About Heart and Dagger
Heart and Dagger was founded in 2010 to innovate classic plays and stories with elements of modern dance, contemporary house music, and gender-bending. The ensemble also creates or chooses new work focusing on sexual orientation and identity and gender identity and relations. Since that time it has become one of the popular play in Boston’s fringe theatre scene.
Under the artistic direction Joey C. Pelletier, Heart and Dagger has produced 3 Boston premieres, co-produced with two other fringe companies, took 2nd place in Company Ones' Fringe Wars and have garnered three IRNE Nominations. They also contribute the development of new works by New England playwrights each year with their annual “Sex Fest.”
About The Factory Theatre
The Factory Theatre at the Piano Craft Guild remains a popular and affordable choice for fringe theatre companies to produce new and classic work in Boston. It is a 49 seat Black Box Theatre, with high ceilings and beautiful exposed bricks.
Located in Boston’s historic South End, near the intersection of Mass Ave. and Tremont St. The entrance is through the parking lot on Northampton St, between Tremont St. and Columbus Ave.
Boston’s South End is rich with culture and is home to one of the most diverse populations in Boston. The theatre is within a short walking distance of public transportation (the Mass Ave T stop,) and many fine dining establishments.