Just Watched: Discussing the Closing of the Factory Theatre


If you follow the Boston fringe theatre community, you no doubt have heard about the unexpected closing of the Factory Theatre, a brick-walled black box located at the Piano Factory on Tremont St. I’ve seen shows there since way before I was writing about theatre, and was even lucky enough to perform there myself with The Calliope Project’s production of Neil Simon’s Plaza Suite back in 2013.

If you haven’t seen it, check out the video below, a BNN news interview with Fresh Ink Theatre Company’s Artistic Director Louise Hamill and Happy Medium Theatre Company’s Artistic Director Mikey DiLoreto, on the implications of a Boston without the Factory:

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