The Friends of Eddie Coyle
Special events
June 23-24

The godfather of badass Boston crime stories comes to life in this stage adaptation of George V. Higgins’ famous novel The Friends of Eddie Coyle. Set in the winter of ’69, Eddie Coyle is a bottom of the barrel hood trying to stay alive and out of jail among his “friends” – bank robbers, student radicals, bartenders, hit men, cops and informants. The Friends of Eddie Coyle has been called the best crime novel ever written; Higgins' dialogue comes to life on stage with this encore performance at OBERON, following its sold-out run.

Creative team
Adapted for the stage by Bill Doncaster
Directed by Maria Silvaggi

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Ticket prices

$15-25

Venue

2 Arrow St.
Cambridge, MA 02138

Venue Map

Access

Accessibilty
Assistive Listening Devices
Large Print Programs