"Oh then I see Queen Mab hath been with you..."


Friday February 21 at 7:30 p.m.

Satruday February 22 at 7:30 p.m.

Arts at the Armory

191 Highland Avenue

Somerville MA 02143

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Two-time Elliot Norton Award winner Benjamin Evett brings Shakespeare’s beloved comedy to life with mind-blowing originality. Playing fourteen characters, using only a few hand props, he vaults from fairy to lover, from male to female, powerful king to humble citizen, with the zest, comic timing, and attention to Shakepeare’s glorious verse that Boston audiences have come to expect of him. Hilarious, beautiful, enchanting and awe-inspiring, this Dream will leave you gasping, laughing, and cheering for more.

A perfect holiday event for the whole family. Escape the Midwinter Blues and visit this Magical Midsummer!

Live music composed and performed by Jay Mobley. Directed by Jess Ernst.

Upcoming Performances:

NewBridge on the Charles in Dedham - Feb. 25th 2019 at 7:30

The Fay School in Southborough - Mar. 5 at 8:30 a.m.

The W Gallery at Arts Wayland - Mar. 7 at 7:00 p.m.


It's theatre that matters to communities, big and small. 

"She comes in shape no bigger than an agate stone on the forefinger of an alderman..."


We strip Shakespeare and other great dramas down to the purest essence, creating fully professional productions that use only one to three actors.

This approach allows us to bring innovative theatre to people where they live and work. We perform:

  • for students in schools

  • for neighborhoods, in intimate settings such as libraries and community centers

  • for people who have challenges moving about, such as folks in hospital wards and assisted living facilities.

  • for neuro-diverse people for whom bright lights, loud music and crowds prevent their enjoyment of great drama.

  • for people in the deaf community and people with physical disabilities


And, yes, we even perform in traditional theaters as well!


Queen Mab productions are affordable, portable, and truly celebrate the actor’s craft. 


Sometimes a show like "The Juke" comes along that is so exciting, so relevant, that speaks to the principles of community, neighborhood and family that we believe in. We just have to do it. Once we make it, we can shrink it, and send it out into the world.