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Sing Street

August 26 - October 9, 2022

The joyous new musical that lifts you up.

Book by Enda Walsh
Music and lyrics by Gary Clark and John Carney
Based on the motion picture written and directed by John Carney
Directed by Rebecca Taichman
Choreography by Sonya Tayeh
Caldewood Pavilion/BCA, 527 Tremont St.


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Content advisory: Please note this production contains strobe lights, haze and the smoking of cocoa shell cigarettes. Please click here for a content advisory that addresses thematic elements.


Approximate run time: Two hours and 20 minutes with one intermission.


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Show Synopsis:

It’s Dublin, 1982. Sixteen-year old Conor tries to impress a mysterious girl, Raphina, by asking her to star in a music video for his band. If only he had a band. Teaming up with a group of schoolmates, Conor and Raphina use music to bring them together, escape their troubles at home, and carve out a place in their struggling community. With a score that embraces the new wave sounds of the 80s, Sing Street is an ode to the thrill of young love and a celebration of the power of music to lift us up.

Behind the Scenes

“Exuberant! Rollicking! Packs a visceral punch.” – The Boston Globe

“Extraordinary! A show where hope is alive and infectious. I woke up thinking about it. Really, really beautiful.” – Jared Bowen, GBH

“A top-notch cast. Bursting with the buoyancy of youth.” – WBUR

“Transcendent theatre! Cathartic and joyous.” – Theatrely 

Masked Matinees & Masks-Encouraged Evenings

In recognition of fluctuating trends in COVID transmission and varying levels of comfort among our patrons, The Huntington is continuing to offer two different masking experiences for The Art of Burning.

“Masked Matinees” – Masks are required inside the theater unless actively eating/drinking concessions. Masks remain optional in the restrooms and lobbies.
Matinees were chosen in order to offer multiple masked-experiences per week, some weekdays and some weekends.

Masks-Encouraged Evenings – Masks are encouraged but not required.

Anyone who feels uncomfortable can ask the House Manager about alternative options which may include:
• a better quality mask
• a new seat further distanced from other patrons
• re-scheduling for a different performance, such as a “masked matinee”
• a shift to the at-home Digital Streaming option.

Any patron interested in attending a different performance will be able to exchange their tickets by contacting our ticketing services staff.



Tickets for most Huntington productions through June 2023 come with digital insurance, and any ticketholders who would rather not see a performance in person for any reason can easily exchange their in-person tickets for a home viewing opportunity of a specially recorded version of the play, if available. Digital Insurance is currently available for The Art of Burning, K-I-S-S-I-N-G and Joy & Pandemic.

These COVID policies will be in place through February 13, 2023, and we will continue to evaluate and update these policies as the situation evolves. For the most up-to-date information on our health and safety policies and season shows, please visit this page. If you have any questions, please email

The Huntington @ Calderwood/BCA, 527 Tremont St

The Calderwood Pavilion contains the Wimberly Theatre, the Roberts Studio Theatre, the Carol G. Deane Hall, and the Nicholas Martin Hall. You should navigate to the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA if you are seeing a show in any of those aforementioned spaces.

Directions and parking for the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA

Google Maps directions to 527 Tremont St, Boston MA 02116

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Cast & Creatives

Enda Walsh


Gary Clark

Music and Lyrics

John Carney

Music and Lyrics

Rebecca Taichman


Adam Bregman


Billy Carter


Courtnee Carter


Jack DiFalco


Donal Finn


Anthony Genovesi


Michael Lepore


Diego Lucano


Elijah Lyons


Alexa Xioufaridou Moster


Anne L. Nathan


Gian Perez


Dee Roscioli


Armand Schultz

Brother Baxter

Ben Wang


Leigh Barrett


Nael Nacer


Matthew Pantanella


Ale Philippides


Virginia Vogel


Bob Crowley

Set Design

Lisa Zinni

Costume Designer

Natasha Katz

Lighting Design

Peter Hylenski

Sound Design

Luke Halls

Co-Video Design

Brad Peterson

Video Design

Tommy Kurzman

Wig/Hair & Makeup Design

Peter Gordeno

Music Supervisor

Kris Kukul

Music Supervision

Fred Lassen

Music Director

Tara Rubin Casting

Karyn Meek

Production Stage Manager

Amanda Spooner

Stage Manager

Mark A. Stys

Stage Manager

Actor's Equity Associaton


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