2 Arrow Street, Cambridge MA, 02138
OBERON is the second stage of the A.R.T., a destination for theater and nightlife on the fringe of Harvard Square.
In addition to offering work from the A.R.T’s main season, OBERON is also a thriving incubator for emerging artists to imagine new projects that could only exist in this exciting club theater environment. Hundreds of artists and performance groups brought work to the space each year. OBERON regularly features local performers including aerialists, beat poets, food artists, tap dancers, gender-bending sketch troupes, comedians, hula-hooping burlesquers, and pop-and-lock human statues to name but a few.
Accessibility at OBERON
OBERON is fully wheelchair accessible via the main entrance on Massachusetts Avenue and there is a ramp from Mount Auburn St. to the Massachusetts Ave. entrance.
Restrooms: All-gender wheelchair-accessible bathrooms are located to the right at the end of the hall in the front lobby (ushers or Ticket Services personnel will direct you).
OBERON welcomes inquiries from artists wishing to bring and develop their work in our unique club theater space.
Concessions & Refreshments
No outside food or beverages will be allowed into the theater. There is a full bar in the performance space at OBERON.
OBERON is 18+ to enter, 21+ to drink and will only accept the following forms of identification as proof of age:
- Valid US Driver’s License
- Valid US Liquor Identification Card
- Valid Passport issued by the US or a US recognized country
- Valid US military ID card
OBERON - American Repertory Theater, 2 Arrow Street, Cambridge, MA, USA
Please be advised that OBERON (a venue of American Repertory Theater) reserves the right to refuse admission or remove a patron for any behavior the staff identifies as having the potential to cause damage, injury, or disturbance to the venue, its patrons, artists, and staff, or for failure to comply with staff requests. OBERON reserves the right to refuse the sale of alcohol to anyone at any time. Underage drinking will not be tolerated. Alcohol will not be served to anyone already intoxicated. Intoxicated patrons will be denied entry into the venue, and public intoxication is grounds for ejection from the venue without refund. Tickets will not be refunded to any patron ejected from the venue.