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Center Stage is a curated performance collection that showcases the Conservatory's most dynamic and innovative performances in dance, music, and theater. Read more about Center Stage and explore this semester's selections.

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Event Dates
Boston Conservatory Theater
31 Hemenway Street, Floor 2
Boston
MA
02115
United States

In this fun and quirky musical, audiences are transported back to 1595, when the fictitious Bottom brothers attempt to step out of Shakespeare’s shadow by writing the world’s first musical. Paul Daigneault directs the performance, with musical direction by Dan Rodriguez and choreography by Taavon Gamble. 

This performance has been selected as part of Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s spring 2024 Center Stage collection.

Admission
$25–30 advance / $30–35 day of show
Discounted admission with Berklee ID
Free–$5 advance / $5–10 day of show
Event Dates
Boston Conservatory Theater
31 Hemenway Street, Floor 2
Boston
MA
02115
United States

In this fun and quirky musical, audiences are transported back to 1595, when the fictitious Bottom brothers attempt to step out of Shakespeare’s shadow by writing the world’s first musical. Paul Daigneault directs the performance, with musical direction by Dan Rodriguez and choreography by Taavon Gamble. 

This performance has been selected as part of Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s spring 2024 Center Stage collection.

Admission
$25–30 advance / $30–35 day of show
Discounted admission with Berklee ID
Free–$5 advance / $5–10 day of show
Event Dates
Boston Conservatory Theater
31 Hemenway Street, Floor 2
Boston
MA
02115
United States

In this fun and quirky musical, audiences are transported back to 1595, when the fictitious Bottom brothers attempt to step out of Shakespeare’s shadow by writing the world’s first musical. Paul Daigneault directs the performance, with musical direction by Dan Rodriguez and choreography by Taavon Gamble. 

This performance has been selected as part of Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s spring 2024 Center Stage collection.

Admission
$25–30 advance / $30–35 day of show
Discounted admission with Berklee ID
Free–$5 advance / $5–10 day of show
Event Dates
Boston Conservatory Theater
31 Hemenway Street, Floor 2
Boston
MA
02115
United States

In this fun and quirky musical, audiences are transported back to 1595, when the fictitious Bottom brothers attempt to step out of Shakespeare’s shadow by writing the world’s first musical. Paul Daigneault directs the performance, with musical direction by Dan Rodriguez and choreography by Taavon Gamble. 

This performance has been selected as part of Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s spring 2024 Center Stage collection.

Admission
$25–30 advance / $30–35 day of show
Discounted admission with Berklee ID
Free–$5 advance / $5–10 day of show
Event Dates
Venue Title
The Huntington
264 Huntington Ave
Boston
MA
02115
United States

Boston Conservatory at Berklee presents the magical and hilarious opera adaptation of William Shakespeare’s comedy A Midsummer Night’s Dream, by Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears, at the Huntington on Boston’s Avenue of the Arts.

This performance has been selected as part of Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s spring 2024 Center Stage collection.

Admission
$25–$30 with discounts available
Discounted admission with Berklee ID
FREE
Event Dates
Venue Title
The Huntington
264 Huntington Ave
Boston
MA
02115
United States

Boston Conservatory at Berklee presents the magical and hilarious opera adaptation of William Shakespeare’s comedy A Midsummer Night’s Dream, by Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears, at the Huntington on Boston’s Avenue of the Arts.

This performance has been selected as part of Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s spring 2024 Center Stage collection.

Admission
$25–$30 with discounts available
Discounted admission with Berklee ID
FREE
Event Dates
Venue Title
The Huntington
264 Huntington Ave
Boston
MA
02115
United States

Boston Conservatory at Berklee presents the magical and hilarious opera adaptation of William Shakespeare’s comedy A Midsummer Night’s Dream, by Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears, at the Huntington on Boston’s Avenue of the Arts.

This performance has been selected as part of Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s spring 2024 Center Stage collection.

Admission
$25–$30 with discounts available
Discounted admission with Berklee ID
FREE
Event Dates
Venue Title
The Huntington
264 Huntington Ave
Boston
MA
02115
United States

Boston Conservatory at Berklee presents the magical and hilarious opera adaptation of William Shakespeare’s comedy A Midsummer Night’s Dream, by Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears, at the Huntington on Boston’s Avenue of the Arts.

This performance has been selected as part of Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s spring 2024 Center Stage collection.

Admission
$25–$30 with discounts available
Discounted admission with Berklee ID
FREE
Event Dates
Boston Conservatory Theater
31 Hemenway Street, Floor 2
Boston
MA
02115
United States

Boston Conservatory at Berklee presents its spring dance concert, Limitless, featuring incredible works by Aszure Barton, José Limón, Dwight Rhoden, and Dan Wagoner. 

This performance has been selected as part of Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s spring 2024 Center Stage collection.

Admission
$25–30 advance / $30–35 day of show
Discounted admission with Berklee ID
Free–$5 advance / $5–10 day of show
Event Dates
Boston Conservatory Theater
31 Hemenway Street, Floor 2
Boston
MA
02115
United States

Boston Conservatory at Berklee presents its spring dance concert, Limitless, featuring incredible works by Aszure Barton, José Limón, Dwight Rhoden, and Dan Wagoner. 

This performance has been selected as part of Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s spring 2024 Center Stage collection.

Admission
$25–30 advance / $30–35 day of show
Discounted admission with Berklee ID
Free–$5 advance / $5–10 day of show

Past Events

Event Dates
Boston Conservatory Theater
31 Hemenway Street, Floor 2
Boston
MA
02115
United States

In this fun and quirky musical, audiences are transported back to 1595, when the fictitious Bottom brothers attempt to step out of Shakespeare’s shadow by writing the world’s first musical. Paul Daigneault directs the performance, with musical direction by Dan Rodriguez and choreography by Taavon Gamble. 

This performance has been selected as part of Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s spring 2024 Center Stage collection.

Admission
$25–30 advance / $30–35 day of show
Discounted admission with Berklee ID
Free–$5 advance / $5–10 day of show
Event Dates
Symphony Hall, Boston
301 Massachusetts Ave.
Boston
MA
02115
United States

Celebrate Black History Month at Symphony Hall with powerful works by William Grant Still, Margaret Bonds, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Valerie Coleman, and Joseph Schwantner. Special guest narrator Anita Hill will recite the words of Martin Luther King Jr., as the orchestra performs Schwantner’s “New Morning for the World.” Bruce Hangen conducts.

This performance has been selected as part of Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s spring 2024 Center Stage collection.

Event Dates
Boston Conservatory Theater
31 Hemenway Street, Floor 2
Boston
MA
02115
United States

Winner of six Tony Awards, including Best Musical, this homage to the era of film noir is a high-energy musical satire that examines the promise—and flaws—of Hollywood through the characters Stine, a successful writer adapting his novel for the screen, and Stone, his fictional detective hero. Featuring music by Cy Coleman, lyrics by David Zippel, and book by Larry Gelbart, the performance is directed and choreographed by Danny Pelzig, with music direction and conducting by Kevin Stites.

Event Dates
Boston Conservatory Theater
31 Hemenway Street, Floor 2
Boston
MA
02115
United States

Winner of six Tony Awards, including Best Musical, this homage to the era of film noir is a high-energy musical satire that examines the promise—and flaws—of Hollywood through the characters Stine, a successful writer adapting his novel for the screen, and Stone, his fictional detective hero. Featuring music by Cy Coleman, lyrics by David Zippel, and book by Larry Gelbart, the performance is directed and choreographed by Danny Pelzig, with music direction and conducting by Kevin Stites.

Event Dates
Boston Conservatory Theater
31 Hemenway Street, Floor 2
Boston
MA
02115
United States

Winner of six Tony Awards, including Best Musical, this homage to the era of film noir is a high-energy musical satire that examines the promise—and flaws—of Hollywood through the characters Stine, a successful writer adapting his novel for the screen, and Stone, his fictional detective hero. Featuring music by Cy Coleman, lyrics by David Zippel, and book by Larry Gelbart, the performance is directed and choreographed by Danny Pelzig, with music direction and conducting by Kevin Stites.