Science Fiction Theatre Company presents:

The Aurora Project

Written by: Bella Poynton
Directed by: A. Vincent Ularich
Running September 20th - October 5th

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Constantine–an “intelligent design”, indistinguishable from human beings, and Nora, a genetically enhanced female explorer, have embarked on mankind’s final voyage across the uncharted universe. During this voyage, Nora decides to go against Constantine’s wishes and visits a strange new planet. She is quickly infected with an incurable illness on this strange world. In order to delay losing his only friend to grisly death–a concept he refuses to acknowledge–Constantine decides to subject them both to the phenomenon of cryo–freeze. Thus, the pair begins a chemical induced time warp, spanning millions of years as they wait for the universe to get smarter, and a cure to Nora’s illness to be found.

NEW! Click here to see pictures from
The Aurora Project.

Science Fiction Theatre Company presents:

The Aurora Project

Written by: Bella Poynton
Directed by: A. Vincent Ularich
Running September 20th - October 5th

Show Has Closed.
Thank You for Your Support.

Constantine–an “intelligent design”, indistinguishable from human beings, and Nora, a genetically enhanced female explorer, have embarked on mankind’s final voyage across the uncharted universe. During this voyage, Nora decides to go against Constantine’s wishes and visits a strange new planet. She is quickly infected with an incurable illness on this strange world. In order to delay losing his only friend to grisly death–a concept he refuses to acknowledge–Constantine decides to subject them both to the phenomenon of cryo–freeze. Thus, the pair begins a chemical induced time warp, spanning millions of years as they wait for the universe to get smarter, and a cure to Nora’s illness to be found.

NEW! Click here to see pictures from
The Aurora Project.

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About Us

Our Past Productions

This will be Science Fiction Theatre Company’s sixth production, the first of our 3rd season.

Dark Matters followed a woman and her family coping with the idea that she may have been the victim of an alien abduction.

On Ego was the story of routine teleportation gone wrong resulting in two versions of the protagonist. He had to make the ultimate sacrifice to allow his other self to live on.

The Man in the Couch was about a soldier being teleported into a woman’s living room. Only problem is now he’s fused with her couch.

Solace followed the story of a young genius woman who had lost her husband in a space exploration mission. Not willing to accept his death, she builds a spacecraft of her own to find him.

The X-1 Project was part of Boston’s first Outside the Box Festival of 2013. For this show, we wanted to give a taste of Sci-Fi on stage, and produced 3 short stories. The first story, Hallucination Orbit, followed Colin Orde, as we watch him try to discern fantasy from reality. The reason being that he has been stranded on a barren space station for 6 years suffering from Solitosis – a disease that makes Colin hallucinate female companions. Originally a 1950’s radio program.
The second story, Parental Yoga, was an original work. The story followed a young woman who had traveled back in time to meet her Mother-In-Law when she was pregnant with her husband to be. There she hopes to be able to influence her husbands bad habits in the future, and also to be the fist to hold him when he is born.
The final story, The Test, took place in a world where suicide was prescribed, and how this effected a certain Physiologist's patients.

If you haven’t caught on yet we like SciFi. Especially shows that have those make it or break it moments. Like teleporting a person into a couch. In front of the audience. And making it look believable. We’re New England’s only exclusively science fiction theatre company and we’re proud to say it!



Find Us

The Factory Theatre is located in the Piano Factory building at 791 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02118. The entrance to the theatre is in the back, through the resident only parking lot. For a GPS we suggest using the address 285 Northampton St, Boston, Massachusetts 02118, that will bring you right to the parking lot entrance. Public parking is available on the surrounding streets, however it can get busy. Giving some extra time to find a parking spot is advised. There is also a paid parking garage across the street from the theatre entrance. We’ll see you there!