Venue Details

155 Star Starred
Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts
Between Berkeley & Clarendon Streets 527 Tremont Street Boston, MA 02116
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Member Tips

Only in the concourse
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Public transportation recommended; Back Bay orange line T stop closest
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Reviews & Ratings

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7 events
6 reviews
8 stars
attended Mar 17 2013

A must see for anyone with middle school children
(it's such a tough age for them and us as parents)
and anyone, to understand the pain, understanding and joy
of... continued

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4 events
4 reviews
2 stars
attended Mar 15 2013

A wonderful production. Quite a large cast. Well acted. Display screens were used very effectively. Poignant and timely story based upon real events. Will leave an impression upon you afterward. Highly recommended.

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Quotes & Highlights

“A work that defines what a children’s theater company ought to be.” —Boston Magazine
“Engrossing, touching, and frequently funny…”  —The Boston Globe


Elliot Norton Nominee – Outstanding New Script 

IRNE Award Nomination – Best New Play 

Boston Children’s Theatre is proud to bring back the critically acclaimed production of Reflections of a Rock Lobster_. Based on the true story of Aaron Fricke, a brave high school student who in 1980 successfully sued his school for the right to bring his boyfriend to the prom, _Reflections of a Rock Lobster is part coming-of-age story, part underdog story, part love story, part courtroom drama- and it’s all true! 

About the Ticket Supplier: Boston Children's Theatre

Now celebrating 59 years of continuous operation, the mission of Boston Children's Theatre has been and continues to be to provide live theatre opportunities for children by children throughout the Greater Boston Area. Boston Children's Theatre believes deeply that the arts, and especially theatre, not only provide a means for self-discovery and individual expression, but also offer a safe, supportive, and productive environment in which young people may gather from across traditional boundaries to learn about themselves, each other, and the world, while engaged in the many creative processes of live theatre. The goal of Boston Children's Theatre is to make live theatre opportunities for and by children affordable, available, and accessible to all.