And Then We Baked Bread: An Evening of Quarantine-Inspired Theatre

Newton Theatre Company is thrilled to be starting off 2021 with an evening of engaging live performances! A virtual collage of music, movement, and theatre. “And Then We Baked Bread” is a snapshot of life in its most uncertain moments. This evening of short performances is a seriously fun, perfectly imperfect, raw and honest release, […]

Free – $50

Broadway Babies: From NPS to the Great White Way

virtual Newton, MA

Have a passion for the theatre? Join us for a colorful conversation about performing and producing during “normal” times and Covid times with Newton Public Schools alumni Zachary Baer, producer of live and digital entertainment; Skylar Fox, director, playwright and theatrical designer; Tess Primack, actress and founder of Broadway from Home; and Ryan Vona, actor, and singer-songwriter. Special guest Adam Brown, […]

A Medal for Willie

Newton Theatre company is thrilled to produce a virtual production of William Branch’s "A Medal for Willie", a powerful play which examines the intersection of segregation and racism during a time when both were permitted to flourish. Set in a small town during the Jim Crow era with eerily contemporary parallels, A Medal for Willie […]

Free – $50

The Monologue Project: Common Threads

Newton Theatre Company’s next virtual production celebrates the voices of Asian American girls and women in the Newton community. Directed by Edie Pike and Valerie Goldstein, the show brings together a group of Asian American girls and women to share their stories and experiences. The stories, from a population that has been continuously silenced throughout history, […]

Free – $50


ReelAbilities Film Festival, Boston 2021

Virtual Newton, MA

The 10th Anniversary Festival streams nationwide online and features international documentaries, narratives, and shorts, along with live and recorded programs! The Festival strives for the inclusion of all people and is dedicated to promoting awareness and appreciation of the lives, stories, and artistic expression of people with disabilities. More Information


Mary Stuart: A Collaboration of Song and Text

The Hyde BandStand 90 Lincoln Street, Newton, MA

Two queens; one throne. Two women pitted against each other in a man’s world. Find out who wins this renaissance-style game of thrones in a sharp new adaptation of Schiller’s drama. Starring Linda Goetz as Queen Elizabeth, Sarah Brooke Vanaman as Mary, Queen of Scots, and Tatiana Ramos as Lord Burleigh. Music by Lady Mary […]

Free – $50

Macbeth – Newton Theatre Company’s Zoom Radio Hour Returns

Virtual Newton, MA

Newton Theatre Company’s Zoom Radio Hour is back with a riveting and intimate production. An all-woman ensemble takes on Shakespeare's tragedy about the infamous Scottish king and queen and the dark consequences of their murderous ambition. Macbeth Saturday, January 22nd at 8 PM Click here to reserve your ticket.

$10 – $25


Our Tears Are the Same Color: Parallel Narratives of Bereaved Palestinian and Israeli Women

Saint John's Episcopal Church 96 Otis Street, Newton

Newton Theatre Company’s newest production follows the true stories of four women: two Palestinian and two Israeli. These women share stories from their childhoods, memories of their families, and the moments they learned of their loved ones' deaths. Their narratives, woven together, call for deeper understanding of shared pain and suffering as a way forward. Two […]



Iphigenia Among the Taurians

Hyde Bandshell 90 Lincoln Streeet, Newton, MA

This June, Newton Theatre Company and Cappella Clausura come together to bring you a little-known tragicomedy by Euripides. Following the exploits of Iphigenia and Orestes, two of the only remaining members of the cursed House of Atreus, this open-air production offers a timeless story of healing and homecoming. Features professional vocalists performing new arrangements of […]

$15 – $25