Dates & Times

Longtime partners, Steven and Stephen, are raising a son conceived with a surrogate while chafing at the confines of domesticity. A casual case of sexting sets off a series of questions and recriminations between the couple and their circle of friends. A surprisingly serious comedy by playwright Mark Gerrard in which no event is so grave or so trivial that it cannot be annotated with a musical comedy reference. You don’t have to be gay to identify with the married couples in Steve. The play holds up a clear but compassionate mirror to anyone who’s been part of a post-passion long-term relationship and started to question what now?

Steve performances are March 2 through March 23 at the Plaza Black Box Theater at the Boston Center for the Arts.


Zeitgeist Stage received 11 IRNE Nominations - a record for the company:

Best Ensemble – Small Stage
Exit Strategy – Zeitgeist Stage

Best Supporting Actress–Play–Fringe
Maureen Adduci–Exit Strategy–Zeitgeist Stage

Best Supporting Actor–Play–Fringe
David Anderson–Faceless–Zeitgeist Stage
Robert Bonotto – Exit Strategy – Zeitgeist Stage

Best Actress–Play–Fringe
Ashley Risteen–Faceless–Zeitgeist Stage Company

Best Actor–Play–Fringe
Sam Terry –Desire– Zeitgeist Stage
Matthew Fagerberg – Exit Strategy – Zeitgeist Stage

Best Director–Play–Fringe
David Miller–Faceless–Zeitgeist Stage

Faceless–Zeitgeist Stage
Exit Strategy – Zeitgeist Stage

Promising Young Performer
Jalani Dutton Koye – Exit Strategy – Zeitgeist Stage


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