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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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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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Theatre Must-See: September 2015

September is here, and as I’m cranking down my AC, I’m cranking up my theatre-viewing. Here are the shows I will be attending and reviewing this month: New Rep Theatre: Broken Glass (Arthur Miller) To celebrate Arthur Miller’s centennial, New … Continue reading

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The Huntington’s “Second Girl”

It may be belated, but here are my thoughts on the Huntington Theater Company’s production of The Second Girl, by Ronan Noone. I enjoyed watching the show, but couldn’t quite put my finger on why I wasn’t dazzled by it. … Continue reading

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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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Huntington Theatre Company: Light Comedy with Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike

Here’s my review of the Huntington production of Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, directed by Jessica Stone. Not knee-slapping funny, but full of some bright performances and plenty of shenanigans. I am starting to be frightened by the … Continue reading

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Boston Theater: Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner

The Huntington Theatre Company has brought a classic film to the stage with their current production of Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner. When Joanna Drayton brings her lovely, older, super successful fiance home to meet the family (FYI: he’s black), … Continue reading

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