Tag Archives: Company One

Theatre Must-See: January 2016

New Rep Theatre: Via Dolorosa (David Hare) David Hare’s 1997 monologue about his visit to Israel and the Palestinian territories is humorous, urgent, and moving. I highly recommend you go see it over at the Arsenal Center for the Arts. … Continue reading

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My Review of Company One’s Dry Land

Here is my review of C1’s season opener, Dry Land, by Ruby Rae Spiegel. A great production of a great new play, touching on lots of hot-button themes.

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Theatre Must-See: October 2015

Company One: Dry Land (Ruby Rae Spiegel) Steven Bogart directs the Boston premier of Spiegel’s play. From C1: A story about abortion, bad jokes, bathing suits, and friendship, DRY LAND, a New York Times critics’ pick, is a brave portrayal … Continue reading

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Boston Theatre: Displaced Hindu Gods Trilogy

On October 25th, I attended the New England premiere of The Displaced Hindu Gods Trilogy, by Aditi Brennan Kapil, staged by Company One at the BCA Plaza Theatres. My  review has been posted on My Entertainment World. Check it out, … Continue reading

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Annie Baker’s “The Flick” out in Paperback

Annie Baker’s work crashed into my life last spring when I reviewed two Boston productions of her work: Boston College’s Circle Mirror Transformation, and the New England premiere of The Flick from Company One. The latter particularly grabbed my attention. … Continue reading

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Just Attended: Greater Boston Theatre Expo 2014

Last Tuesday, I strolled through the South End of Boston heading toward the Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts on Tremont St, pumped to be attending the Greater Boston Theatre Expo. Imagine 50+ theater companies in one really … Continue reading

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Boston NOW: June 2014 Part One

Theater and food trucks and drag queens, oh my! Summertime has hit Boston, and there’s tons to do, people, so snap to it. Here’s what’s happening in June: Huntington Theatre Company: Smart People Huntington Playwrighting Fellow Lydia R. Diamond, author … Continue reading

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Culture Update 2/28/14: Pseudo Science, Trans-Parent, Boston Flick, RuPaul

Lots to cover this week: Whole Foods: Whole Lotta Nonsense? In this provocative Daily Beast article, Michael Schulson points out that while the pseudoscience behind, say, creationism or its more science-kosher avatar intelligent design, is rightly decried by educated liberals … Continue reading

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