The cast of the award-winning All is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914. Photo by Nile Scott Studios.

Elliot Norton Awards:

  • 2023 Outstanding Solo Performance — Paul Melendy, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
  • 2023 Outstanding Musical Production — Ain’t Misbehavin’
  • 2023 Outstanding Featured Performance in a Musical — Anthony Pires, Jr., Ain’t Misbehavin’
  • 2023 Outstanding Musical Direction — David Freeman Coleman and Dan Rodriguez, Ain’t Misbehavin’
  • 2022 Outstanding Musical Production — All is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914
  • 2020 Outstanding Choreography – Ilyse Robbins, Swan Lake in Blue
  • 2014 Outstanding Director of a Musical — Ilyse Robbins, Thoroughly Modern Millie
  • 2008 Outstanding Actress, Small/Midsize Company — Rachel Harker, The Cutting

IRNE (Independent Reviewers of New England) Awards:

  • 2018   Best Choreography, Small Theatre — Ilyse Robbins, Dames at Sea
  • 2018   Best Actor in a Midsize Play, Small Theatre — Thomas Derrah, Gabriel
  • 2018   Best Supporting Actor in a Musical, Small Theatre — Jared Troilo, She Loves Me
  • 2018   Best Director of a Musical, Small Theatre — Ilyse Robbins, She Loves Me
  • 2018   Promising Young Performer, Small Theatre — Marissa Simeqi, Gabriel
  • 2016   Best Choreography, Small Theatre — Ilyse Robbins, How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
  • 2012   Best Choreography, Small Theatre — Ilyse Robbins, 42nd Street
  • 2010   Best Costumes, Small Theatre — Stacey Stephens, My Fair Lady
  • 2009   Best Sound Design, Small Theatre — Nathan Leigh, Strangers on a Train
  • 2007   Best Visiting Production, Small Theatre — George M. Cohan Tonight
  • 2005   Best Actress in a Musical, Small Theatre — Leigh Barrett, Pal Joey
  • 2004   Best Actor in a Play, Small Theatre — Neil A. Casey, The Dazzle

New England Theatre Conference (NETC) Award:
2014   Regional Award Recipient for Excellence in Theatre

North Shore Magazine:
2015   Best of the North Shore (BONS),
            Editor’s Choice for Live Theatre Venue

Boston Business Journal:
Named Greater Boston Stage Company one of the top 5 largest performing arts organizations
(based on annual attendance) in the Boston area in their 2 most recent surveys.

Boston Parent’s Paper:
2014 and 2015   Family Favorite Top 5 for Live Theatre