Cardboard Piano at New Repertory Theatre

New Repertory Theatre presents the New England Premiere of Cardboard Piano, a riveting new drama written by the in-demand young playwright, Hansol Jung. March 23 - April 14 at the Mosesian Center for the Arts, 321 Arsenal St. Watertown, MA 02472

Tickets $25-$67. Students $15-$22. Discounts for groups 10+, senior citizens, military personnel.

Teatro en el Parque

On the evenings of Thursday, July 19; Friday, July 20; and Saturday, July 21 Hyde Jackson Square Main Street and Escena Latina Teatro will be celebrating our 6th annual Teatro en el Parque. This year we will be producing the play, Cumbia de mi Corazón, by Toby Campion and will be performed by Escena Latina Teatro. It will be acted in Spanish with English translations projected on a giant video screen. Prior to each show we'll set up our Café en el Parque featuring complementary live music, delicious food from local restaurants and offerings from local businesses. Cumbia de mi Corazón, by Toby Campion, is set in heaven with the protagonist trying to capture the heart of his wife.

Peter & the Starcatcher

The Tony-winning play, based on the best-selling novels, upends the century-old story of how a miserable orphan boy becomes the legendary Peter Pan. Family friendly!

2017 Jamaica Plain Improv Festival

Welcome! The 2017 Jamaica Plain Improv Festival invites local and national improv comedy teams to showcase the art of long form improv! JPIF is a 13-hour long form improv marathon hosted by Naffy Improv and The Riot Theater. The Festival will be held from 12pm to 1am, August 12, 2017, at the Riot Theater in Jamaica Plain, MA. On social media, #JPIF2

Teatro en el Parque

Come to Mozart Park to enjoy live outdoor theater with Escena Latina Teatro performing Botánica and enjoy dinner at our pop-up cafe featuring delicious complimentary food from neighborhood restaurants and music starting at 5pm. Show starts at 7pm. Play is in Spanish with English subtitles on a giant video monitor. Botánica, by Dolores Prida, is a comedy that takes place in an herb shop where the venerable Doña Geno, a spiritual leader in the community, concocts love potions, divines the future and dispenses spiritual cures. Originally set in New York, Escena Latina Teatro has adapted the play to Boston.