Current Season

SPRING 2020 Shows

Overlooked Latinas  Written and performed by Tina D'Elia


Award-winning one-woman show: a live telenovela celebrating queer culture, friendship and Latinx history.   

Co-sponsored by CLCE, The Spanish Department, and the Office of Intercultural Education and the Latinx Advisor's Office.

Reserve tickets HERE



Silent Sky by Lauren Gunderson, directed by Marta Rainer


The true story of 19th-century astronomer Henrietta Leavitt explores a women's place in society during a time of immense scientific discoveries, when women's ideas were dismissed until men claimed credit for them. Social progress, like scientific progress, can be hard to see when one is trapped among earthly complications; Henrietta Leavitt and her female peers believe in both, and their dedication changed the way we understand both the heavens and Earth.   


$15 General Admission, $10 for Seniors, Students, Staff/Faculty | FREE to BOW, MIT students

To purchase Silent Sky tickets online go here.

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2019 Highlights: Broad Comedy Oct. 20th @ 7pm in the Ruth Nagel Jones Theatre

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If you have any questions please call 781-283-2000.

This feminist musical comedy is presented by the collective of award-winning performer/writer/directors who make up this company, founded and led by comedian Katie Goodman.

Since Broad Comedy first performed at Wellesley College more than a decade ago, the group has had an off-Broadway residency at SoHo Playhouse; appeared at 54 Below, Joe’s Pub, Caroline’s on Broadway; been named a “Top Ten Comedy Pick” at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland; and headlined fundraisers for Planned Parenthood, the ACLU, LGBTQ+ orgs, Democratic fundraisers, and women’s health organizations.

Katie Goodman—company director, author, keynote speaker, podcaster, improviser, HuffPo front-pager, and O, The Oprah Magazine contributor—was founder and director of the National Women’s Theatre Festival in Los Angeles and artistic director of the Philadelphia Women’s Theatre. It’s high time we have the group back to enjoy the fruits of their recent labor and the development of their feminist humor!

Wellesley Repertory Theatre proudly Presents: boom

by Peter Sinn Nachtrieb, directed by Marta Rainer

January 16 - February 9, 2020

Ruth Nagel Jones Theatre 

Evenings @ 7pm on Thursday, Friday, Saturday

Matinees @ 2pm on Saturday & Sunday

"Sex to Change the Course of the World" - a grad student's online personal ad lures a mysterious journalism student to his subterranean research lab under the pretense of an evening of "no strings attached" sex. But when a major global catastrophic event strikes the planet, their date takes on evolutionary significance and the fate of humanity hangs in the balance. Will they survive? What about the fish in the tank? And who is that woman pulling levers and playing the timpani? An epic and intimate comedy that spans over billions of years, boom explores the influences of fate versus randomness in the course of one's life, and life as we know it on the planet.

"From pants-around-the-ankles comedy to hipster Twilight Zone takeoff...boom is imaginative and easy to like." -The New Yorker

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General Admission $20 | Seniors & Students $10 | Pay What You Will Thursdays!

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2019 Highlights: The Actors From The London Stage

Twelfth Night October 3th, 4th, & 5th @ 7pm in the Diana Chapman Walsh Auditorium

The Actors From The London Stage bring Twelfth Night to life through the highest quality of Shakespearean performance. The Actors From The London Stage are acclaimed for their talent, dexterity with language, and generosity of spirit.

It's FREE | Open to the public | No reservations are necessary

For questions please contact: 781-283-2000

Generously supported by: 

the Committee on Lectures and Cultural Events, under the auspices of the Frye/Martinson Fund, the Marjorie Copland Baum Fund, the Harman Cain Family Foundation, the Ruth Nagel Jones Fund, the Theatre Studies Program and the English Department.