Move the heart

Challenge the Mind

Feast the senses

wanna play?

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.

“…the region’s most experimental and visionary artists.”


The Adventure continues...


The LAB takes to the skies at the Charles Hayden Planetarium!

Follow our crew as they chase the yellow bird into outer space in this all new comedy for adults, adapted from our hit show, Yellow Bird Chase. Join Marco, Ruffles, and Poodge as they battle monsters, robots, aliens, and climate change. This is a wild, multi-media, ride that will leave your mind blown! It’s one small step for comedy; one giant step for… more comedy.

This is part of the Museum of Science’s  Summer Thursday series, and we’re kicking it off. It’s innovative entertainment for adults at night in the Planetarium!


June 7, July 5, and August 2 @ 7:30

Limited Seats – Get Your Tickets ASAP!

Charles Hayden Planetarium

The Museum of Science

1 Science Park


What’s up this season?

Join us for our next coLAB, Irresistible. With over a dozen innovative artists from many disciplines we’ll explore the conflicts tearing apart our nation, in this one-night-only immersive experience. We’re keeping the details close to the chest – follow us to know more!
All year long we’ll be touring Yellow Bird Chase. Catch our maintenance crew as they chase the magical Flattaza over land, sea, and air. We’ll be at venues all around New England. It’s a fun adventure for people of all ages! Catch us July 26-29 in Salem and a special adult version of Yellow Bird in Space at the Planetarium, June 7, July 5, and August 2.
This spring we’ll present a free showing of our newest work-in-progress, Beyond. This new folklore musical, with music by Nathan Leigh, puppets by Faye Dupras, masks, and physical theatre, weaves the stories that create our reality. Share with us your feedback and help guide the creation of this timely world-premiere.  March 29 at the Boston Center for the Arts.

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“Liars & Believers draws once again on
their bulging theatrical tool kit.”


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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