Everyone Is Dying And So Am I – A Queer Pop Fantasia

Open Theatre Project is proud to present EVERYONE IS DYING AND SO AM I, created and performed by Michael John Ciszewski, and directed by Sarah Gazdowicz and Tyler Prendergast, at St. John’s Church in Jamaica Plain, Boston from April 29 through May 9, 2020.  

Join our hero Michael John as he transforms his story of loss, fear, and regret through an experience in the crowd of a concert headlined by celebrated pop diva, The Priestess. Together, you'll dance through a collective creative process that fearlessly confronts the past in order to make a more fabulous future for us all. Turn up the volume and move through the agony and ecstasy of life towards understanding the unifying truth that Everyone is Dying and So Am I!

OTP’s Gay Shorts: We Are Family – A 10 Min Play Festival

OTP's Gay Shorts: We Are Family
May 24 - June 2
Club Cafe - Boston, MA

Jamaica Plain's Open Theatre Project presents GAY SHORTS: We Are Family, the 2nd annual Play Festival that explores family life in the GLTBQ community. Running at CLUB CAFÉ in Boston, MA May 24 - June 2, 2018.Back for the second year in a row featuring an evening of short plays by, for, and with LGTBQ artists from all walks of life. These short plays will explore the in's and OUT'S of LGTBQ family life. Funny relevant and irreverent you won't want to miss this signature event of Open Theatre Project at Club Cafe in Boston MA. Featuring plays by Rhea MacCallum, Nick Malakhow, Patrick Gabridge, Sam Lasman, Ingrid Oslund, Ken Preuss, Scott Mullen & George Smart • Directed by Preston Graveline, Pascale Florestal, Josh Glenn-Kayden, Matthew Feldman-Campbell, Liz Adams & Dustin Bell

Learn more: https://www.theopentheatre.com/gay-shorts-lgtbq-plays
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/142078089960558/
Ticket Link: https://www.artful.ly/store/events/14720

JP’s Open Theatre Project Presenting New Play Created by JP Community

“What Are You Afraid Of?” is the question at the core of Open Theatre Project's new play "Fear Project." Through facilitated story circles, community events and one-on-one conversations over the last eight months, the Open Theatre Project has explored this question and devised a new play that reflects your words, your experiences and your fears. OTP's "Fear Project" takes you on a journey to explore our emotional and intellectual responses to fear -- to understand its roots, impact and the ways in which we face it. This will be done through creative storytelling, multi-disciplinary performance and an immersive experience not to be forgotten. "Fear Project is running April 28th through May 13th at St.