our efforts to support our theater community, please visit us at – and thank you!

Moonbox Productions was founded in 2011 by Producer/Artistic Director Sharman Altshuler. Based in Harvard Square in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Moonbox is dedicated to supporting local arts and local artists, and to connecting communities to the non-profit organizations that serve them. To fulfill their artistic mission, Moonbox taps the deep well of talent within their own communities to bring top quality theatrical experiences to stages throughout the Greater Boston area.  To fulfill their social mission, they partner with a local non-profit organization for each show, giving them visibility on their website and in their promotional materials, as well as giving them access to their audiences in order to raise awareness of their cause, create connections within the community, and increase the reach and impact of their work. Moonbox has also established a youth mentorship program (“Shadowbox”) and is currently launching a new company initiative (“Turning the Tide”) to increase representation and opportunities in theater for Deaf and Disabled artists.  To learn more, visit

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