Season Seven 
a season of outsiders

This season we look at characters that fall outside the bounds of society, both literally and metaphorically.  The outsiders in our season are exiles from their homes, their families, their kingdoms, and themselves.  Or they never quite fit in from the beginning.  Our season explores how we all fight to find peace with our place in life, to recapture what was lost, or to create a new "normal."

Normal Stories
A blog from
Arts After Hours

Patrons and Artists share their stories about mental illness and the impacts on daily family life.

Next to Normal (June 1 - June 17):  The Tony and Pulitzer Prize winning family drama about a woman dealing with mental illness, and the impact the struggle within her own mind has on her entire family. BUY TICKETS

Directed by Adrienne Boris

Music Directed by Bethany Aiken


Katie Pickett - Diana
Corey Jackson - Dan
Siobhan Carroll - Natalie
Nicolas Fernandez - Gabe
Matthew Corr - Henry
Alex Grover - Doctor

June 1st (Preview Performance) - 8PM - Discounted Tickets on sale now!

June 2nd (Opening Night) - 8PM - Champagne Toast following the show!

June 3rd - 8PM

June 4th - 4PM - Discounted Tickets for first matinee!

June 9th - 8PM

June 10th - 8PM

June 11th - 4PM - Talkback Following the show!
Discussion with Dr. Mark Alexakos, Chief Behavioral Health Officer and staff from Lynn Community Health Center's Behavioral Health Team.

June 15th - 8PM

June 16th - 8PM

June 17th - 8PM

The Tempest (Summer Dates TBD):  Shakespeare's final play explores exile, magic, love, and redemption within the confines of a single remote island.  And it all begins with a storm...

"O, wonder!
How many goodly creatures are there here!
How beauteous mankind is! O brave new world,
That has such people in't!"

Batboy, The Musical (October 13-28): Winner of Off-Broadway's Lucille Lortel, Richard Rodgers, American Academy of Arts and Letters, and Outer Critics Circle Awards, Bat Boy, The Muscial is based on a June 23, 1992 Weekly World News story about a half-boy, half-bat, dubbed "Bat Boy", who grew up living in a cave.


This program is supported in part by a grant from the Lynn Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

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