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Season 11

Dead But Dreaming By A Month's Exploration of the Work of H.P. Lovecraft October 8th - 22nd, 2016

Following the success of our 2014 live radio drama Lovecraft’s Unnamable Tales, Flat Earth will unleash the Great Old Ones on Boston with two new H.P. Lovecraft–themed readings: Arkham Books and Lovecraft's…

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Silent Sky By Lauren Gunderson March 10th - 25th, 2017

At Harvard Observatory at the turn of the 20th century, Henrietta Leavitt joins a group of women tasked with charting the heavens without being allowed to touch a telescope. Despite restrictions placed…

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Fat Pig By Neil LaBute June 9th - 24th, 2017

Smart, sexy and fat, Helen lives in a world that judges her for her weight. Her new, conventionally thin, boyfriend Tom quickly becomes enamored with her despite the condemnation of his shallow, often…

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Auditions for Lauren Gunderson's Silent Sky

Flat Earth Theatre seeks actors for Lauren Gunderson’s Silent Sky, the story of Henrietta Leavitt, the Harvard astronomer who discovered the way to measure the distance between galaxies despite the rule that women could not use the telescope, directed by Dori Robinson. Auditions will be held Sunday, December 4, and Tuesday, December 6.

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Studio Recording of Lovecraft's Unnamable Tales On Sale!

Get ready for the newly adapted radio play Lovecraft's Tales Outside Time and Space with the studio recording from 2014's horrifying Lovecraft's Unnamable Tales, available for sale on CD Baby.

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Check out a sample of fan-favorite story "Hypnos" for free.

Meet the Monsters and Mystics in Dead But Dreaming

Following the success of our 2014 live radio drama Lovecraft’s Unnamable Tales, Flat Earth will unleash the Great Old Ones on Boston with two new H.P. Lovecraft–themed readings: Arkham Books and Lovecraft's Tales Outside Time and Space in our month-long exploration Dead But Dreaming.

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Announcing Our 2016–17 Season

Filled with horror plays and harrowing true-to-life accounts, Flat Earth's 11th season seeks to reveal the darker truths in society, past and present. The productions defiantly expose the prejudice and corruption buried in human nature, addressing potent themes from gender equality at the turn of the century to the effects of body image on individuals of all types, in our 2016–17 season, The Underside Exposed.

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Visit the Earthlings at the GREATER BOSTON THEATRE EXPO: 2016!

Join us and over 60 other companies for the Greater Boston Theatre Expo on Tuesday, September 20th, 5–8pm at the Cyclorama at the BCA, and catch up with Flat Earth and learn more about our 2016–17 Season!

Free and Open to the Public!

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