"History has a burning immediacy in Blood on the Snow"
"Electric and alive … pumping with real blood."
Named A Favorite Production of 2016
“Informative, entertaining, and suspenseful.”
“A surefire hit … you are witnessing history unfold literally right in front of you.”
"Stirring ... powerfully alive with the intensity of perilous, life and death decision."
"A powerful melding of past and present, reality and theater."
"Captures this seminal historic event on stage and makes it relevant to today."
"A theatrical piece of living history."
June 1 - August 20, 2017
Experience a dramatic face-to-face encounter with one of the formative events of the American Revolution in the very room where it happened. In the aftermath of the Boston Massacre, the town’s leaders desperately struggle to prevent more bloodshed. Their decision could save a city, or tear apart an empire.
Four unarmed protesters are dead and eight more lie wounded by occupying British troops. Angry citizens crowd the streets and rumor has it that 10,000 men are about to enter Boston to remove the soldiers by force. Acting Governor Thomas Hutchinson must find a way to stem the tide of violence, or face open rebellion. Following last year’s sold-out run, Blood on the Snow returns to Boston’s Old State House, the site where, 250 years ago, Boston’s leaders placed Massachusetts on the road to revolution.
Due to the intimate nature of this production, there will be no late seating. Only 50 seats will be available per performance.
- Due to the intimate nature of this production, there will be no late seating. Only 50 seats will be available per performance.
- Patrons will need to be comfortable walking up a flight of stairs to reach the performance space.
- Food and beverages are not permitted in the Old State House.
- Large bags, umbrellas, baby carriers, hiking packs, and luggage must be stored outside the Council Chamber during the performance.
Find out when more tickets are released and get the latest info about the Bostonian Society and the Old State House Museum.
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Boston Cultural Council, a local agency which is funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, administered by the Mayor's Office of Arts and Culture.
*The Actor appears through the courtesy of Actors' Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.
**Member of United Scenic Artists, Local USA – 829.