• The Hunchback of Notre Dame

    Based on the Victor Hugo novel and featuring songs from the Disney animated feature, plus some new songs by Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz about the conflict between inner and

    January 19 - January 29
  • We’re Gonna Die by Young Jean Lee

    A blend of storytelling, stand-up, music, and theater, melding into a sweet and dark song cycle. We may be miserable, but at least we’re not alone.

    January 19 - February 12
  • Proclivities

    A fast-paced look at our proclivities in life and the people we affect along the way in a living-room dramedy featuring a character named Bing.

    January 20 - January 29
  • All’s Well that Ends Well

    This Shakespearean Comedy is the debut venture for a new local troupe. Search EventBright for tix and times.

    January 20 - January 29
  • The Oldest Profession

    As Ronald Reagan enters the White House, five aging practitioners of the oldest profession are faced with a diminishing clientele, increased competition for their niche market, and aching joints. With

    January 26 - February 19

Kim Kinzie

Kim Fogarty Kinzie is a former prosecutor turned writer. After many years arguing in court, Kinzie opted for a kinder, gentler career writing training manuals for cops and lawyers, the most popular being the one and only “Massachusetts Prosecutors Guide: Operating Under the Influence.” Now she is a stay-at-home mom of two young boys and a regular contributor for Motif as of March 2013. She recently published her first novel, Conscious Unparenting™: Our 1970’s Spin on Modern-Day Motherhood, which she co-authored with a childhood friend. Her book seeks to start a parenting movement that’s less kid-centric, more parent friendly. She and her co-author blog about their movement, and all things retro-parenting at