Reviews of Loeb Drama Center (Movie Theater)

Loeb Drama Center, 64 Brattle St, Cambridge, MA 02138, United States Located in: Harvard University

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At present the business receives a score of 4.6 out of 5 and that rating has been calculated on 41 reviews.

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REVIEWS OF Loeb Drama Center IN Massachusetts

Michele Rocray

The theater is beautiful and we really enjoyed the performance, Jagged Little Pill. There is no bad seat in the house and we were nearly in the last row. The staff is very friendly and helpful. I was taken by surprise with the gender neutral restrooms since I didn't read the sign and just followed women in. Honestly, I felt uncomfortable sharing the restroom with men. Thank you for asking me for feedback.

Will Shepard

As a performer who worked alongside A.R.T. staff members and after years of seeing great production after production, the American Repertory Theater is New England's best.

Joelle Epstein

Lev Agranovich, EA MSA CFC PA CDFA

Ana Guigui

Timmer Steele

Mary-Jo Good

Katy Gero

High quality theatre, always thought provoking with amazing sets.

Clint Haris

great local theater. good introduction for the kids into the arts scene

Andrew Lewman

angie hawks

I’m a bus driver that brought down a bus load of kids to watch the show at your theater. I parked my bus within a 100 feet from the entrance. I went in to use your restroom and was told it wasn’t open to the public”. So I asked the woman, “when the show starts and my group is in the building can I use the restroom. I was told, “ it was for patrons only.” Are you serious. I brought a group of kids on a bus to the theater and I’m not even considered a patron. I would of loved to see the show, but I’m obligated to keep an eye on the bus, and I park near where I’m at to be close to a bathroom. I heard the show was excellent considering I deal and see this situation everyday.

Madeleine Biondolillo

Saw The Black Clown on 9/9/18. Life-changing theatre experience. I wish everyone in New England could see this incredible play. Thanks cast and crew and ART for making this show possible.

Sophia C

Quality performances! Make sure to go to one! They are excellent!!

Sarah Murphy

Mary Church

Ward Wrzenski

Great Theatre, fabulous location, usually great shows, 1984 was a bit disturbing.

Brian O'Hara

Jessica Bennett

Gabriella Taylor

My girlfriend, brother and I went to see your Donkey Show this past Saturday, October 7. We thought we were going to see a play, imagine our surprise when we walked in to a club-like scene with glitterboys and a dj blasting dance music (guilty of not reading the show's description). We quickly adjusted to the environment, grabbed drinks and joined the throbbing crowd. We were having a great time as the interpretative Midsummer's Night Dream began to play out around us. Up until the "donkey" came out. We watched in disgust as the ass's face and hand/arm expressions mocked those of a stereotypical mentally challenged person. Aghast, we looked on as the actor (seemingly) unabashedly, even pridefully, repeated the mannerisms multiple before we quickly left the show. Mocking others is not a form of entertainment. There is absolutely no excuse for ableism, as a venue and show who seeks to be inclusive (very supportive environment for LGBT+), you should take immediate action to rectify the situation. Edit (for clarification): When I say "rectify," I'm speaking of changing the part of the show where you mock people with disabilities

Beijia Zhang

They have some really high quality performances that are Broadway bound. In recent years I saw Finding Neverland (awesome) and Waitress (meh although it had bright spots) for a fraction of the price of the Broadway tickets even though the cast was largely the same. The Great Comet was also very clever and fun.

James Doyle

The A.R.T. is an award-winning theater and the most prominent in the greater Boston area for its plays. As it is housed on the campus of Harvard University and as it cooperates with the university on projects, the scope of the program is diverse and of a high caliber. The A.R.T. is a not-for-profit organization, so tickets are accessible to larger community, unlike Broadway. Despite this, the theater does bring in some "big names" and is in some ways a testing ground for Broadway. An adaption of _Porgy and Bess_ debuted here in 2011 before opening on Broadway in 2012, for example. In summary, it is a treasure for the community and we are fortunate to have it in our midst.

Bobby Kennedy

John Strauss

Traditionally it's been a great place over the 25 years I've been coming here. Now it is slowly becoming a venue for pre-Broadway. Not saying that's bad. Just different.

Peter McCullagh

Great theater with tons of places to get food and drinks nearby.

LadyLee Mega

Lisa Frantzis

László Sándor

Sam Feldman

Khrista Crystal

Jim Bowley

sean guerin

unbelievable prodution of warholcapote dan butler is fantastic best theater in town

diane wincek

One star. 'The Crossing' left me wondering how I could be so out of sync with the critics who rated this play highly. I recall leaving a movie theater only once, and this is the first play I have ever seem that I literally found physically and emotionally painful to sit through due to its utterly inane and annoying premise. The singing gave me a migraine. This play is a joke. It has absolutely no redeeming qualities. I feel scammed at the price I paid to see this rubbish.

Damian Torres-Botello, SJ

Neil Martin

Katerina Ivkova

Miguel Bennasar

Ashley Dos Santos

A great venue, I saw Finding Neverland here when it was in previews. The quality of the show was at Broadway theater level and the price was still at local theater prices - $25 for an unblocked seat. They also had a play with Brian Cranston start out here - the ART theater seems like the hot spot for pre-broadway shows. I'm definitely going to keep a closer eye on their shows in the future.

Svetlana Egorova


Saw a college performance of Shakespeare here, which was cheap, entertaining, and memorable.

Chris Austin

Kim Anton Myatt

Excellence defined.


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