- Handicapped Accessible:
Located in Harvard Square, the American Repertory Theatre (A.R.T.) is one of the country's most celebrated resident theaters and the winner of numerous awards, including the Tony Award and the Pulitzer Prize. Named the third best theatre in the country by Time magazine, the A.R.T. recently opened its second performance space at Zero Arrow Theatre, also in Harvard Square. The Company has welcomed major American and international theatre artists whose singular visions generate and define the theatre's work, presenting a varied repertoire that includes new plays, progressive productions of classical texts, and collaborations between artists from many disciplines. The season runs September-June. A.R.T. offers several subscription plans and a host of benefits, including discounts on parking, fine dining, and tickets to other theatres. They also offer a child-care series (Saturday matinees) and pre-performance and post-performance discussion series (Saturday matinees).
Photo Credits: Main Photo: Mother Courage and Her Children, directed by Janos Szasz. Photo by Richard Feldman
1 La Dispute, directed by Anne Bogart. Photo by Richard Feldman
2 Highway Ulysses, directed by Robert Woodruff. Photo by Richard Feldman
3 No Exit, directed by Jerry Mouawad. Photo T. Charles Erickson
4 Romeo and Juliet, directed by Janos Szasz. Photo by T. Charles Erickson
5 Uncle Vanya, directed by Janos Szasz. Photo by Richard Feldman
6 Desire Under the Elms, directed by Janos Szasz. Photo by Richard Feldman
7 The Children of Herakles, directed by Peter Sellars. Photo by Richard Feldman
8 The Onion Cellar, directed by Marcus Stern. Photo by Sheri Hauser
American Repertory Theatre's OBERON, located at 2 Arrow Street at the corner of Mass Ave., Harvard Square, Cambridge, is fully accessible. ASL interpreted and audio described performances are available at select productions. Visit americanrepertorytheater.org/access for more information.
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