Artists’ Theater of Boston is a theater company dedicated to artistic collaboration in the production of low-cost, accessible theater that critically deconstructs and recreates influential work.

ATB strives to produce work that challenges the systemic injustices that face our surrounding communities, using collaboration as a tool to acknowledge and deepen our understanding of intersectionality.

If you would like to help us in our work, please consider contributing via Paypal by clicking the Contribute button below. If you're able, consider making a recurring monthly donation to support ATB. Even a $5 donation each month (one less fancy coffee) goes a long way towards helping us with the costs of productions. Note that we are not yet a 501(c)(3) non-profit, so donations are not tax-deductible.


What’s Next:

Drunk Enough To Say I Love You? [remounted]

After a successful run as part of ATB x Aeronaut, ATB is excited to remount this one-of-a-kind production of Caryl Churchill's DETSILY? at Brandeis University. Thursday February 4th at 7:30 pm and Friday and Saturday February 5th-6th at 8 pm @ Brandeis University's Merrick Theater (part of the Spingold Theater Center).

Voices: Youth Night

Monologues, poetry, and new work from the next generation artists in Boston. March 12th, 6:30 pm @ The Democracy Center (45 Mt. Auburn St., Cambridge).


Stage the Issues

Artists’ Theater of Boston strives to stage issues that are important to the community. We have discussions with interested members of the community to talk about works to perform.

Stage the Issues

Artists’ Theater of Boston strives to stage issues that are important to the community. We have discussions with interested members of the community to talk about works to perform.


Our Collaborators

We’re grateful to the many artists who have contributed their talents, time, and energy to Artists’ Theater of Boston.

Our Collaborators

We’re grateful to the many artists who have contributed their talents, time, and energy to Artists’ Theater of Boston.


Theater and the Community

Our partners in the community include organizations like sprout and The Network/La Red.

Theater and the Community

Our partners in the community include organizations like sprout and The Network/La Red.


Get in touch!

Are you an artist that wants to collaborate with us? Interested in seeing an issue portrayed on stage? Have an idea about engaging with the community? We’d love to talk to you.

Contact Us!