We are thrilled to announce the titles that will make up our 2021-2022 season! Your support has kept us strong over the past year, and you have our heartfelt thanks. Our 47th season explores meaningful relationships and asks us how far we would go for the people and things we hold dear. We’re excited to open our doors on September 24 and share these powerful, exciting, and moving shows with you. Watch the video below to learn more about this wonderful lineup of plays and musicals.
We know that this year will be quite unlike any other. Throughout the pandemic, we have kept close watch on the guidance from the CDC, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and the City of Boston to keep our artists and audiences safe. If you have specific questions, don’t be afraid to send us an email. We always enjoy hearing from you.
Our 47th Season
Opening September 24, 2021
Two disconnected and damaged souls ask themselves how much they’re willing to risk for love, meaning, and joy in this romantic comedy.
Opening November 12, 2021
A young couple falls in—and out—of love in this intimate musical told from two chronological points of view: Cathy tells her story backwards while Jamie tells his story forward.
Opening January 7, 2022
Based on the real-life adventures of Lyric-favorite Maurice Parent, this humorous world-premiere tells the story of an actor who turns to teaching in the Boston Public Schools for a steady paycheck, and learns what it means to show up for our kids—and ourselves.
Opening February 27, 2022
In the wake of Shakespeare’s death, his company of actors unites to preserve the plays they performed, narrowly rescuing the iconic playwright from obscurity. A love letter to Shakespeare, the power of art, and the stage.
Opening April 15, 2022
When low-born and seemingly innocent Monty Navarro sets out to knock off the eight unsuspecting members of the lofty D’Ysquith family that stand between him and his ascension to becoming the ninth Earl of Highhurst. And what of love? Murder isn’t the only thing on Monty’s mind….
Opening June 3, 2022
On the night of their engagement, Genesis and Rashad’s relationship splinters as a gift of concert tickets forces them to reveal long-buried secrets, threatening their future happiness. The Light asks what—and who—are we willing to fight for.