Join Gloucester Stage in celebrating our PRIDE with nights of pop-up food before the show and piano bar entertainment after the curtain closes on the first Saturday of every performance! These special evenings, throughout the run of our season, especially welcome all gay, lesbian, queer, and trans members of our community to experience world-class theater in a welcoming and entertaining space. Straight allies are encouraged to join in the party and all attendees are encouraged to stay as long or short as you wish – with a laid back feel pre-show and a more lively atmosphere in the evening until midnight or so.

My Station in Life – Saturday, October 13

No special RSVP required, but to buy your tickets for our performances click here. Seating is limited.

Thursday, Sept. 20  |  7:30pm


Collaboration with Sawyer Free Library & Gloucester Stage Company

The 2018 Season is full of fabulous stories, steeped in classic literature. You’ll see the shows on stage, but now you can dive deeper into the characters and text with a book group through Sawyer Free Library. This brand new book club will read three books that connect with Madame Defarge, Cyrano (which have already passed) and:

The Agitators (Frederick Douglass by William McFeely) – Thursday, Sept. 20.  Sign Up by Clicking Here!

Registration is FREE through sawyerfreelibrary.org – with discounted theater tickets available to book group participants. Club members will meet at the theater at 5:45pm to discuss the current book and then attend that evening’s performance. For questions you can call our Box Office at 978.281.4433.

Friday, November 30 |  7:30pm


Presented by the Gloucester Writer’s Center – Real stories, told by the storyteller, live at Gloucester Stage.

Fish Tales started out as an idea – a local storytelling program at the Gloucester Writers Center, because at heart every writer is a storyteller. True stories, remembered by the storyteller, live. Our storytellers are ready to share funny and honest moments, and our enthusiastic audience reminds us that it is a joy and privilege to sit and listen to someone else’s life for a while.

Tickets are $25 and donations accepted at the door. No one turned away from lack of funds.
Learn more about the Gloucester Writers Center here