Introducing the candidates of Blinders
Get to know your candidates! The cast of Blinders, led by director Korinne T. Ritchey, is here to make America better, because two heads are better than one!
Make your vote count June 10 – 25!
Congratulations to our 2015 AWARD WINNERS!
It's been an exciting year for Flat Earth. The Earthlings are honored to have been recognized in the fringe community with numerous awards, and we couldn't be prouder.
The Farnsworth Invention took home four IRNE Awards! Congratulations to Michael Fisher (Best Actor), Sarah Gazdowicz (Best Director), the whole cast (Best Ensemble), and everyone involved (Best Production) for concocting a truly fabulous invention!
And Terra Nova nabbed two MyTheatre Awards! Congratulations to Jake Scaltreto (Best Director) and the whole team (Best Production) for braving the elements to deliver one of the most chilling plays of the season!
Thanks to everyone who supported Flat Earth and fringe theatre!
Meet the Cast of Tales of a Fourth Grade Lesbo
Director Mariagrazia LaFauci sends her enthusiastic cast back to middle school in Gina Young's Tales of a Fourth Grade Lesbo, a pastiche of '80s and '90s music and pop culture that explores the social constructs developed during one's formative years.
Relive middle school with us March 11 – 26!
Let Flat Earth Theatre Challenge Your World
We interviewed Boston artists to ask how Flat Earth Theatre challenged their world. Check out their responses and consider making a tax-deductible donation to help us continue to provide thought-provoking theatre for years to come!
Announcing our Tenth Anniversary Season
For our 10th anniversary season, Flat Earth explores three outsider stories that range all across the map, but converge on the difficulty, drama, and tragedy of looking in from the perimeter. You will find us at the brink of adolescent sexuality with the East Coast premier of Gina Young’s Tales of a Fourth Grade Lesbo, way out on the fringes of a presidential marketing conspiracy with Patrick Gabridge’s Blinders, and where the world of war bleeds into the world of childhood in Suzanne Lebeau's The Sound of Cracking Bones.
In 2016, we stand with those who stand apart.