Past Productions

Domestic Explorations

Although we are unable to experience theatre in person together for the time being, Entropy Theatre remains committed to producing bold theatrical experiences that entertain and meaningfully engage its audiences on a cerebral and emotional level. In service of this mission, we invite you and those you may be quarantined with to participate in our newest project, Domestic Explorations, a semiweekly series of recipes for creating meaningful experiences for yourself to have inside your home. We hope these experiences will inspire you to connect to yourself, your environment, and a community of fellow explorers.

Please note, we are no longer adding more explorations, but you can still join the Facebook group here or visit our archive here to find our old ones.

A collage of images including text from a book, a map, and an overhead view of a river system.

Winter Cabaret Series

Performed in partnership with Firehouse Center for the Arts
A poster from the Cult Classic Cabaret showing a drawing of a keyboard with song titles on the keys.
A poster from the Sondheim Cabaret showing the sea with two champagne glasses in front of it.

The poster for The Moors, showing a black and white photograph of an old lady with blood splattered on it.

The Moors

By Jen Silverman

Two sisters and a mastiff live on the stark and desolate moors, yearning for love, power, and visibility. The arrival of an unsuspecting governess and an excitable, yet practical moor-hen set the three of them on a strange and dangerous path. Lies are revealed, loyalties are tested, and limits are pushed to the edge in the Boston premiere of this dark contemporary comedy inspired by the lives and works of the Bronte sisters.

November 2019
BCA Plaza Black Box Theatre

Photos from The Moors

A scene from The Moors showing a man dressed as a dog standing next to a desk and a woman dressed as a bird nesting on top of the desk.
A scene from The Moors showing a woman sitting on a desk, using a candlestick as if it were a microphone.
A scene from The Moors showing a woman in a red dress and splattered with blood standing at a microphone.
A scene from The Moors showing two women sitting on a desk, with the one on the right resting her head in the one on the left's lap.
A scene from The Moors showing a woman on the ground in front of a desk with another woman standing over her, holding a book.
A scene from The Moors that shows two women speaking very closely in front of a desk.

Photo credit: Sam Fishkind

The poster for The Rocky Horror Show, showing a large pair of legs in fishnet stockings and red heals, and the silhouette of a couple standing under the legs.

The Rocky Horror Show

Music, lyrics, and book by Richard O'Brien

Based on the movie of the same name, this musical tells the tale of sweethearts Brad and Janet, stuck with a flat tire during a storm, discover the eerie mansion of Dr. Frank-N-Furter, an alien scientist. As their innocence is lost, Brad and Janet meet a houseful of wild characters, including a rocking biker and a creepy butler. Through elaborate dances and rock songs, Frank-N-Furter unveils his latest creation: a muscular man named “Rocky.”

That self-described “sweet transvestite” and his motley crew did the Time Warp on Broadway in a 25th-anniversary revival. Complete with sass from the audience, cascading toilet paper, and an array of other audience participation props, this deliberately kitschy rock ‘n’ roll sci-fi gothic musical is more fun than ever.

July and August 2019
Portsmouth, Dover, Newburyport, and Boston

Photos from The Rocky Horror Show

A scene from The Rocky Horror Show, showing a woman dressed as an usher, holding a tray of popcorn.
A scene from The Rocky Horror Show, showing a fit man naked except for gold shorts, and several alien-humans looking at him.
A scene from The Rocky Horror Show, showing an alien-human wearing a wedding veil and holding flowers, with several other alien-humans surrounding them.
A scene from The Rocky Horror Show, showing a man in gold shorts standing and holding a woman in a white underwear set and white heals.
A scene from The Rocky Horror Show, showing two alien-humans saluting their alien-human leader, who is not pictured.

Photo credit: Kayleigh Kane

The poster for a grimm thing, showing a girl sitting in the middle of a path in the foreground and a house in the background.

a grimm thing

This queer epic centers around an outcasted Gretel and her journey from stock fairy tale character to woke badass capable of writing her own story, thank you very much. In an intimate evening hosted by Gretel's self-appointed guardian, a witch called Frau Trude, expect to be fed a genderbent collage of devised tales using everyday objects that's sure to satiate even the pickiest of eaters. Together we journey from familiar places inhabited by needy frog princes and childhood disobedience to unfamiliar places with fur disguises, a fat-sipping cat, and a sausage that cooks (seriously).

March 2019
The Calderwood Pavilion at BCA South End Campus, Martin Hall

Photos from a grimm thing

A photo from a grimm thing with two people standing over a book laying on the floor between them, and several other people seated in chairs behind them.
A scene from a grimm thing that shows a witch bringing a bowl to a table where five other people are sitting.
A scene from a grimm thing that shows a blonde woman standing center stage in front of a small ladder, with two men sitting behind her in chairs.
A scene from a grimm thing showing two people sitting under a blanket on the ground.
A scene from a grimm thing showing four people facing the camera, in various stages of kneeling and standing, with their hands out like claws.
A graphic that says a grimm thing in white letters with a light pink background, and then a swamp with trees behind it.

Photo credit: Jess Pfohl