Past Events


Death of a Salesman

By | Arthur Miller

Directed by | Robbie McCauley

Performed by | Members of the Roxbury Repertory Theatre

Location | Mainstage Theater at Roxbury Community College | 1234 Columbus Ave. Roxbury, Massachusetts Phone: (617) 541-5380

Tickets | $10.00, $5 for Seniors and Students | Purchase Online or Call (617) 541-5380 to reserve

Ten Performances:
Thursday, February 25th 10AM and 8PM or March 3rd 10AM, 8PM
Friday, February 26th 10AM and 8PM or March 4th 10AM, 8PM
Saturday, February 27th 2PM or March 5th 2PM

Recognizing 100 years of the genius of Arthur Miller, Roxbury Repertory Theater will present his highly acclaimed masterpiece, Death Of A Salesman, at Roxbury Community College. Under the direction of artistic director Robbie McCauley, we journey with the travelling salesman as he nears the end of his life, while he struggles to keep his family, his job and himself from unraveling because of his past transgressions. Miller forces the characters to face truths in this complex, layered drama.


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Monday, November 16, 2015

BODY & SOLD

By | Deborah Lake Fortson
Directed by | Robbie McCauley

7:30 pm

Tickets: FREE and open to the public, donations welcome
Charlestown Working Theater
442 Bunker Hill Street
Charlestown, MA 02129

About Sleeping Weazel
Charlotte Meehan and Adara Meyers are playwrights and co-directors of Sleeping Weazel, a Boston-based experimental multimedia theatre company with an online cyber art gallery exhibiting film, video, and sound art that expands “the theatrical.” Last year, Sleeping Weazel premiered critically acclaimed productions of Meehan’s 27 Tips for Banishing the Blues (September 2014) and Meyers’ Talk To At Me (June 2014) as part of the company’s Doubles, Demons, and Dreamers festival. In March, the company premiered Badass, a festival of new works by theatre greats Kate Snodgrass, Robbie McCauley, and Magdalena Gomez. Sleeping Weazel’s motto, “making different possible,” refers to the company’s mission to bridge the gap between mainstream and avant-garde, to present works that break the boundaries between art forms, and to work with artists across generations, cultures, and genres.


Weekend of September 25, 2015

Dramatic Reading

as part of the Boston Busing/Desegregation Project

Facilitated by | Robbie McCauley

Made possible by | Union of Minority Neighborhoods 

Location | Mainstage Theater at Roxbury Community College

1234 Columbus Ave. Roxbury, Massachusetts Phone: (617) 541-5380


May or early June 2015

Busing Desegregation Remembrance

A Dramatic Reading as Part of the Boston Busing/Desegregation Project

Made possible by Union of Minority Neighborhoods 

To be held at The Emerson Theatre and Roxbury’s Mainstage Theatre. Details forthcoming.


April 24-25, 2015

In Recognition of Ed Bullins as Roxbury Repertory Theatre’s
2015 Playwright Laureate:

“In the Wine Time” | “Malcolm: ’71 or Publishing Blackness” | “The Theme is Blackness” | “Taking of Miss Janie”

Directed by | Robbie McCauley

Performed by | Members of the Roxbury Repertory Theatre

Location | Mainstage Theater at Roxbury Community College

1234 Columbus Ave. Roxbury, Massachusetts Phone: (617) 541-5380

Tickets

$5 for students and seniors | $10 for adults

Available at door | cash only


 

March 5-7 & 12-14, 2015 @ 8:00pm

Badass, High Octane Festival Featuring New Works by Theatre Greats

The Tempest (or Bark’s Dream) a storm in one act written by Kate Snodgrass • directed by Melia Bensussen performed by Steven Barkhimer (AEA) Shameless to the Bone! written and performed by Magdalena Gómez Jazz N’ Class a performance meditation written and performed by Robbie McCauley


February 25-26, 2015 @ 7:30pm

The Glass Menagerie: A Different Perspective

Written by | Tennessee Williams

Directed by | Visiting Artist Robbie McCauley
Glass Menagerie: A Different Perspective
The Roxbury Repertory Theater brings renowned theatre artist Robbie McCauley’s visionary, bi-racial production of Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie to Wheaton Tickets | To reserve complimentary tickets contact the Watson Box Office at 508-286-3575 or by email at boxoffice@wheatoncollege.edu. Venue | Weber Theatre, Watson Fine Arts, Wheaton.


 

January 9, 10, & 16, 17, & 18 2015

 

Sugar by Robbie McCauley

Tickets | https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/942782 Venue | Boston Playwrights’ Theatre, 949 Commonwealth Ave., Boston

Directed by Maureen Shea, professor of Performing Arts at Emerson College | Music by Chauncey Moore | Projections by Mirta Tocci

@ HartBeat Ensemble | Carriage House Theater, 360 Farmington Ave, Hartford, CT 06105

Shows 7:30pm and 2:00pm | $20/$25

 


October 23 thru November 1, 2014

The Glass Menagerie: A Different Perspective

Directed by Robbie McCauley |  Set, Lighting and Costume Design by Mirta Tocci |  Performed members of the Roxbury Repertory Theatre

by Tennessee Williams

Set, Lighting and Costume Design by Mirta Tocci

Performed by members of the Roxbury Repertory Theatre 

Press Release

Show Times

Thursday mornings  | October 23rd & October 30th, 2014 10:00am

Friday evenings  | October 24th & October 31st, 8:00pm

Saturday matinees | October 25th & November 1, 2:00pm

Location | Mainstage Theater at Roxbury Community College

1234 Columbus Ave. Roxbury, Massachusetts Phone: (617) 541-5380

Tickets

$5 for students and seniors | $10 for adults

Available at door | cash only

Call (617) 541-5380 to reserve

 

 

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