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The Factory Theatre
791 Tremont Street Boston, MA 02118
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4.1 / 5 Rated by 25 members
Review from Cheryl R. Greenwald
22 events 14 reviews

Very intriguing play with great acting. However, they should invest in a couple of fans if they're not going to have AC in August.

reviewed Aug 30 2012 report as inappropriate
Review from Goldstar Member
10 events 6 reviews

The actors were great! The first half was intriguing. The second half dragged. The theater was hot (no a/c, no fans) and the seats were uncomfortable. I was ready to leave once it was over. But the 2 actors did a great job with the material. I...continued

reviewed Aug 30 2012 report as inappropriate
Review from StanfordMike
Red Velvet 187 events 3 reviews

A true hidden jewel! Very inventive and mature re-imagining of the well known Little Red Riding Hood tale. Amazing performances in a unique space!

reviewed Aug 25 2012 report as inappropriate
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Playwright Kevin Kordis recommends, “Find someone to watch the kids for the night and come experience a theatrical event that may alter your childhood memories forever."


Hailing from New Hampshire, New York and Rhode Island, Wax Wings Productions converged in Boston, MA. We were individually compelled by the thriving, innovative and exuberant theatre scene we found in a city as beloved for its sports as renowned for its history and academic institutions.

Working together as actors, we discovered a common penchant for stories about people who fall from a position of power, privilege or ignorance and must rely on their most primal instincts to survive.We agreed that some of the most interesting theatre emerges through daring choices made by actors, directors and designers alike.

Living in a world of rapid change and revolution, we strive to examine ourselves at this core level. What does it mean to be human? We will investigate what happens when we are stripped of everything but our mind, body and soul, what happens to the people around us, and how we all evolve. We dare to make bold choices, to challenge the norm and to truly explore our “Humanity.”

We hope curious audiences come hungry and leave enriched, enlightened and inspired to explore themselves.

Broadway In Boston presents Rodgers & Hammerstein's <em>The King and I</em> Blue Man Group Boston Sunday Evening Jazz Cruise <em>A Wild Affair</em> <em>The Bridges of Madison County</em> <em>Charlotte's Web</em>