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Life of Pi

Winner of five 2022 Olivier Awards including Best New Play, this highly imaginative theatrical adaptation brings one of the most beloved works of fiction to the stage to tell its epic story of endurance and hope.

  • Dec 6 - Jan 29, 2023
  • Loeb Drama Center
Two groups of a people stand in lines with their arms in different gestures, while another stands in the middle with her firsts raised.

A collage of scenes and monologues about how storytelling helps us to cope and survive, written and presented by a group of students/actors from around the world.

  • Dec 9 5:30PM ET
  • The Ex
Diane Paulus and Bryan Cranston

Academy Award nominee and Emmy, Tony, and Olivier Award winner Bryan Cranston (All the Way) discusses the role theater, from A.R.T. to Broadway and beyond, plays in his life with Diane Paulus.

  • On Demand thru DEC 9
  • Virtual Event
A student with braids falling out of a hoodie speaks while another looks on, in a room of people sitting at tables.

Before a performance of Life of Pi, reflect on how storytelling helps us to cope and survive in this experience designed for high school students by high school students.

  • Jan 13 - Jan 21, 2023
Woman in red dress sits atop a bar laughing with a scotch glass in hand.

Critically acclaimed and multi award-winning best-selling author Zadie Smith transforms an excerpt from Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales into the unbelievable—and unforgettable.

  • Feb 25 - Mar 18, 2023
  • Loeb Drama Center
2023 A.R.T. Gala Honoring Harvard University President Lawrence S. Bacow & Adele Fleet Bacow

Join us as we celebrate President Lawrence S. Bacow and Adele Fleet Bacow and their inspiring impact on the arts at Harvard and beyond.

  • MAY 8 6PM
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A groundbreaking revival of the Tony Award-winning rock opera that follows the adored and reviled Eva Perón’s meteoric rise to first lady of Argentina before her death at 33.

  • May 14 - Jul 16, 2023
  • Loeb Drama Center