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"'The Fever' seeks to break down those unseen walls we all put up around us, to acknowledge that we are all here. Together. Now."
—New York Times

Young and innovative theater artists Abigail Browde and Michael Silverstone, together known as 600 HIGHWAYMEN, present a story about a party, just an ordinary party, and request your participation. It is an invitation to be together, to have faith in each other, and to show each other how warm and healing trust among strangers can be. 


Generously supported by the New England Foundation for the Arts' National Theater Project, with lead funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

I saw The Fever in New York and was fascinated by the way it probes American feelings toward collective action and identity. It draws us in to experience, in an embodied way, the lines between our individual wills, our instincts to play and participate, and the ways we form groups or resist. At a time when we feel most divided as a nation, this performance brings us back to the basics of finding common purpose and acting together.


—Ryan Davis, Associate Director of Engagement and Public Programs