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|Greater Boston Theater Expo 2018|
Connect with 60+ Greater Boston theater companies and learn about their 2018-2019 Season offerings.
From award-winning work on the stages of flagship companies, to remarkable and innovative pieces by adventurous smaller organizations -- explore the breadth, variety, and vitality of our local theater community, meet artists, and take advantage of Expo-only ticket offers and giveaways.
FREE / OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
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Are you a member of the Press/Media looking to come to our VIP Preview?
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Are you an organization looking to promote your theater and upcoming season? Register for a table at the Expo and connect with 500+ individuals!
Registration for a table & two chairs at the Expo is $68 until July 13th and $78 after that
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
4pm - 5pm - PRESS / VIP PREVIEW - Cyclorama
5pm - 8pm - PUBLIC EXPO - Cyclorama ** Doors open to the public at 5pm**
8pm - CLEAN UP & BREAK DOWN
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This event is produced by a committee dedicated to supporting, promoting, and raising the profile of Greater Boston’s vibrant and gifted theater community. The committee was originally formed to help plan the Theater Communications Group 2012 Conference, held in Boston. The committee includes leaders from StageSource, ArtsBoston, and a diverse group of theater organizations.
"From the award-winning work on the stages of our flagship companies to the remarkable and innovative pieces by Greater Boston's adventurous small theater scene, the range of work being done in our region is among the most impressive in the country," says David Colfer, General Manager of Emerson Stage, the producing arm of the Department of Performing Arts at Emerson College. "By bringing so many theater companies together under one roof at the Greater Boston Theater Expo, organizations will connect with new supporters, and audiences will have the chance to explore this rich marketplace in a format that is convenient, efficient, and free."
"It is an exciting time for the New England theater community, but some of that excitement is a well kept secret to a lot of people. One of the many things I love about the Greater Boston Theater Expo is that dozens of companies come in, set up their tables, and spend three hours celebrating with the public. It's the science fair of arts events, and a lot of fun," says StageSource Executive Director Julie Hennrikus.
“The Expo is an opportunity for the theater community and the Greater Boston community to come together and experience the breadth and depth of Boston theater with its wide range of content, practice, thematic concerns and community involvement. Nowhere else can you get a snapshot of the impact that the theater community has in Greater Boston.” - Wanda Strukus, Boston Center for the Arts Chief Programming Officer
Organizations who attended in 2017 (as of 9/11/17):