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2024/25 Season

2024/25 Season

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You won’t want to miss this season of boundary-breaking new works and beloved classics! Four and three-show subscriptions are now available for purchase online. A.R.T. Ticket Services will be open with limited staff for in-person sales and we encourage you to subscribe online for the fastest service.

Subscription Pricing

Subscriptions are priced per seat as follows:

  • 4-Play Opening Night Experience: $560
  • 4-Play Total Experience (Zone A): $316
  • 4-Play Total Experience (Zone B): $224
  • 3-Play Choose-Your-Own Experience (Zone A): $252
  • 3-Play Choose-Your-Own Experience (Zone B): $180
  • 3- or 4-Play Preview Experiences: $129 or $172

There is a $20 subscription fee per order.

Zone A seats have the best view of the stage and are located in the center of the theater or in prime seats on house right and left. Zone B seats always have an unobstructed view, but are slightly further back or further to the sides. See the Seat Map

Single tickets to Night Side Songs are available to add on to your subscription. After you finish building your subscription to next season, take advantage of your subscriber discount to add general admission tickets to Night Side Songs to your cart.

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Subscribers receive a number of benefits, including: flexible, fee-free exchanges; discounts on additional tickets; and early access to additional tickets and next year’s subscriptions.

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I’m excited our season will invite audiences to experience extraordinary stories—from beloved classics to boundary-breaking new work—that have the power to open our hearts and minds. These productions are being created by a roster of visionary artists. I am personally thrilled to be reuniting with Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui on Romeo and Juliet. Our partnership on Jagged Little Pill was one of the most exhilarating creative collaborations of my life, and I can’t wait to bring Shakespeare’s iconic play to new life on our stage.

Terrie and Bradley Bloom Artistic Director Diane Paulus

Our Season

Romeo and Juliet

A bold new staging
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Diane Paulus
Choreography and Movement Direction by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui
August 31 – October 6, 2024 at the Loeb Drama Center

A.R.T. Terrie and Bradley Bloom Artistic Director and Tony Award-winning director Diane Paulus (Becoming a Man, Jagged Little Pill, Waitress) reunites with two-time Olivier Award winner Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui (Jagged Little Pill; Beyoncé at the 2017 Grammy Awards and APESHIT; Madonna’s Celebration tour) to stage a visceral, heart-pounding new production of Shakespeare’s iconic love story.

Diary of a Tap Dancer

A.R.T. Commission / World Premiere
By Ayodele Casel
Directed by Torya Beard
December 12, 2024 – January 4, 2025 at the Loeb Drama Center

“Ayodele Casel has spent her tap-dancing career not just chasing magic but creating it and sharing it.” – The Boston Globe

Trailblazing tap dancer and choreographer Ayodele Casel (Chasing Magic, Funny Girl, Max Roach 100) returns to the A.R.T. in a new production that interweaves dance, narrative, and song to share the story of her own life and honor the histories and legacies of the extraordinary women tap dancers who came before her. Experience the joy, magic, and liberatory power of tap dance in this world-premiere production commissioned by the A.R.T.

Support for the development of Diary of a Tap Dancer was provided by Leslie and Howard Appleby.

The Odyssey

A.R.T. Commission / World Premiere
By Kate Hamill
Directed by Shana Cooper
Adapted from the epic by Homer
February 9 – March 16, 2025 at the Loeb Drama Center

“A true war story is never moral.” – Tim O’Brien, The Things They Carried

Acclaimed writer and adaptor Kate Hamill (Sense & Sensibility, Vanity Fair, Dracula) turns a contemporary lens on Homer’s Odyssey in this new play that reimagines the stories of both Odysseus and his wife, Penelope, and asks how we can learn to embrace healing and forgiveness in order to end cycles of violence and revenge.

Support for the development of The Odyssey was provided by The Bob and Alison Murchison New Work Development Fund. Additional support is provided by The Robert Brustein Endowment Fund for New Works.

Night Side Songs

A.R.T. Commission / World Premiere
Words and Lyrics by the Lazours
Directed by Taibi Magar
Produced in association with Philadelphia Theatre Company
March 27 – April 13, 2025 at a Cambridge-area venue TBA

“Illness is the night side of life, a more onerous citizenship. Everyone who is born holds dual citizenship in the kingdom of the well and in the kingdom of the sick.” – Susan Sontag

A communal music-theater experience performed for—and with—an intimate audience, Night Side Songs gives voice to doctors, patients, researchers, and caregivers to meld the realms of the well and the sick. This genre-breaking theatrical kaleidoscope by Richard Rodgers Award recipients Daniel Lazour and Patrick Lazour (We Live in Cairo, Flap My Wings) fuses story and song to take us on a journey through illness that brings us closer to life.

Support for the development of Night Side Songs was provided by The Bob and Alison Murchison New Work Development Fund.

To Be Announced

June 5 – 22, 2025 at the Loeb Drama Center

One title at the Loeb Drama Center in summer 2025 is yet to be announced. Add it to your subscription for the best seats at the best prices! Stay tuned—we promise it will be one you won’t want to miss.

A.R.T. in the World

  • Waitress (A.R.T. world premiere August 2015) will be produced in French in Quebec in Summer 2024 and is available to stream on Amazon Prime.
  • We Live in Cairo (A.R.T. world premiere May 2019) will be produced at New York Theatre Workshop in Fall 2024.
  • Life of Pi (A.R.T. North American premiere December 2022) begins its US tour in December 2024.
  • The immersive phenomenon Sleep No More (A.R.T. production October 2009) continues at The McKinnon Hotel in Shanghai and at The McKittrick Hotel in New York City.
  • Notes from the Field (A.R.T. production August 2016) is currently available on HBO.
  • All the Way (A.R.T. production September 2013) is currently available on HBO.