We Have Great Partners
The Gallery at Villageworks, West Acton
Many Fugitive Productions’ events take place in The Gallery at Villageworks. Located 20 miles west of Boston and Cambridge in West Acton Village, Villageworks is a growing community of independent retail, dining, wellness, learning, nonprofit, and professional businesses. It is organized around public lawns and courtyards, shared meeting spaces, and The Gallery, an intimate solar-powered event venue. It is served by on-street, off-street, and covered garage parking (view parking map) and has ADA elevator access. There’s plenty of bike parking for those who prefer to pedal. In the words of its creator and master planner, Villageworks “is a place to generate ideas, relationships, and energy!” True West Brewery and Acton Coffeehouse are both located in the building. True West provides the bar to many of our events and offers 15% off food in the Brewery on Fugitive Stories event nights to patrons who order tickets online. And Acton Coffeehouse provide beverages and snacks for our Fugitive Stories events.
Orange Door Kitchen, West Acton
Orange Door Kitchen, located in West Acton Village, around the corner from Villageworks, is a food-focused multi-use space designed to foster community, extend hospitality and promote sustainability. The space is beautifully designed — it feels more like a large, open living room/kitchen than a commercial venue. ODK rents licensed commercial kitchen space, co-working space, a camera-and-class-ready demo kitchen, and flexible dining and lounge space for pop-up culinary events. With these different yet interconnected functions housed under one roof, Orange Door Kitchen is the ideal setting for makers, professionals, and eaters to create a dynamic and thriving culinary community. Enhanced by delicious small plates, full bar service, and gracious hosts, it makes for a more-than-welcoming space to present intimate music events.
Kickstand Café, Arlington
Kickstand Café in Arlington center is the definition of a community gathering place. Their 100-plus-seat room is just plain friendly, as is their staff. The room is filled to capacity with mismatched, comfortable wooden chairs and tables. They serve great hot and cold beverages and have a fun, affordable menu of “comfort” foods. And they serve all their yummy stuff to our patrons before the show and at the break. There’s a good-sized parking lot in front of the building and street parking is both free and available on weekday evenings. For those of you in Arlington, it’s a nice destination for strolling or pedaling as it is just feet away from the rail trail.