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Fall 2013 Season Announced!


From the Pulitzer Prize-winning Rodgers and Hammerstein musical OKLAHOMA! to the Czech comic opera The Cunning Little Vixen, the fall season at The Boston Conservatory features a host of high-quality and affordable performances from students, faculty and guest artists.  

Among the offerings for the fall 2013 season are theatrical classics, including Thornton Wilder’s satiric fantasy The Skin of Our Teeth; Tennessee Williams’ autobiographical Vieux Carré; and the theater-based comedy Noises Off. The Boston Conservatory Dance Division will present From the Ground Up, a performance featuring new works by some of the world's leading contemporary choreographers. In addition to the Opera Department's production of The Cunning Little Vixen, The Boston Conservatory Ensemble-in-Residence, Guerilla Opera, will perform No Exit, a chamber opera by faculty member Andy Vores. Finally, The Boston Conservatory Orchestra will host several performances that feature works from Beethoven, Mozart, Strauss, Schubert and more.

The Boston Conservatory is proud to be the first higher education institution to offer an Autism-Friendly Performance of the hit musical OKLAHOMA!This matinee showing is intended specifically for individuals on the autism spectrum and their families, and is being performed in conjunction with The Boston Conservatory Program for Students on the Autism Spectrum, which is headed by Dr. Rhoda Bernard. More information on this special performance is available at

The Conservatory offers many free performances, as well as ticketed events ranging from $10-$30. Ticketed mainstage performances are $30 for premium seating and $25 for general admission, with $5 discounts for seniors and $10 discounts for students. Orchestra concerts at Sanders Theatre are $15 for general admission and $10 for seniors and students.

Unless free or otherwise noted, tickets are available for purchase beginning September 9 through The Boston Conservatory Box Office: (617) 912-9222 and For the full list of fall performances visit our PERFORMANCES page.

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