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  • Moonbox Productions Announces DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS And More For 2024-2025 Season
    Moonbox Productions Announces DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS And More For 2024-2025 Season. Moonbox will kick off its season in September with high jinks and hilarity with the Tony-winning musical comedy.
  • BNWF 2025: Request for Proposals
    Moonbox Productions invites BIPOC and non-white Massachusetts based playwrights to submit one un-produced play, musical or proposed project for a staged reading or workshop production as part of the 2025 Boston New Works Festival. All submissions must be received by May 15, 2024.
  • SWEENEY TODD REVIEW- Susan Mulford
    THROUGH NOV. 5: SWEENY TODD/The Demon Barber of Fleet Street Attention! Allay your fears regarding previous rumors surrounding productions of this classic musical that were often filled with blatant bloody realism. The Award-winning, Moonbox Productions has refined this show into a spectacular new, viewer friendly production. They have garnered a fabulous cast of incredibly talented…
  • Festival Submissions 3rd Annual Boston New Works Festival
  • SWEENEY TODD Comes to Arrow Street Arts in October
  • Meet the Playwrights – 2nd Annual Boston New Works Festival
    Moonbox Productions has selected seven original plays by local playwrights for its 2nd Annual Boston New Works Festival. Moonbox will host the 2023 Boston New Works Festival June 22nd – 25th at the Boston Center for the Arts.
  • Arrow Street Arts, a New Cambridge Non-profit, to Renovate and Operate Venue in Harvard Square
    The project’s two performance spaces, opening in 2023, will provide much-needed creative facilities for local performing artists and non-profit arts organizations: A fully renovated black box theater, and a rehearsal/performance/event studio A partnership with the Cambridge Community Foundation expands opportunities for local artists and organizations to utilize the venues and create new works  Moonbox Productions…
  • Announcing Our 2022-2023 Season
    Adam Richins for Sister School images—  @adamrichinsphoto, Moonbox’s twelfth season to kick-off in September.   BOSTON, MA – Moonbox Productions, winner of numerous IRNE and Elliot Norton Awards, is thrilled to announce its theatrical line up for the 2022-2023 season.  In September, Moonbox is excited to kick-off its season with two original works performed in repertory, The…
  • Black History Month Continues
  • Black History Month
  • Moonbox partners with Trans Resistance MA for ‘Rocky Horror’
    By Boston Spirit -OCTOBER 12, 2021 Moonbox Productions is partnering with Trans Resistance MA for its current production of that gender-bending, fabulous glam-rock musical “Rocky Horror Picture Show,” on stage through Oct. 31 at Moonbox’s pop-up theater at 25 Brattle St. in Harvard Square. Here’s the scoop from the Country Gazette/Wicked Local: “With each of their shows,…
  • An Interview with Elmer Martinez
    Welcome Elmer Martinez!Collaborative Arts Coordinator, Moonbox Productions We at Moonbox are SUPER excited about the newest member of our staff, Elmer Martinez! Elmer is joining us as Collaborative Arts Coordinator, a brand new position created with the idea of establishing site-specific theater that is immersive and draws upon community collaborations and intersectional art. Elmer has…
  • Moonbox Alumnae Elbert “EJ” Joseph and Norma Aldana are making headlines!
  • Moonbox Announces Requirement Of Vaccine Or Proof Of Negative COVID-19 Test
  • Former Shadowboxer Elmer Martinez curates local arts exhibit
    Soul Stew: An Installation at the Nook – Now thru August 21st For Details and Ticketing Information: SOMERVILLE, MA – Somerville Artist, Elmer Martinez, has opened an art installation in his backyard called Soul Stew: An Installation at the Nook.  The multidisciplinary art installation, curated in response to a year of creative repression brought…
  • Moonbox Productions announces 2021/2022 Season
  • Lovely Hoffman- “Juneteenth”
  • 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
    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
    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
    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
    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…
  • 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
    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
    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…