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Season 14


X By Alistair McDowall November 1st - 16th, 2019

On the dark, frigid wasteland of Pluto, a team of scientists and astronauts finds themselves marooned at the very edge of the solar system. With nothing to do but wait, the crew struggles to maintain their…

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One Giant Leap By A. Lehrmitt & Kevin Mullins July 20th, 2019

Inspired by the 50th anniversary of the historic moon landing on July 20th, 1969, Flat Earth Theatre is commissioning two new plays that explore our relationship with our nearest celestial neighbor, and…

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To Be Announced By Dates & Location TBA!

We have something out of this world in the works for our Summer 2020 production, so make sure you keep your eyes open for our additional announcement later this revolution around the sun!

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Auditions for Alistair McDowall's X

Flat Earth Theatre seeks actors for its Fall 2019 production of Alistair McDowall's sci-fi horror masterpiece X a glimpse into a disturbing future from the icy limits of the solar system, directed by Lindsay Eagle.

Auditions will be held Monday, July 22nd and Wednesday, July 23rd.

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Announcing our 2019–2020 Season: YONDER

Flat Earth Theatre sets course for the final frontier in our much anticipated 2019–2020 season: YONDER.

Featuring Alistair McDowall's sci-fi horror masterpiece X, a glimpse into a disturbing future from the icy limits of the solar system; our latest new works celebration One Giant Leap, which honors the 50th anniversary of the moon landing; and a cosmic surprise that we'll reveal in the months to come, Flat Earth’s 14th season explores familiar worlds that become more and more alien the further away you get.

Who will you meet in the realm of King of Shadows?

Announcing the cast and staff of Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa's King of Shadows, directed by Michael Hisamoto!

King of Shadows runs June 7th through 22nd, 2019! Tickets on sale now!

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Congratulations to our 2019 IRNE Awards Winners!

Flat Earth Theatre is ecstatic to recognize our 2019 IRNE Awards winners, Christine Power, Best Actress (Fringe) for her performance as Lise Meitner in Delicate Particle Logic and Bob Mussett, Best Supporting Actor (Fringe) for his performance as Sims/Papa in The Nether.

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Congratulations to everyone who won, was nominated, and made 2018 a very special year!

Join us for a Not Medea talkback!

Drink the Greek Mythology Kool-Aid: Sunday, March 24, 2pm: Join us for a panel discussion following the Sunday, March 24th matinee of Not Medea with special guests Patricia Johnson and Stephanie Nelson from the Boston University Classics Department. Dramaturg Betsy S. Goldman will moderate.

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