2021 Season42 Years of Professional Theater on Boston's North Shore
JUNE 4 – JUNE 27
JULY 9 – AUGUST 1
From Tony Award winning playwright Ken Ludwig, comes Baskerville, a fast-paced comedy following the iconic detective, and his sidekick, Dr. Watson, as they solve one of their most notorious cases.
AUGUST 6 – 29
A new comedy by critically-acclaimed playwright Theresa Rebeck, Seared, sets the table in a small New York restaurant and explores where art ends and commerce begins.
When brilliant, hot-headed chef Harry, gets a glowing mention of his signature scallops in a high profile magazine, his partner, Mike, sees dollar signs. The only problem is that Harry refuses to cash in and recreate his masterpiece for the masses.
SEPTEMBER 3 – 26
The first regional production of James Sheldon’s poignant new play, since the world premiere Off-Broadway run at New York’s Billie Holiday Theatre.
Ginny, a successful book editor, invites a young, black aspiring author, Reg to her apartment after a boozy book party. She wakes up to find that a night of tenderness and passion is turning into a tumultuous morning-after when he threatens to reveal a dark secret from her past.
OCTOBER 1 – 17
Gloucester resident and playwright, Ken Riaf, returns with his newest play after the hit world premiere of My Station In Life.
Think of Me Tuesday tells the story of a candidate who, after continually failed campaigns, suddenly ends up in the city’s hot seat. Newly minted mayor, Jim ‘Buddy’ Chum is immediately faced with a quixotic challenge bigger than any one man can handle.