Monthly Archives: February 2015

Last Day to see Flat Earth’s Awesome Terra Nova

Today, Flat Earth Theatre’s production of Terra Nova, written by Ted Tally and directed by Jake Scaltreto, closes. If you are in Boston, and haven’t made plans for this evening, I’d advise you to try and see it (I say … Continue reading

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Inside the Boudoir: Lyric’s Intimate Apparel

Here is my review of the Lyric stage Company of Boston’s production of Intimate Apparel, written by Lynn Nottage, directed by Summer L. Williams. Portraying a slice of American life in 1905, the characters in Nottage’s play struggle to achieve … Continue reading

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“God is Not One”: Stephen Prothero’s Take on Eight Great Religions

Here is my review of BU Professor of Religion Stephen Prothero’s great book. It’s an excellent read for anyone wanting to learn more about Islam, Christianity, Confucianism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Yoruba religion, Judaism, and Daoism, and it offers some views on … Continue reading

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Enjoying a Meal of Bridge Rep’s Fufu and Oreos

I’m so glad I got to see Obehi Janice do her awesome one-woman show at the BCA on Valentine’s Day. Here’s my review of the piece; keep an eye out for this amazing actress in the future.

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Boston Theatre: February 2015 Shows to See

If you are in the mood for some theatre, and require a sampling of shows currently on the boards in Boston, look no further. Check out my post on My Theatre (Boston) to see details on shows from the Huntington … Continue reading

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