Liars & Believers creates original live shows with music, movement, mask, puppet, video, clown, live bands, aerialists … pretty much anything we can get our hands on. We tell stories that explore what it means to be human in this world we share. Collaborating with audiences and artists of all kinds, we create theatrical works that invite you to open your heart, challenge your mind, and feast your senses.
We kick off the fall taking Who Would Be King to the Philadelphia Fringe Festival. Join us in Philly September 9-14 at the Arden Theatre.
In the winter we’re partnering with Poets’ Theatre to bring to life the gorgeous text of Beowulf. Gory, epic, monster fun for the holidays. December 1-18 at the Cambridge Multi-Cultural Center.
In March Who Would Be King makes its New York debut. We’re super excited. March 13 – April 2 at Ars Nova!
We’ll welcome May with a brand new show about spring and rebirth. Live music, mask, story, and more. May 4-21 at the Boston Center for the Arts.
We’re committed to making art that’s accessible to everyone, and we’re proud to have UP Designation from the Massachusetts Cultural Council. Thanks to all the many donors who make our work possible, including generous grants from The Massachusetts Cultural Council, The Boston Cultural Council, and The Cambridge Arts Council.
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