The Hub Theatre Company of Boston
The Hub Theatre Company of Boston is a 501(c)(3) non-profit performing arts organization registered with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the IRS.
1. To cultivate a diverse audience that spans all ages, cultures, races, and socioeconomic levels through Pay-What-You-Can ticketing.
2. To produce entertaining, imaginative, literate, socially aware, emotionally engaging theatre in intimate settings. We believe that an audience can have as equally transportive, moving, and memorable a theatrical experience in a black box theatre with a small cast and small budget as they would in larger equity theatres.
3. To foster the development of emerging and mid-career theatre artists - actors, directors, designers and playwrights - and encourage them to stay in Boston.
4. To provide opportunity for theatre artists of all ethnicities, genders, gender identities, ages and body types.
5. To cultivate an ensemble of the Boston area's best theatre artists.
6. To collaborate with business leaders, performing arts patrons, and local government to spearhead the development of affordable rehearsal and performance spaces for Boston's emerging theatre companies.
John Geoffrion - Artistic Director
Lauren Elias - Managing Director
Daniel Bourque - Associate Artistic Director
Robert Orzalli - Production Associate
John Geoffrion website
Photo by Meg Taintor
John's 20-year career as an actor, director, producer, critic, essayist and playwright is a testament to his passion and commitment to live theatre. He has worked with regional, summer stock, fringe and local theatre up and down the east coast. Boston-area credits include Oscar Wilde in Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde (Best Actor in a play, IRNE & B'way World Boston) and Bernard Nightingale in Arcadia with Bad Habit Productions, and has also appeared with New Repertory Theatre, Stoneham Theatre, Theatre on Fire, Argos Productions, Happy Medium Theatre, and 11:11 Theatre Co. His regional credits include Baltimore's Everyman Theatre, Washington's Folger Theatre and Studio Theatre; his summer stock credits include Acadia Repertory Theatre (Bar Harbor ME), the Peterborough (NH) Players and Lost Nation Theatre (Montpelier VT). His original performance piece BAD HAMLET won Best Experimental Production at the 2009 Capital Fringe Festival. He studied with the legendary actor/teacher Austin Pendleton for two years at HB Studio in New York City. He holds a Master of Fine Arts in Acting from Catholic University of America, and recently served as President of the Small Theatre Alliance of Boston.
Lauren is a 2010 graduate of Brandeis University (BA - Theatre Arts). Her Boston area credits include Juliet in Romeo and Juliet (Best Actress - B'way World Boston) directed by Paula Plum and Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom with Happy Medium Theatre, Heart and Dagger's Polaroid Stories (Ensemble), SpeakEasy Stage's workshop production of The Blue Room (Emma), Boston Actors Theatre's Soul Fight (Executive Assistant/ Ensemble), Amazing Things' The Great American Trailer Park Musical (Lin-EMACT DASH award nominee), Commonwealth Shakespeare's Othello (u/s Emilia), and Brandeis Theatre Co's Love's Labours Lost (Moth) directed by Steve Maler. Regional credits include Connecticut Free Shakespeare, Act 2 Theater and AlphaNYC Theatre Company. Lauren has also worked in theatre as a producer, grant-writer and dog-trainer. When she is not on or around the stage, Lauren can be found working with all things furry, fuzzy and feathery. Lauren is a proud Equity Membership Candidate.