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Play Discussion Club

Join us for our SpeakEasy Play Discussion Club, a weekly discussion surrounding some of today’s most exciting scripts!

Producers Events

Scott Edmiston at the Producers' Dinner for SpeakEasy Stage's production of Shakespeare in Love. Photo by Justin Saglio.

Celebrate what makes SpeakEasy so special and share it with friends, old and new! Join SpeakEasy’s Producers, Board of Directors, Board of Advisors, and company members for a performance at The Calderwood Pavilion (527 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02116) followed by …

Meet the Cast of The Sound Inside!

Meet the Cast of The Sound Inside!

THE BOSTON PROJECT: Project Resilience

Introducing the 2021 Boston Project

Project ResilIence Playwrights

Meet the Boston Project: Project Resilience Playwrights!

Meet the Cast: Songs for a New World

Meet the Cast of our Spring Benefit Concert – Songs for a New World!

VIP Opening Night Event FAQ

Information about SpeakEasy’s VIP Opening Night Event – Songs for a New World

Interview: Director Pascale Florestal

Interview with the Director of TJ Loves Sally, Pascale Florestal where we discuss the production process, the We See You White American Theater movement, and her hopes for the landscape of Boston theatre post-pandemic.

Who’s Who: TJ Loves Sally 4 Ever Cast

Meet the cast of TJ Loves Sally 4 Ever!

Paul Daigneault on Our Year of Intermission

What everyone hoped would be just a short intermission has now run a year. It’s been a time for resilience and reinvention, according to SpeakEasy Founder and Producing Artistic Director Paul Daigneault, who shares his thoughts on the challenges of the past twelve months in this exclusive interview.  

Pink Unicorn Resources

The Pink Unicorn explores a lot of complex topics surrounding gender – but an 80-minute performance can only be the beginning of the conversation.

The Land On Which We Work

A land acknowledgement is a formal statement of recognition that we are operating on and benefiting directly from land that rightfully belongs to Indigenous communities, taken without consent.