Page to Stage

Go even deeper into the world of the play with PAGE TO STAGE! Over five sessions, participants will learn about all aspects of theatrical producing, including story approach, the collaborative design process, character development between actor and director, incorporation of technical elements, and effectively connecting with audiences.

With Adrienne Boris and other New Rep teaching artists, including Artistic Director Jim Petosa, participants will expand their understanding of the artistry involved in each element of the creative process, leading up to a successful opening night.

To learn more about PAGE TO STAGE or to register, call the box office at 617-923-8487.

Fall Session – We Will Not Be Silent

Five Week Course – OCT 4 – NOV 1/2018
Tuesday afternoons from 2-3:30pm
New Repertory Theatre Administrative Office
400 Talcott Ave. Building 131/2nd Floor

How is a written script transformed into a polished, three-dimensional theatrical experience? Join us for PAGE TO STAGE and explore every element of the production process from an insider’s perspective. Each week we will delve deeply into a different aspect of producing a New Repertory Theatre play, and will attend a performance of the play studied. This class will be led by director and former New Rep Producer-in-Residence *Adrienne Boris, and will feature special guests involved in New Rep’s production of WE WILL NOT BE SILENT.

Participants will receive 1 complimentary ticket to the production and 1 discounted ticket for a guest.

Special offer to Watertown Seniors: Marshall Home Fund is offering a free Page to Stage class for Watertown seniors.

New Repertory Theatre’s Page to Stage with Bridget Kathleen O’Leary
Thursdays from 10-11:30 at the Watertown Senior Center
October 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th 

Thursday November 1st at 7:30pm – The Mind of a Director:  How to think about, talk about and approach theatrical text as a director. (Students will receive 1 complementary ticket to the production at the Mosesian Center for the Arts)

Students who are interested in taking the class should email

In addition to the conversations we will be having in class, New Rep offers complimentary Insider Experiences to the public.  These events are meant to deepen your engagement with our productions, but also to help you get to know us a little better too.  For our productions we welcome guests to join us for the First Rehearsal which typically happens on Tuesdays in the early evenings. We also host a Sneak Peek into the rehearsal process on the last Wednesday evenings of the rehearsal process which begins at 6:30pm.

*Adrienne Boris is a director, producer, and teacher who has worked with New Repertory Theatre in a variety of capacities over the past decade. Most recently, she served as National New Play Producer-in-Residence for the 2015-2016 season and as assistant director on Austin Pendleton’s production of FIDDLER ON THE ROOF. She received her MFA in Directing from Boston University where she has also served as Lecturer in Acting & Performance. She has also taught a section of Page to Stage with the Boston University Evergreen Lifelong Learners Institute, and co-taught three sections at New Repertory Theatre. As a director of theater and opera, her work has been seen throughout New England and the New York area. She recently staged the world premiere of DIVAS: A New Play with Opera Music by Laura Neill at the Boston Center for the Arts and her production of OR, by Liz Duffy Adams, was nominated for three Elliot Norton Awards including Outstanding Fringe Production. She frequently coaches actors and singers on dramatic interpretation and audition technique. For more information, visit

Featured Photo: Joel Colodner and Paul Melendy in REGULAR SINGING. Photo by Andrew Brilliant / Brilliant Pictures.